In this video, we learn how to make iPhone ringtones using iTunes on the PC. First, open iTunes and open the song you like. After this, right click and click "create aac". Then, right click and click "get info", then change the start and stop time of the song. Once this is done, right click on the new version and create another aac version. Now, delete the second song and move to recycle bin. After this, right click on the 30 second song and click "show in windows explorer", then press "alt", then "tools" and go to the folder options. Wherever it says "hide extensions for file types", click on that so it's not selected. Now, go to properties and change the file format into ".m4r" and save it, then you can download it to your phone as a ringtone!
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