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Pixel Research Labs Introduces Ringer 1.0

Pixel Research Labs Introduces Ringer 1.0

Posted June 16, 2009 at 7:44am by iClarified · 5214 views
Pixel Research Labs has introduced Ringer 1.0, a new iPhone ringtone creation and editing tool for Mac OS X. Ringer sports a modern, clear, easy-to-use interface and is a perfect complement to the iPhone. There is no limit to the number of ringtones that can be made with Ringer; iPhone owners may create, sync and enjoy as many custom ringtones as they wish.

Users may 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. 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.

Among Ringer's many features is its ability to fade the sound at the beginning and end of the ringtone, as well as control the amount of silence between rings. Ringer also supports auto-volume balancing, which prevents ringtones from being too loud or too soft.

Feature Highlights:
* Supports any media file that can be opened by QuickTime (MP3, AAC, MOV, MP4, M4V, among others)
* Quickly change the beginning and ending of the ringtone
* Control fade in and fade out
* Change the gap between rings
* Auto volume balance

Pricing and Availability:
Ringer 1.0 is priced at $15.00 (USD) and fully functional. Until Ringer is licensed, an audio watermark will be added to the beginning of any ringtones created.


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Nick
Nick - June 16, 2009 at 9:56am
Nice! I don't even mind paying the $15 if it's going to cut my time down when I want to create ringtones.
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