Most modern cell phones support custom ringtones, googling/yahooing up “ringtones” keyword and you’ll get tons of sites that will charge you a few bucks per tone. Ever thought you can make your own ringtones using your favorite songs/audio files? Even choosing your favorite parts of your favorite songs/audio files instead of getting the fixed ringtones which you may not like that much?
Here I’d like to walk you through the process of creating your own MP3, MP4 and WAV ringtones from your own music collections without paying a penny using WavePad, which you can use for free.
For some reasons I lost my handycam’s accessories and even the software, and I asked around for help on import videos recorded on Sony DCR HC40, and I did googling/yahooing for the helps and even http://esupport.sony.com, not much luck. After chatting with one of my friends and he sugguests me to buy a USB from Frys’. Finally I bought a USB Digital Audio/Video Cable, however, there are still many steps left for me to figure out on how to get my videos out from the camcorder. After some hours of search, here is how I get it work with Windows Movie Maker on Windows XP: Continue reading