There's various software out there. You need to convert the midi
file into MFi format. (and make sure it plays properly on the N, a D503i
MFi file may not play right at all!.....)
I believe Keitai-Edi or Source Next's similar program will do it sort of. (They cost
money and I haven't tried it myself...). I used to use smdEd (a shareware program) but
it never worked with my N503 and the newer versions do not install on my Win 98 or
2000 box so I can't try them out, to see if I find it useful.
To get it to your "handy" either use a cable upload program like Keitai-edi.
Put the mld file onto a web server and access it via i-mode.
(aka http://XXX.YYY.com/my_mld.mld ) or something similar.
If you need a company to handle all the conversions and touching up for you
and are willing to pay I'm available....if I have time. And will be able to make a very
good file. To do a proper conversion you really need a person trying it out and adjusting
Lastly, you can edit your midi file so it can be parsed by one of the many other
converters that are available out there, I believe from Yamaha on their SMAF site.
(but I'm not sure if it supports MFi or not, or even if its available).
I was thinking of starting my own service but it would be so much work and a program
does not work right every time with every file which means ALOT of dissatisfied users.
(not to mention hundreds of other issues).
> I have now already downloaded a midi-sound on my computer..Now.how can I
> get this file to play it as a ringingtone on my N503iS?
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Paul Bryan Lester
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Received on Mon Dec 3 13:50:21 2001