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[Boot Animation] Android Honeycomb Carbon Fiber

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By jbdavies, Senior Member on 5th October 2010, 04:18 AM
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I don't really know what to call it... but I'm excited about this boot animation that I made. lol So, figured I'd share it with all of you.





Attached are two versions:

bootanimation_v1 is like the animation shows, the... swishy thing only goes one direction.

Here's the link for the first boot animation: LINK

bootanimation_v2 the swishy thing goes both directions. I was just too lazy to make another animation for it.

Here's the link for the second boot animation: LINK

Let me know what you think.
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5th October 2010, 10:56 AM |#2  
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looking good there mate. thanks for sharing. but i've got this error when clicking the download link:

"503 Service Unavailable
The Requested Tonido Website is not available. The user's Tonido software could be switched off or there could be an connectivity problem."
5th October 2010, 05:11 PM |#3  
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Sorry... didn't think about that. Links have been updated.
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I like this a lot but I wish it was high def so I could use it on my nexus one.
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I like this a lot but I wish it was high def so I could use it on my nexus one.

How do I do that? I noticed that the resolution isn't that good on my phone (Droid) compared to what it should be... like when I look at it on my computer. I think there's some compression... but don't know how to fix that.
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How do I do that? I noticed that the resolution isn't that good on my phone (Droid) compared to what it should be... like when I look at it on my computer. I think there's some compression... but don't know how to fix that.

I've never done a bootanimation before, but I do know that in order to be hi def (nexus one, incredible, etc) the images should be 800x480. Right now the images are 455x256 which is almost half as what they should be so that's why the resolution isn't very good. I don't remember from the top of my head what the resolution for the Droid is but I can assure you its not 455x256 either. Once all the images are changed to the correct resolution, then just change the size in the desc file and it should work.
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I've never done a bootanimation before, but I do know that in order to be hi def (nexus one, incredible, etc) the images should be 800x480. Right now the images are 455x256 which is almost half as what they should be so that's why the resolution isn't very good. I don't remember from the top of my head what the resolution for the Droid is but I can assure you its not 455x256 either. Once all the images are changed to the correct resolution, then just change the size in the desc file and it should work.

Ooooooooooh. Gotcha. That'll give me something to do tonight after work.
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Does it work on the Hero? Nice one though

Clean, simple and abstract... Just the way i like it
5th October 2010, 06:33 PM |#9  
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Does it work on the Hero? Nice one though

Clean, simple and abstract... Just the way i like it

I haven't a clue. lol Try it out and see. :P

Glad you like it. I'm going to try and come up with some other boot animations too.
5th October 2010, 06:44 PM |#10  
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Uhh using google docs as download, clever thanks for unintentionally giving me the tip hehe
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Uhh using google docs as download, clever thanks for unintentionally giving me the tip hehe

Haha. Welcome. I wasn't sure it was going to work. I did have it through the Tonido file share thing... but it doesn't work when my computer is off. So... had to think of another way. Haha.

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