Steps Making A MMF Ringtone
Tool Download and install the converters: WavePad and Yamaha SMAF Converter
Step 1 Open an audio file (such as MP3) in WavePad. Let the playing finish or stop the playing. If you don't want to cut your audio, skip steps 2, 3, 4, 5.
The mobile phones support mmf format normally has a 32kb or 40kb size limit, which is about 15-20sec ringtone.
Step 2

Click on the wave pattern at the start position of your ringtone. The start position will be marked by a vertical yellow line.
Go to the Edit Menu and click on "Select to Start". The portion before your start position will be highlighted as blue.
Click "Delete" button to remove the highlighted portion.

Step 3 Click on the wave pattern at the end position of your ringtone.
Go to the Edit Menu and click on "Select to End". The portion after your end position will be highlighted as blue.
Click "Delete" button to remove the highlighted portion.
Step 4 Use your mouse to select (highlight) the last few seconds on the WavePad, Go to the Effects menu and click on "Fade Out".
Step 5 Use your mouse to select (highlight) the first few seconds on the WavePad, Go to the Effects menu and click on "Fade In".
Step 6 Go to the File menu and click on "Save File As ...".
Choose Wave (*.wav) for WAV.
Specify file name and directory, then click "Save" button.
Step 7

Choose CD Quality in the name box, and the format and attributes will be automatically set.
Click "OK" button. A wav file is saved.

Step 8

Start the yamaha mmf program (wscma2u.exe).
Drag your saved wav file over the program.

Step 9

Leave the two boxes checked, and select 4khz.

A MMF file is created in the folder where the wav file is. It's done.
Listen to your ringtone before sending it to your phone.
Download MidRadio player to play mmf on PC/Mac.



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