February 10, 2011 in Music and Recording
[prMac.com] Minneapolis-based Pixel Research Labs released Ringer 1.2.2, their iPhone ringtone creation tool for Mac OS X. Ringer 1.2.2 includes the following changes:
* The ability to save ringtones as .aac or .wav files in addition to the existing choices of .m4r and .m4a files.
* Facebook integration has been added to allow the user to post an update with details about the ringtone they have created.
* Fixed a bug that kept the Save As... menu items from working properly.
* Fixed a small memory leak.
* Added a preference to turn off the notes animation.
Ringer allows users to choose any non-protected file from their iTunes library or any media file on their system that can be opened by QuickTime (MP3, AAC, MOV, MP4, M4V) and turn it into a unique ringtone. Ringer offers many advantages over other programs while remaining the easiest to use:
* Users can see the waveform of both songs and movies
* Users can adjust the scale of the waveform
* Video is previewed while playing or scrubbing a movie
* Ringtones can be saved anywhere without importing into iTunes as either a m4r (ringtone) or m4a (audio) files
With Ringer's built-in waveform editor, precisely select the exact start and end points of a ringtone. Preview it exactly as it will sound on the iPhone. Press the create button, and Ringer will make the ringtone and automatically import it into iTunes where it will be ready to sync to the iPhone.
* (Binary) Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or later
* (Mac App Store) Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later
* 0.4 MB
Ringer is available through the Mac App Store and on the Pixel Research Labs website.
Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Pixel Research Labs is a small, privately held company founded in 2008 by Jon Steinmetz and Erik Steinmetz. Pixel Research Labs focuses exclusively on the Macintosh and iPhone platforms, and devoted to high quality, easy-to-use software with outstanding customer support. Copyright 2008-2011 Pixel Research Labs. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.