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Thread: [READ!]iPhone Volume
09-23-2007, 07:07 PM #1[READ!]iPhone Volume
I have the perfect solution!
Do this first;
Compatible with Mac? Idk.. xDD
Download Stock iPhone Sounds
- Open Audacity
- Go to File > Open > Find sound you want to edit and double click
- Click and drag from the beginning to the end of the clip
- Go to Effect > Amplify
- Experiment a little and find a setting.. also playback on your speakers by pressing the green play button to make sure it isnt TO loud.
- Export it as a .wav or .mp3 I believe..
- Open a program that allows you to view the files on your phone
- Go to System > Library > Audio > and upload the file with the correct name =]
[b]IMPORTANT: If you are using iBrickr, you can just save as .wav or .mp3[i think] and go to sounds after you opened iBrickr. Then click on one to upload. This is easier and allows you to upload as almost anything.
READ!: Also, I am not sure if you can upload just through a file directory as .wav or .mp3. I have only used the sounds part of iBrickr which "transcodes" it for you.
Hope this helps =]]]
09-23-2007, 07:10 PM #2
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09-23-2007, 07:12 PM #3
I use the same program to make my own ringtones.. I record.. then amplify and do some fade in and out etc..
It is a nice freee program..
I will make this a guide.. but I need some confirmations about mac programs etc. I am not familiar..
If you have a mac and are willing to help me in trying this..
add me on MSN: [email protected]
09-23-2007, 07:56 PM #4
Available on Windows and OS X. A good, all around, and very free program.
09-23-2007, 07:57 PM #5
Ok, well I will have to change the whole wiki guide I just made.. but thanks for confirming..
What about uploading the sounds?
How did you do that?
Sorry Everybody; Due to this last minute confirmation of the OS X working with it, and not enough information on what they used to upload the sounds and the file they uploaded it in, I will be setting this quide off aside until tomorrow. I got school..
Last edited by Trent J.; 09-23-2007 at 08:00 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
09-23-2007, 08:01 PM #6
09-23-2007, 08:02 PM #7
Well, I am saying.. what are you exporting it as?
.mp3 or .wav?
09-23-2007, 08:04 PM #8
Ahh, sorry, didn't read it that way.
I 'always' export as wave. Uncompressed so that when it gets converted to another format you are not loosing quality or information from two different conversions.
Also, it is a good idea to use iTunes to convert to mono first. Cuts a chunk off the file size and you only have one speaker.
09-23-2007, 08:07 PM #9
and how do you do the convert?
I will include you in my guide =]
09-23-2007, 08:12 PM #10
For the convert, you can probably do it in Audacity, but since everything comes from iTunes for me, I do it there first.
Edit > Preferences > Advanced
Select the Importing tab.
Under Import Using: Choose either MP3 or WAV
- (For MP3, I prefer using 192, but 128 is a bare minimum in my opinion.)
Under Setting: Choose Custom
Under Sample Rate: Choose 44.100 kHz
Under Channels: Choose Mono
Now, exit preferences and go to the song you wish to convert. Simply right click and select Convert Selection to: (File Type Here)
09-23-2007, 08:15 PM #11
Cool thanks =]]
Well, I am making the guide tomorrow, but I will definitely include you..
Thanks for the help!
But as I am 14, I have school tomorrow, so I am off.. bye.
09-23-2007, 08:30 PM #12
doesnt seem to work with macs
09-24-2007, 12:43 AM #13
There shouldn't be any difference. Audacity can amplify the sound if you do it correctly and the files go in the same place, no matter what OS. The only thing the OS has any part of is the file browsing software, since Audacity is on both OSes.