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iSkysoft iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac getting started
Last Revised: 2013-04-01 17:41:33
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Get everything prepared
Make sure your iSkysoft iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac is well installed: After expanding the .dmg file, double-click MacFUSE to install it, and then drag the iSkysoft iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac icon into the Applications folder or onto the Desktop.
Important: You should finishes these two steps as the guidance indicates in the installation dialog box, or the application won’t be able to connect to your iPhone.
1. Load files
There are three methods to import raw audios.
1.1. Load local files
Load files from the iTunes list, which is in sync with the iTunes on your Mac. Or you can drag a file directly to the interface or click the Open File button to import.
1.2. Record sound clips
Or you can record sound and make it into ringtones.
Click Recorder on launch or the Record button on the Toolbar to record sound.
In the recorder, click the Record button to start recording sound, and click it again to stop. Click the Play button to preview the sound. Click the Import button to import the recorded sound clip to the editing interface.
1.3. Groove Box
The third way is to use the Groove Box. It is a sound reverberator. You can compose melodies manually or let the application generate for you.
Then it will shift to the editing interface. The editing interface is as below.
The file is displayed as waveform. Adjust the highlighted section to define which part of the audio you want to make into ringtone. You can click the Play button to listen to the whole audio and click the Preview button to listen to selected section.
You can add fade-in and fade-out effect to the ringtone. Select Sound Fade in/Sound Fade out and select the fading duration.
Tip: You can load video files and the Ringtone Maker will rip the audio into the Waveform pane. You can click the Preview switch to unfold the built-in Video preview player and preview the video for better locating of the sound.
When you finish the editing, you can save the ringtone or transfer it to iTunes or iPhone directly.
Click Save as on the File menu and you can save the ringtone as an .m4r file on your Mac.
Click the Start button to proceed with the making. The output will be added to iTunes automatically when the progress is finished and iTunes will be launched automatically, playing the saved ringtone. Then you can transfer the ringtone via iTunes, or click Manager on the Ringtone Maker interface to transfer it.
Tip: Select the Transfer to iPhone check box under the Start button, and the ringtone will be transferred to your iPhone directly after it is made.
Important: If you want to transfer a ringtone longer than 40 seconds to iPhone, you must select Transfer to iPhone before clicking Start or use the Manager to transfer. Do not transfer it via iTunes, for the newer version of iTunes can load ringtones longer than 40 seconds, though, it won’t allow them to be transferred.
After transference, go to your iPhone and apply the new ringtone. You will find that you can get rid of the 40-second restriction.
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