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[BOOTANIMATION] Nexus 5 Bootanimations Collection

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By androcraze, Senior Member on 21st June 2014, 06:14 AM
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Again, I'm betting that your ROM likes smaller frames. ImageMagick is your friend. Extract all to a folder. My command line is under Linux; Windoze commands will be slightly different:

Code:
cd folder/part0

mogrify -define png:format=PNG32 -scale 720x1280 -format png +repage *.jpg
Remove the old images:

Code:
rm *.jpg
Let's save the frames as jpg again. I like doing this as an extra step, to help control the file size. The originals were all over 160kb. Let's target about 100kb as a max. Starting at 95% quality and working down in increments of 5, 85% gives a file size of 102kb:

Code:
mogrify -format jpg -quality 85 +repage *.png
Let's remove the old png files:

Code:
rm *.png
cd ..
Edit the desc.txt to:

Code:
1080 1920 15
p 0 0 part0
I set all files (not folders) to 644 (rw, r, r):

Code:
chmod -R 644 part0/
chmod 644 desc.txt
Finally, I zip the works together (while in the folder containing folder part0/ and desc.txt):

Code:
zip -0 -r bootanimation.zip *
Done. Copy the thing to the N5, put in /system/media/, and change the permissions to 644.


Easy, right?


....Or you can just download and manually install my version:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/nh...tanimation.zip

Wow, that's a hell of a lot of info, thank you! This would be a good start for me. Really appreciate your time and info.
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