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[Guide][Noobs]How to convert bootanimation.zip to bootsamsung.qmg ?

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27th March 2014, 10:36 PM   |  #1  
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How to convert bootanimation.zip into a bootsamsung.qmg and bootsamsungloop.qmg :
Hello xda forum members/users/visitors !
Today I am sharing with you how to convert a bootanimation.zip into a bootsamsung.qmg or bootsamsungloop.qmg
Pretty simple steps !
I did my best to make the tutorial simplier for NOOBS (like me)
What you need:
- Samsung Theme Designer
- 7zip
- bootanimation.zip you want to convert
- And the most important thing: A working brain
Step 1: Converting to bootsamsung.qmg

1) Download and install above programs

2) Open up Samsung Theme Designer

3) Click on the "ST" icon

3) Chose "Create New Theme"

4) Let it on "Non-touchscreen phone" and click "Ok"



5) In phones list click "GT-5520(Spring)", on the right side, click "Default", then give a name to your project and then "Ok"



6) Now, on the left side, click "Idle background", go to the right side, click "Background Type" and set it to "Animated"



7) Go to the downloaded bootanimation.zip, extract it somewhere, open up the extracted folder, go to part0 or part1 and look at the number items in the folder (lower left side)



8) Go back to Samsung Theme Designer, click "Frame", write the number of your bootanimation picture and hit "Enter" (on your Keyboard )

9) Now for "Durattion", you need a working "Brain" ! Open desc.txt of your bootanimation, look for "XXp" (XX stand for a number) Exemple:
480 800 14p 0 0 part1 (here we need 14p)

Try to convert by refering to this:

1000 / 20 FPS = 50 ms

1000 / 25 FPS = 40 ms

Note: You may simply put "30" or "50" if you don't know how to do the conversion



10) Go to part0/part1 folder of your bootanimation (extracted), select all pictures, Drag and Drop them into "Animation Object Window" in Samsung Theme Designer



11) Now save the theme (just in case you need it again)

12) Click "Export Theme" then "Export", Accept agreement, and click "Confirm". Now the program will compress the bootanimation. It may

take long time if you've many pictures !





13) When finished, click "Ok" and a poup-up will come out, click "Yes"



14) Now right click on "yourprojectname.smt" and open in "7zip"

15) Click on "IdleBgAnimObj.qmg" and extract it to somewhere.



16) Go to the Extracted file and rename it from IdleBgAnimObj.qmg to bootsamsung.qmg and transfer it to your phone. Now push into system/media and give a rw-r-r permission



Step 2: Converting into bootsamsungloop.qmg:

1) Repeat sub-step 1 to 6 of step 1.

2) After step 6, click "Repeat" (under "Duration") and set it to "True"



3) Now Continue with the rest of step 1

4) For renaming, rename it to "bootsamsungloop.qmg" instead.

Note:

1) You should use files in part1 folder for step 1 and the ones in part0 folder for step 2

2) Use the same files if you don't have part0 and part1

3) Basically type "50" in sub-step 9 of step 1 if you canNOT find the right number

Warning:

Without bootsamsungloop.qmg your device will go boot loop !

Always make a nandroid backup or a backup of bootsamsung.qmg and bootsamsungloop.qmg (only if you've TWRP or PhilzTouch w/ AromeFM) just in case anything goes wrong.

That's all,

Hope you like it.
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Originally Posted by Nonta72

How to convert bootanimation.zip into a bootsamsung.qmg and bootsamsungloop.qmg :
Hello xda forum members/users/visitors !
Today I am sharing with you how to convert a bootanimation.zip into a bootsamsung.qmg or bootsamsungloop.qmg
Pretty simple steps !
I did my best to make the tutorial simplier for NOOBS (like me)
What you need:
- Samsung Theme Designer
- 7zip
- bootanimation.zip you want to convert
- And the most important thing: A working brain
Step 1: Converting to bootsamsung.qmg

1) Download and install above programs

2) Open up Samsung Theme Designer

3) Click on the "ST" icon

3) Chose "Create New Theme"

4) Let it on "Non-touchscreen phone" and click "Ok"



5) In phones list click "GT-5520(Spring)", on the right side, click "Default", then give a name to your project and then "Ok"



6) Now, on the left side, click "Idle background", go to the right side, click "Background Type" and set it to "Animated"



7) Go to the downloaded bootanimation.zip, extract it somewhere, open up the extracted folder, go to part0 or part1 and look at the number items in the folder (lower left side)



8) Go back to Samsung Theme Designer, click "Frame", write the number of your bootanimation picture and hit "Enter" (on your Keyboard )

9) Now for "Durattion", you need a working "Brain" ! Open desc.txt of your bootanimation, look for "XXp" (XX stand for a number) Exemple: 480

800 14p 0 0 part1 (here we need 14p)

Try to convert by refering to this:

1000 / 20 FPS = 50 ms

1000 / 25 FPS = 40 ms

Note: You may simply put "30" or "50" if you don't know how to do the conversion



10) Go to part0/part1 folder of your bootanimation (extracted), select all pictures, Drag and Drop them into "Animation Object Window" in Samsung Theme Designer



11) Now save the theme (just in case you need it again)

12) Click "Export Theme" then "Export", Accept agreement, and click "Confirm". Now the program will compress the bootanimation. It may

take long time if you've many pictures !





