Create and customize iPhone ringtones on Mac
This Mac iPhone ringtone maker allows you to convert all popular video/audio files to M4R as ringtones for your iPhone with precise trimming and multiple output styles. Get it now to make personalized iPhone ringtones!
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 , 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10 and 10.11 (El Capitan)
Support Various Formats
It supports a wide variety of regular video/audio formats, including AVI, MP4, WMV, MOV, FLV, WMA, MP3 and more, which means you can turn any video/audio files to an iPhone ringtone.
Create Customized iPhone Ringtones
There is a built-in video editor which lets you freely cut the video/audio clip so as to get the part you want. Preview to make sure it's the exact part you need before starting creating the ringtone.
This is a quick start user guide on how to make customized ringtones for iPhone on Mac OS X (including El Capitan).
1Add video/audio files
You can either click on "Add Files" or directly drag video/audio files to the Resource area.
Select a video/audio, control-click it and choose "Edit" to set the start and end time so as to get the very part you want. You can either drag the slider to select the part or set the time manually. Real-time preview is available to make sure everything goes well as you like.
Click the small icon beside a the video/audio to and select "M4R" as the output formats. Then click "Convert" to make your iPhone ringtones.