How to Make Ringtone from YouTube to iPhone X/8?

Last Updated: January 8, 2018

Yes, you can make ringtone from YouTube videos or music to personalize your iPhone without a penny.

Instead of making a boring beep ringtone, now your iPhone ringtone can be enlivened by adding kinds of YouTube video audiotracks and songs. You used to buy iPhone ringtones in steep price but now you can at no cost make iPhone ringtone from YouTube, a site where millions of interesting and popular music videos are good materials to create iPhone ringtones. How to turn YouTube video to iPhone ringtone? YouTube to ringtone iPhone converter DearMob iPhone Music Manager will walk you through.

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Make Ringtone from YouTube

Professional YouTube to ringtone converter DearMob iPhone Music Manager helps one-click make ringtone from YouTube video and music. Customize your iPhone ringtone and text tone by adding any popular MP3 music and movie audiotrack from YouTube without a penny.

How to Make Ringtone from YouTube?

1. DearMob iPhone Music Manager (Free)
2. iOS Ringtone Maker App (Premium)
3. iTunes (Free but Complicated)

Notice: Ringtone maker apps for iPhone is a direct and convenient way to make ringtone from YouTube with the built-in YouTube video downloader and YouTube to ringtone converter, but they are often premium and advertising. Seldom online ringtone makers can analyze YouTube video and no one can make ringtone from YouTube to iPhone without iTunes. And offline ringtone maker like DearMob iPhone Music Manager is free and can precisely get YouTube video music and convert YouTube to iPhone ringtone in a click.

Method 1. Use YouTube to Ringtone Maker DearMob iPhone Music Manager

Free Download YouTube Videos Music Audiotracks

Download YouTube to iPhone

Step 1. Free download the YouTube video downloader 5KPlayer, install and launch it on your computer.

Step 2. Open YouTube, find the video audiotrack or music clip you want to make ringtone for your iPhone, and then copy the video URL.

Step 3. Click on YouTube icon on the main UI of 5KPlayer and then click "Paste URL & Analyze" to analyze the video.

Step 4. When the analyzing process is done, you are suggested to click Setting preference to choose MP3, M4A or AAC to download. This will help you get the YouTube audio only, but you can do nothing to the Settings if you also need the video.

Step 5. Click Download button and 5KPlayer will automatically download YouTube video to computer.

Make Ringtone from YouTube Video Audio to iPhone

Make Ringtone from YouTube

Step 1. Free download, install and launch the YouTube to ringtone converter DearMob iPhone Music Manager. And then connect your iPhone to computer via USB cable.

Step 2. Click on "Add Music/Add Folder" to add the downloaded YouTube audio to this iPhone ringtone maker, move your mouse to the audio title and then you will see the Make Ringtone option, just click it to access iPhone ringtone making section.

Step 3. Pick a maximal 40 seconds episodes from the audio track and set it as ringtone. Click OK and DearMob iPhone Manager will automatically make ringtone from YouTube audio and sync to your iPhone simultaneously.

Notice. A episode of music under 30s limit length will appear in the "Text Tone" panel for message tone that DearMob iPhone Music is happy to see.

Method 2. Make Ringtone from YouTube via iPhone Ringtone Maker App

iPhone Ringtone Maker

Take Easy Ringtone as an example, it is a great iPhone ringtone maker that can download videos music from YouTube and Soundcloud, and then directly create custom ringtones from the downloaded contents without the need of iTunes. Also, you are allowed to add music to iPhone from music library on computer and then set it as your default ringtone.

Method 3. Make Ringtone from YouTube through iTunes

This is achievable with the premise that you have download YouTube videos to computer with a video downloader like 5KPlayer or from online ringtone sites. Now that you have got your desired music clip from YouTube in method 2, you can use it directly. Worth mentioning, the latest version of iTunes 12.7 has cut the Ringtones function, so you need the older version to convert YouTube to iPhone ringtone in case that iTunes not recognize iPhone happens.

Convert MP3 to M4R Ringtone via iTunes

Step 1. Download and launch iTunes. Please remember that versions between 12.5 and 12.7 are feasible for you to transfer YouTube ringtone to iPhone. And connect your iPhone to iTunes as well.

Step 2. Drag'n drop the YouTube audio MP3 or AAC from computer, right-click the music -> select Get Info -> Options. Then, you can set the range and clip duration at maximum 30s and then click OK.

Step 3. Right click the shortened song and click Create AAC version, then you will immediately see a trimmed track. Just rename the new track in .m4a to m4r by right-clicking it to choose "Show in Finder".

Step 4. Delete the AAC version you created in step 3, then, click Delete Song and Keep File on the popups.

Step 5. Go back to Finder and double-click on your .m4r ringtone file and it will automatically get added to iTunes' ringtone library. Just sync to your iPhone now.

5KPlayer iPhone Manager Make Ringtone from YouTube

Amanda joined DearMob in 2015 and is always happy to share everything about movie, TV shows, music & new tech trends you are interested in. Especially do well in discovering Apple products flaws and providing remedy. Please feel free to contact her for more tech support.

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