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musicmanbrian 11-18-2010 06:30 PM

Using The Brinked.com Ringtone Maker
 
Step by Step guide to creating your own ringtones from files on your computer or with YouTube.com Videos.

1.) Register an Account

2.) Navigate to the Ringtone Maker

3.) This step will vary depending on how you want to create your ringtone.

If you want to create a free ringtone from an audio file, see 3.a)

If you want to make a free ringtone from a YouTube video, see 3.b)

3.a) Click browse and navigate to the file you want to use. After you have found the file you want to use, click Ok and then "Upload"


3.b) Copy the url (example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTAAsCNK7RA ) and paste into the YouTube Video Url field.

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4.) Fill in the ringtone details - Category, Song, Artist, and Description. Please try to be as accurate as possible.


5.) Click and move the dark blue area to select the part of the song you want your ringtone to be. Ringtones cannot be full songs, only a 30 seconds or less portion of the song.

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6.) Choose if you want the ringtone to Fade In or Fade Out.

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7.) Click Create Ringtone

8.) Select "Agree that this is not copyrighted material"

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9.) Email your ringtone to your phone as an attachment. See this thread for a guide to sending ringtones to your cellphone.

10.) Share your new ringtone with your friends!

Enjoy.

drumfreek124 05-02-2011 10:30 PM

At&t
 
I dont have an IPhone, I just have a samsung slide. AT&T. NOTHING gets sent to my phone. Everytime I make a ringtone, it says,"not available." This is really annoying..

musicmanbrian 05-03-2011 05:13 PM

brinked
 
We updated our blog, see this post: How To Create Your Own Custom Ringtones

musicmanbrian 06-07-2011 07:39 PM

hey drumfreek, I completely missed where you responded to this thread.

I would suggest going with a different method of sending the ringtones to your phone - USB to phone cables are the easiest, most reliable way. They cost about $10-$15 online. Make sure you get the right cable though.


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