Maker iPhone Ringtone on Mac - iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac
iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac is professional but easy-to-use iPhone ringtone maker specially designed for Mac users to make their unique iPhone ringtones. This iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac can convert all the popular video and audio formats such as AVI, MPEG, WMV, MP4, FLV, MKV, H.264/MPEG-4, DivX, XviD, MOV, RM, RMVB, MP3, WMA, AAC to iPhone ringtone M4R.
iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac allows you to trim any clip from the source video or audio file exactly. You can also set output video or audio settings to get the most satisfied output video or audio.
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Why Choose iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac
iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac can help Mac users to make their unique iPhone ringtones from all popular video and audio formats easily.
iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac supports all kinds of iPhone products.
iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac provides high conversion speed and excellent conversion quality.
How to Make iPhone Ringtones on Mac
Notice: This step-by-step guide is just for Mac users.
Step 1: Download iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac and install it.
Step 2: Run it and import the file from which you want to make your iPhone ringtone.
Step 3: Click button to listen the music to find the segment that you want to use as ringtone. Then drag and click the start & end slider to set your wanted segment.
Step 4: Click to pre-listen the converted audio before generating.
Step 5: Choose the output destination by clicking Browse button.
Step 6: Check Export to iPhone option, the converted ringtone will be loaded to your iPhone directly.
Step 7: After all the settings are finished, click button to begin making your own iPhone ringtone.
It's so easy to make unique ringtones for iPhone on Mac. What are you waiting for? Come on to free download iPhone Ringtone Maker for Mac.
Processor: PowerPC® G4/G5 or Intel® processor
OS Supported: Mac OS X v10.4 - 10.5
Hardware Requirements: 512MB RAM, Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher