VideoRingtones broadens the capabilities of your phone, enabling it to play video-clips instead of usual audio ringtones. Thanks to highly professional implementation, VideoRingtones is integrated in your system and allows working with video-ringtones in the same way as with usual ringtones. This means that you can set a video-ringtone depending on used profile or assign it to a contact through system Contacts application.
VideoRingtones can use any video format supported by your phone (3gpp, mp4, DRM protected). You can also record a video clip with your phone's camera and use this clip as video-ringtone.
How to start:
To change a usual ringtone for a video-ringtone, you have to perform the following steps:
After creating and setting the video-ringtone, your video-clip will play on incoming calls for the assigned contact/group/profile.
With help of the options in Settings dialog you can set up the view of video-ringtone. This dialog offers the following options:videoringtones1.gif;Settings;
Every video-ringtone can have personalized view settings or use general settings by default.
VideoRingtone Editor for Windows:
The freeware application VideoRingtone Editor enables you to create and edit video-ringtones on your PC. You can download VideoRingtone Editor here.
VideoRingtone Editor User Manual:
Download and install the package containing the VRTEditor application and the MakeVRT tool allowing to create videoringtones from command line. The VideoRingtone Editor application allows creating and editing videoringtones, as well as making sis files (installation file for Symbian OS). A videoringtone may consist of a video file in mp4 or 3gpp formats and an optional sound file in amr, aac, awb or wav formats.
With VRTEditor you can set the look of the videoringtone, for this use "Custom look and feel" option and set the desired options for videoringtone look.
With MakeVRT command line program you can create sis files.
Usage: MakeVRT VideoFileName [[SoundFileName] DestinationFolder]
Please note: This software is discontinued.