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[BOOT ANIMATION] Halo Reach - Auntie Dot

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2nd October 2010, 11:24 AM   |  #1  
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Thought I would share this with the community. I pulled these frames from Halo Reach and put them into a boot animation. The bootanimation.zip file is not something you can flash. I haven't learned how to do that yet. BUT you can use this with BootAnimationChangerTrial. You just put this zip file into the backupbootanimation folder and then inside the app do "Install backup boot animation". And If anyone could make some type of Live wallpaper out of this, I would probably crap my pants.




It is 480x800. It looks pretty good on my NexusOne. I should say this is one of the first boot animations I've done. So I apologize for the huge file size, I think its because it uses the whole screen.

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HOLYY CRAP!!! Really nice!
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Simply FANTASTIC.
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It's awesome! To get the file size down, you could resize each frame to a lower resolution. I do mine for N1 at 200x333 and they look just as good tbh. Keep up the good work!
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Very nice! I plan to make a live wallpaper of Auntie Dot once im done with my current project. Should go well with this when done.
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Here ya go...I ran it through a quick optimizer. It's just a quick one, probably could do better if you wanted to spend some time with it, but it shrank around 3MB.

And I put it in an update.zip format that will place the file in /data/local/ so rom updates won't erase it unless you wipe.

Looks cool!

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how does the bigger file size affect the animation? Does it run smoother?
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how does the bigger file size affect the animation? Does it run smoother?

It can help for sure, but I doubt that little bit I did would help much. The biggest advantage is to save space, although that's not as important putting it in the data folder. Some folks like to put it in the /system/media/ folder and space there is at a premium.
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any chance of this becoming a live wallpaper?
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any chance of this becoming a live wallpaper?

there are some crappy ones on the market right now, but they suck bad.

Once i get some free time i will be making a true lwp out of this. ie random animation cycles, reacts to phone events ect.

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