13) When finished, click "Ok" and a poup-up will come out, click "Yes"



14) Now right click on "yourprojectname.smt" and open in "7zip"

15) Click on "IdleBgAnimObj.qmg" and extract it to somewhere.



16) Go to the Extracted file and rename it from IdleBgAnimObj.qmg to bootsamsung.qmg and transfer it to your phone. Now push into system/media and give a rw-r-r permission



Step 2: Converting into bootsamsungloop.qmg:

1) Repeat sub-step 1 to 6 of step 1.

2) After step 6, click "Repeat" (under "Duration") and set it to "True"



3) Now Continue with the rest of step 1

4) For renaming, rename it to "bootsamsungloop.qmg" instead.

Note:

1) You should use files in part1 folder for step 1 and the ones in part0 folder for step 2

2) Use the same file if you don't have part0 and part1

3) Basically type "50" in sub-step 9 of step 1 if you canNOT find the right number :cowby:

Warning:

Without bootsamsungloop.qmg your device will go boot loop !

Always make a nandroid backup or a backup of bootsamsung.qmg and bootsamsungloop.qmg (only if you've TWRP or PhilzTouch w/

AromeFM) just in case anything goes wrong.

That's all,

Hope you like it.

Hello , Nonta ,

I want to just ask you that in my part 0 folder there are 28 pics and in part 1 folder there are 15 pics . So , what I have to put in the frame ?
28 or 15 or 43 ? Please reply me soon .

Don't forget to press thanks .

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Originally Posted by Aeyan Ashraf

Hello , Nonta ,

I want to just ask you that in my part 0 folder there are 28 pics and in part 1 folder there are 15 pics . So , what I have to put in the frame ?
28 or 15 or 43 ? Please reply me soon .

Don't forget to press thanks .

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Hey,
Here's how to convert to get the proper FPS !
5 FPS = 80ms (Too damn SLOW !!! )
10 FPS = 70ms
15 FPS = 60ms
20 FPS = 50ms
25 FPS = 40ms
30 FPS = 30ms
35 FPS = 20ms
40 FPS = 10ms
45 FPS = 5ms
50 FPS = 0ms (High-End devices only !!! Don't try this since NO released device can handle it !)

How to get the exact FPS of your bootanimation.zip ?

Simple

Open up desc.txt of your bootanimation.zip and look at the number after the bootanimation resolution
It should look like this:

480 800 30
p 0 0 part0


Here "30" is the FPS and the resolution is 480x800 (S2, Note 1 screen resolution aka WXGA)

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Originally Posted by Nonta72

Hey,
Here's how to convert to get the proper FPS !
5 FPS = 80ms (Too damn SLOW !!! )
10 FPS = 70ms
15 FPS = 60ms
20 FPS = 50ms
25 FPS = 40ms
30 FPS = 30ms
35 FPS = 20ms
40 FPS = 10ms
45 FPS = 5ms
50 FPS = 0ms (High-End devices only !!! Don't try this since NO released device can handle it !)

How to get the exact FPS of your bootanimation.zip ?

Simple

Open up desc.txt of your bootanimation.zip and look at the number after the bootanimation resolution
It should look like this:

480 800 30
p 0 0 part0


Here "30" is the FPS and the resolution is 480x800 (S2, Note 1 screen resolution aka WXGA)

Sent from my GT-P5210 powered by AmatROM HD

Thanks bro :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
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Originally Posted by Aeyan Ashraf

Thanks bro :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

Let me know if it works

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how about a bootanimation zip that has 7 parts??
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Originally Posted by stanleyopar2000

how about a bootanimation zip that has 7 parts??

Seven parts, really ? Really ?
Sorry but It will be a bit tricky, but let me try to find out how to process.
Please use quote function next time instead of Quick Reply so that I can reply quickly.

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Originally Posted by Nonta72

Seven parts, really ? Really ?
Sorry but It will be a bit tricky, but let me try to find out how to process.
Please use quote function next time instead of Quick Reply so that I can reply quickly.

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really? you would help me with this? oh, you are a saint...there is this insane Watch_Dogs CTOS bootanimation that would go perfectly with my Watch_Dogs themed phone...it's in 7 parts and not in QMG though o_O..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...-dogs-t2733053
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thanks man... well explained
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Thanks. Really helpful.

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