PocketMac RingtoneStudio for iPhone – No Jailbreaking Required

RingtoneSudio PocketMac RingtoneStudio for iPhone is an application that allows you to create ringtones for your iPhone from a variety of multimedia files. You are able to create ringtones from sound affects, QuickTime videos, Mac friendly movie files and unprotected iTunes music files. One nice thing about PocketMac RingtoneStudio for iPhone is that it is available to everyone with an iPhone…no jailbreaking required.

It is a program that you download to your computer, it creates ringtones and then you sync them to your iPhone via iTunes (see demo video and screenshots below). What is really nice about this application is the ability to customize your ringtones. If the multimedia file is longer than 30 seconds, you are easily able to choose the exact 30 second clip that you would like as your ringtone. If the file is shorter than 30 seconds, it will automatically convert the file into a ringtone for you. The application costs $14.95 USD. For more information head over to their website.

System Requirements:
Mac OS X 10.4 (“Tiger”) Or Mac OS X 10.5 (“Leopard”)
10MB Of Disk Free Space
(I wish I could test it out for you guys…anyone have a Mac to donate?)

Demo Video:
Watch “PocketMac RingtoneStudio for iPhone” on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

Full Press Release

For Release On Or After:
July 1, 2008

New Software Empowers iPhone Users To Turn Almost Any Media File
Into Ringtones

San Diego, CA–July 1, 2008–Information Appliance Associates,
creators of industry-leading connectivity solutions, announces the
release of the PocketMac® RingtoneStudio for iPhone, a new tool that
gives iPhone users the power to convert almost any media file on
their Macs into a ringtone.

“We’re incredibly excited,” said Terence Goggin, CTO of
Information Appliance Associates. “The iPhone is great, and as more
people are using it, they want to expand the variety of ringtones
they can use on their iPhone. But it was either too expensive or too
difficult to do on their own. That’s where this software comes in.”

PocketMac RingtoneStudio works with sound files, iTunes tracks
you own, and any Mac-friendly movie formats to produce ringtones that
can then be automatically synched to an iPhone.

One of the many powerful features of PocketMac RingtoneStudio is
EditingBay, which allows users to select exactly which 30 seconds
they want to use at their ringtone.

Goggin added, “With the EditingBay feature, customers can select
whatever 30 seconds they want from the movies and music files.
Literally any 30 seconds from each file. The 30 seconds from the
beginning, the 30 seconds smack dab in the middle, or somewhere
towards the end. It’s visual, simple and completely up to the
customer what they want to choose.”

PocketMac RingtoneStudio works on OS 10.4.x and 10.5.x (Tiger and
Leopard) and retails for $14.95.

“This opens up an entirely new world of source material for
iPhone users looking to create custom ringtones. Using the powerful
but easy- to-use editing features of PocketMac Ringtone Studio,
iPhone users can now select up to 30 seconds from any of their
favorite music, movies or iTunes files, and easily make them into
ringtones,” Goggin continued. “This opens up new possibilities for
iPhone users.”

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  1. i use garageband but for people with out it i recomend this site: http://www.myxertones.com/make/

    they offer a link to download the iPhone type file now =p
    u can also search for pre-made ringtones to =p

  2. there is iPhoneRingtoneMaker for Windows…and even Ringtones for the iPhone itself…you probably already know that though.

  3. all i do is open any mp3 file into garageband(i use a mac) and then do exactly what you would do using itunes when you buy an mp3, except my way is free. anyone with a mac can do it.

    • sorry i meant to say “and then you do exactly what you would do using itunes when you buy a RINGTONE”

  4. winzayer says

    why don’t they show a video, of a video ringtone that is in use when someone calls the phone? i think that would be informational….to see the end result.

  5. There is also http://iphoneringttones.squarespace.com/ that syndicates ring tones to your iPhone for Mac and PC.

  6. what about PC ?

  7. What about the pc? can you please email me. i have a cool widget for your website to show you. Thanks, Jeffrey

  8. To who actually read the Terms of use.. this site mentions that they can and will send you text messages to your phone after you give them your number… and that you have to untext out of their database… but by then who knows who they gave your number too… BEWARE>>>

    Just though i would share that with you all..

  9. Just go to zedge.net. They can make free ringtone.

  10. iRinger is by far the simplest and best free ringtone maker.

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