I recently bought a projector to watch movies outside on the"big screen". When I was searching for what to buy there wasn't a really any readily available helpful information on what to buy if you didn't have at least a thousand dollars to spend. So this is for those of you out there that have a tight budget.
First understand a couple of things. One, it doesn't matter how much you spend, to get peak performance out of your projector it has to be as dark as possible.
Ok so you now should have Audacity and LameDropXPD downloaded.
So first open Audacity. Go to file then click open and select the track you want to edit into a ring tone. Play the track until you get to the part that you want. Press stop. highlight the part to be deleted by holding down the left mouse button. Go to edit then delete. Play the track once more to make sure that you go it right before you delete the other end of the audio you want as you can still perform the
First download this:http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ It's a free audio editing program. I haven't really played with this all that much to see it's true capabilities but it's easy and suits my purpose. In addition to editing it also records anything that is being played through your sound card. So you can rip tracks from myspace, youtube or video from your computer or dvd.
Second: download this:http://lamedropxpd.uptodown.com/en/ It's a drag and drop mp3 encoder. This is required
Download this http://www.nchsoftware.com/prism/
1. Select your output format. I used 3gp because I was having problems when I was trying to figure things out. MPEG-4 will probably also work for most phones.
2. Click the encoder options button. I set the video compressor for H263. I set the average bitrate for 150 and the maximum at 170 with a resolution of 176x144. I set the audio as AMR 10.2.
3. Click the edit output button. Select the shrink