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Using this series of images as a boot animation?

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@Brian D ..... Did you mean something like this? The animation (Dancer.zip) is sized to fit the Moto G (720 x 1280) but I had to adjust the sizes for the Gif to fit with XDA ..... The animation also runs a little faster than the Gif ..... Just tap the Gif to see it work..... Usual instructions for the boot animation ..... It's NOT flashable (though I could make it so) just move it to /system/media and rename it to bootanimation.zip
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@Brian D ..... Did you mean something like this? The animation (Dancer.zip) is sized to fit the Moto G (720 x 1280) but I had to adjust the sizes for the Gif to fit with XDA ..... The animation also runs a little faster than the Gif ..... Just tap the Gif to see it work..... Usual instructions for the boot animation ..... It's NOT flashable (though I could make it so) just move it to /system/media and rename it to bootanimation.zip
Perfect. So you used all 34 frames. Guess that would be the only way to do it. I will give it a try. I think it makes for a more interesting boot animation. Thanks
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