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c0rd0va
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Anyone know of any good programs? Thanks!
Sunday, 08-13-2006 at 11:29:17 PM ET
aCone
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I would really enjoy an answer to this as well.
Thursday, 08-17-2006 at 11:35:28 PM ET
pooo
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Someone posted this site http://media-convert.com/

I think it looks shady, but others have claimed it works.
Tuesday, 11-07-2006 at 10:51:34 AM ET
hsjk1
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Figured this out a while ago, but I will repost it for you guys.

First you want to create a 30 second clip just like the tutorial suggests, I use Audacity, which you can download for free. When you are making you audio file you want to make your output sound really loud so you will be able to hear the ring, but too high and it will distort the sound. You will just have to play around with it.

Export your file, if you use Audacity, you can choose either wav or mp3, it doesn't matter.

Once you have you file open it in iTunes. Go to your preferences under the FIle heading, hit the advanced tab, and click importing. Change the Import Using to AIFF encoder and hit okay. Cick the track you want to convert, and click the Advanced heading and you will see Convert Selection to AIFF.

Then open this file in PureVoice, another free download that runs on OS 9, so I save up a bunch of files and do them at the same time.

Once you have opened your file, you will want to resave it, but make sure to save it as a purevoice file (.qcp)

Now all you have to do is upload it and you are good.

If you got any more questions just post.
Wednesday, 11-08-2006 at 11:38:23 PM ET
tutaria
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On a Mac, you can actually just use Garageband, which comes on most Apple computers. It can easily edit Midis and most mp3s. Once you've finished editing down your ringtone, export to iTunes, and it will save in your user's iTunes music folder, under your username. Then upload your file (an .aiff file) to media-convert.com, where you can convert it to a .qcp, which you can upload here.
Wednesday, 02-07-2007 at 07:01:53 PM ET
justhat1girl
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I can't get PureVoice on my Mac, so I tried using the media convert, but what application do I use to download the .qcp file so I can upload it on here? That or does anyone have any other suggestions?
Thursday, 05-17-2007 at 11:24:35 AM ET
pooo
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I think this place, http://media-convert.com/ will let mac users make qcp ringtones.
Thursday, 07-05-2007 at 10:50:31 AM ET
jason
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That's the story. I haven't ever used it, lots of ads and things on the page flashing at me and whatnot.
Wednesday, 08-22-2007 at 07:16:42 PM ET
ringtones
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Oh, I understand the question above. No, you don't download media convert, the website converts the files, you just upload the file, then select qcp as the output.
Monday, 08-27-2007 at 01:51:46 PM ET
guitardub
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That site is good for Unix users too.
Friday, 01-23-2009 at 12:21:44 AM ET

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