[vip_students] Re: IPhone:Creating and adding your own ring tones!

Hi Paul,

This is great, can't wait to try it!

Do you know how to stop Voice Over speaking the caller ID each time the iPhone 
rings? I would like if I could choose by touching the screen to have the ID 
spoken.




Best wishes,

Tony

Via iPhone

On 4 Jul 2011, at 10:04, "\(NCBI\) Paul Traynor" <paul.traynor@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> 
> Creating And Adding Your Own Ring Tones
> You can create and add your own ring tones using ITunes as follows
> 1Open iTunes.
> Notes: If ITunes doesn't open automatically and  you need to launch it, you
> can do so from the ITunes link on your desktop just press enter key on it.
> 
> 2Find the song that you want to make into a ringtone.
> Notes: Tab over to the list of existing songs or general music within the
> music section of ITunes and make your selection.
> 
> 3Listen to the song and find the part of it you want to use. The chorus may
> be a good place to start.
> 
> 4Write down the start and stop times of the clip.
> 
> 5Right-click the song or use the application key to open up the context menu
> and select "Get Info." With the down arrow, pressing enter key to activate
> it.
> 
> 6  In the more info section, tab key over  and hit spacebar and Click the
> "Options" tab.
> 
> 7 In Options tab tab key over to where it asks you to  Type in the start
> time of your ringtone in the text box next to "Start Time" in the
> minutes:seconds (i.e., 2:01) format.
> 
> 8 Tab key once more and  Type in the end time of your ringtone in the text
> box next to "Stop Time." Make sure the ringtone is no more than 40 seconds
> long.
> 
> 9 Next tab key over to the "OK." Button and press spacebar.
> 
> 10 For the next step, Right-click or press application key on   your song
> again and select "Convert Selection to AAC by pressing the enter key." 
> Notes:Wait for iTunes to convert your song. It will create a duplicate
> version usually just beneath the original song.
> 
> 11 Right-click or press the application key  on the ringtone and select
> "Delete" using the arrow keys followed by the enter key.
> 
> 12Click or use the spacebar  on the "Keep Files" button.
> 
> 13 In this step we need to locate the file we just created, It's usually in
> your User folder under "Music > iTunes > iTunes Music" and under the band's
> name. It will have an extension of m4a.
> Notes: In Windows it might be stored in; c:\users\user name\music\itunes
> 
> 14Replace the m4a extension of your ringtone with m4r. You can either press
> the F2 key to rename your file on a windows machine, or press keys,
> "control, shift, command + letter M" and select "Get Info" on a Mac.
> 
> 15Click "Use .m4r" or the PC equivalent when the system warns you that the
> change may affect the use of your file.
> 
> 16Double-click the ringtone file. ITunes will automatically add it to your
> ringtones folder in your iTunes Music Library.
> 
> 17Connect your iPhone and sync your ringtones..
> 
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