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[BOOTANIMATION][14.05.2011] TechBoot v1.0 | Simple and Clean!

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14th May 2011, 03:08 PM   |  #1  
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Simple and Clean Technical Bootanimation

I was getting sick and tired of the default "S", so I created a new bootanimation with a clean and simple concept while still stylish and technical. I call it "TechBoot" and I wanted to share it with the community.

Information about the animation:

I used several different programs to create the animation. For graphics and mock-ups the program used was Adobe Photoshop. For motion and effects I used Adobe After Effects. These programs made it easy to compose a High Quality animation. The bootanimations are in a zip archive format and are compatible with any kernel that supports "bootanimation.zip".

*Feedback is much appreciated and suggestions to future releases will be met by gratitude.

Changelog:
Quote:

Version 1.0 | [14.05.2011]

  • Initial Release
  • Two variations
  • Three resolutions for the first variation
  • Only "bootanimation.zip" supplied

Installation:
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I take no responsibility for anything that you do to your phone!

Method 1: (Recommended)

  1. Download any "bootanimation.zip"
  2. Move zip to sdcard
  3. Enter any rooted file manager (ex. Root Explorer)
  4. Navigate either to "/system/media", "/data/local" or kernel specific bootanimation location
  5. Backup any previous "bootanimation.zip"
  6. Navigate to downloaded "bootanimation.zip"
  7. Copy to either "/system/media", "/data/local" or kernel specific bootanimation location (might need to be remounted RW)

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Screenshots:


Variation One



Variation Two


Attached Files
File Type: zip bootanimation_hq_v1.zip - [Click for QR Code] (4.95 MB, 2141 views)
File Type: zip bootanimation_mq_v1.zip - [Click for QR Code] (3.17 MB, 479 views)
File Type: zip bootanimation_lq_v1.zip - [Click for QR Code] (2.76 MB, 303 views)
File Type: zip bootanimation_v2.zip - [Click for QR Code] (2.76 MB, 1027 views)
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14th May 2011, 05:22 PM   |  #2  
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Good!!!
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Wink like your work
downloading now...... looks smooth
15th May 2011, 02:08 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks for the feedback. Next project I will take on will probably be dynamic options for the TW4 launcher.
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Love the first one in HQ. :) Thank you
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Nice work. Where did you get the android font please?

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hi dear , i have galaxy s i9000 runing 2.3.4 gingerbread
i want to ask about boot animation , i know how to make the zip file which contain part0 file and part1 file and desc.txt , i want to know how to create the images which was in both files (1&0) , is there is soft ware to do that or its video converted to images then added to part0 and part1 files ( i mean the series of images and the animation on it how we wil do it ) please help me and tell me the secret , i searched on net the olny i found how to do the zip file which i know it , no body explane how to fabricates the images it self,
thanks in advanced
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They ate just PNG images. Either convert video into frames or create your own animation. After effects is good.

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Perfect on my JVQ based rom with Dark Core v2.9 kernel
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coooooool

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