iPhone ringtone costs more than the real song version of it. Man, that sucks! Here’s how to create one from your favorite MP3.
- Open iTunes
- Find the song you want to convert.
- Find the part you want to use as ringtone. Ringtone has a limit of 40 seconds. You can start from chorus or beats if you want. Note the start and end time.
- Right click the song, and click on the Get Info
- Select the Options tab and check the Start and End time
- Type in the start and end time. Must be less than or equal to 40 seconds.
- Click OK
- Right click the song and click on Create AAC Version.
- iTunes will create another song (your ringtone) that has 40 seconds playable time.
- Right click that song, and click on the Get Info
- Right click on the path of the file, and click on Show in Windows Explorer if you are using Windows.
- If you are using Mac, open the file folder until you find that song. Use the path as your guide.
- Rename that song from *.m4a to *.m4r file extension.
- Double click on the renamed file sound to import it to iTunes as a ringtone.