if this just isn't enough, the MP3 to Ringtone Gold works
as a ripper and audio file converter as well: you can
easily rip the contents of an audio CD to a location of
your choice on your HDD, in MP3 format. Besides this operation,
you can change MP3 to WAV and vice-versa, as well as re-encode
the MP3 files at lower quality so they will not occupy
much space on mobiles with no extension memory cards.
Nice thing that the producers of the MP3 to Ringtone Gold
gave a thought to people who do not have very much room
in their handhelds but still want MP3 ringtones!
the generic work-parameters of the MP3 to Ringtone Gold
is a much easier thing than you (and even I) have been
expecting: the Options menu pops up a new window in
which are the few tweakable things for both MP3 and
WAV formats. I guess it's futile to explain you how
to use checkboxes and sliders, drop menus and the OK
button :). Nevertheless, I'll add that you can easily
opt for mono, joint or stereo output at a multitude
of MPEG qualities form which I'll name only the “insane”,
“studio” and “voice” ones.
you can produce ringtones with samplerates between 8
and 48 kHz and bitrates ranging from 8kbit/s up to 320kbit/s;
you can re-scale the volume enveloped for both channels
independently or linked and manually set the quality
of VBR files. The WAV files have all traditional controls
(8-16 bits, 8-48kHz) while the AMR has also numerous
settings for quality.
30 dollars the producers of MP3 to Ringtone Gold ask
for registering this program may seem a bit of a high
price but think about how much would a ringtone made
by other people costs in your favorite online store,
divide the MP3 to Ringtone Gold's price and see how
many ringtones you can get; and then think that with
MP3 to Ringtone Gold, you pay just once and then you
can produce millions of such files, even get to become
a ringtone seller, who could tell..