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[GUIDE][TUT]make/Port any bootanimation..USING VIDEO/FRAMES

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14th October 2013, 08:01 AM   |  #1  
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make/Port any boot animation
USING VIDEO/FRAMES

Firstly download these:-

1.Boot animation creator.(the main desc.txt file creator{software by despotovski01})
2.Image Resizer.(it resize your images)
3.Video pad editor.(it converts your video in image frames)
{NOTE:- THESE ALL SOFTWARE ARE FREE, NOTHING ILLEGAL 'OR' AGAINST XDA TERMS }

MAKING NEW BOOTANIMS
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1. Install the Video pad editor, it is bundle software………….. open PhotoStage Slideshow Producer(avaliable in that bundle)


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2. Open it.

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3. Click on add media and select your video your choice(Here I m using wheelie Fire)


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4. Select your video in media List panel


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5. Then select ADD TO SHOW.

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6. By this your video is added

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7. Now click on QUICK CREATE (the magic wand button on top).


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8. See the setting and press EXPORT NOW.

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9. A dialog box now appears click “Add to Sequence end”.

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10. In resolution use custom(240X320).


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11. Press OK

Congratulation your video frame created……..


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1. Open bootanimation creator(download link ^ up).


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2. Click next


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3. click Choose Folder(make sure ur frame is in a folder like rootfolder>frame folder>frame file pics. In root folder there should not be any other file except the frame folder like in next screen shot)


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4. Now select the folder (rootfolder, in which the frame folder exist)

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5. Click next


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6. Now its step.2 select add loop>select movie1(folder name it sholud be 1 or more) in dropbox list>set loop matter to you.

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7. Click next save you boot anim…..

(more info click here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0#post27221250)
Your boot anim created…

PORTING BOOTANIMS
If your bootanim is not your device compability use this like in screen shot u can see pic is larger…

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1. Install the image resizer(download link ^ up).

Open the folder of bootanim and select all then right click select Resize Pictures.

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2. Select custom in radio button, in droplistbox select stretch to then enter resolution(i.e.240X320) pic13….

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3. Click resize.

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4. Then delete the larger resolution pic

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5. After that all pic are in 240X320

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6. Open bootanimation creator(download link ^ up).


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7. Click next

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1. Open bootanimation creator(download link ^ up).


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2. Click next


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3. click Choose Folder(make sure ur frame is in a folder like rootfolder>frame folder>frame file pics. In root folder there should not be any other file except the frame folder like in next screen shot)


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4. Now select the folder (rootfolder, in which the frame folder exist)

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5. Click next


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6. Now its step.2 select add loop>select movie1(folder name it sholud be 1 or more) in dropbox list>set loop matter to you.

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7. Click next save you boot anim…..

(more info click here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0#post27221250)
Your boot anim created…
BOOT ANIM PORTED…..

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18th October 2013, 05:30 AM   |  #3  
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Nice guide.. I own a legacy phone.. which is MDPI .. most of the times when we build new ROMs for our device from source.. the bootanimation is prebuilt and the bootanim is for hdpi or higher.. most of the times.. so I think this will help us a lot !! Thanks
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Will it work on 32-bit pc ?

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it will work on all pc(windows machine) and thanks you all
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how do i now make it work on my phone? using gt-i9100 android 4.4
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I knew this was possible and heard of it done. Just never attempted it. Thanks for making my research a bit shorter
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Now that I have a valid bootanimaion.zip file that works if I place it in /system/media, is it possible to somehow make it so that I can easily install it by flashing it via TWRP? Manually copying the file over and setting the correct permissions can get tedious when flashing new nightlies on a nearly daily basis..
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Originally Posted by synt3k

Now that I have a valid bootanimaion.zip file that works if I place it in /system/media, is it possible to somehow make it so that I can easily install it by flashing it via TWRP? Manually copying the file over and setting the correct permissions can get tedious when flashing new nightlies on a nearly daily basis..

Correct, you can create a flashable.zip quite easily to be flashed either phone specific or to nearly any phone with the same screen size (or different size but it may look terrible)


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