Ringtone Creator is a multiplatform engine for the conversion of cell phone ringtones. It can run as a standalone application, convert ringtones on the fly, or even be integrated into your own development projects.
Ringtone Creator supports all of the widely available ringtone formats: SP-MIDI, MIDI, SMAF MA-1, MA-2, MA-3, SMAF Phrases, Nokia, IMelody, RTTTL, Motorola, EMelody, Sagem monophonic and polyphonic, WAVE, MP3, and AMR.
Ringtone Creator features sophisticated algorithms which provide excellent results, compensating for the drawbacks of simpler ringtone formats and overcoming the problem with decreased quality which often results from ringtone conversion. Ringtone Creator is even capable of loading damaged files, which have corrupted structures and/or contents.
For a simple PC (P3, 1 GHz) the speed of conversion is about 80-100 ringtones per second (Production License version only, note-based formats, duration less than 30 seconds). However, it processes large files with a speed sufficient to serve any number of concurrent users.
Ringtone Creator offers a number of advanced processing features which allow you to remove segments from ringtones, reduce polyphony or increase a ringtone's compatibility with certain phones. Wouldn't you love to be able to reduce a ringtone's size without negatively impacting its quality? Ringtone Creator to the rescue! Numerous other advanced features are available to accomplish the most ambitious tasks with speed and quality!
The Ringtone Creator conversion engine can easily be integrated into any development project, written in any programming language by utilizing the Ringtone Creator conversion server, an adjunct component of Ringtone Creator.
The proof is in the details.
- Ringtone Creator is in use by over 450 content providers, with over 100 of these using our conversion services on a regular basis.
- Over 1 million cell phones each month are updated with Ringtone Creator processed ringtones!
Limitations in downloadable version:
Resulting ringtones are truncated to 10 seconds