The ringtone for any mobile phone are easily available on various sites on the web. You can choose any of your favorite site or search in Google to find free ringtones sites. The sites like Zedge, Mobiles24, Phonezoo offers various ringtones download uploaded by users for free. Almost all the ringtones are available in those sites but there might be some audio or video which you want to make it as a customized ringtones. When you want an audio to be customized and used as ringtones its easy but when you have video you should extract audio from it and then proceed with the needful cuttings of the audio frames.
In this article we will go through very simple way to make a ringtone for your phone for the YouTube video which you have liked.
Convert YouTube Video to Mp3 File
As I said you, your primary step is to download the video from YouTube first and then convert it to audio file. As mp3 format is very popular, we will be going through the procedure on how to convert your YouTube video to mp3 file directly and to do so follow the below procedure –
On your PC, you need to browse to YouTube and then choose the video file that you wanted to convert. There is no particular requirement on which video will work, so you can choose any video, I am sure you must be having one in your mind.
After that you need to copy the YouTube video URL and paste it on the site Video2mp3.net, either open in your phone browser on your PC. As the name of this site itself indicates it does the work of converting your video link that you have provided into the output mp3 file. Click on “Convert” to get started.
The process will take that certain amount of time to convert and once it’s done, you will see “Click here to download your converted file” it will then download the mp3 in your hard drive.After then you have the mp3 files, you may want it to cut trim and edit certain segment of your audio to may want to remove. You can make use of Sony Sound Forge or Audacity software’s to edit and trim your YouTube downloaded audio. Audacity in particular is a free open source platform for editing audio files.
Using Mp3 as your Android Ringtone
Once you have finished editing your mp3 file, you are now ready to use that ringtone but to use it on your Android phone, you need to copy it your phone’s SD card storage or the internal memory can also work fine.
Here are the final steps of doing it so –
- Connect your phone to your PC
- Now create a folder by name ‘ringtone’ in the root of your directory on the SD card.
- Copy the YouTube audio that you have created earlier into the ringtone folder of your phone.
- Now set your Android phone to be used as mp3 file as its ringtone. Also change the ringtone by going through the Setting tab under the Menu option and then following the Sound Settings.
- When you are in the Sound Settings, tap on to ‘Phone ringtone‘ (settings is nearly similar for all the Android phones) and select the ringtone.
That is how you can set your ringtones on your phone.