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hami497

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Aug 5, 2014
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Ok i am a bit confused that how to determine that how many golders we have to make. Sometimes i have seen five folders and sometimes only one. So can anyone tell me which animations need more than one folder

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oasisfleeting

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way too much work for something so simple

Just like everything else on this site, way too much fluff and nonsennse. Unfortunately I can't turn javascript off on people like I can this site.
It's real simple people.
#<apt-get> <yum> install ffmpeg
ffmpeg -i /path/to/my/video/file.mp4 /path/to/my/bootanimation/photos/photoset-%3d.jpg
 
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akurativinod

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Hiii sir, i have succesfully created a bootanimation.
In the stock one, there are three parts and i have created a bootanimation similar to it.
but when i use my boot animation in my phone, only two parts are playing. :rolleyes:
the configuration in the desc was
720 1280 30
p 1 0 part0
p 0 0 part1
p 1 0 part2
but in the stock boot animation, the configuration in the desc was
720 1280 30
c 1 0 part0
c 0 0 part1
c 1 0 part2
there is the difference in the code, there was 'c' instead of 'p'. :confused:
can u tell me what is the difference...........?? :)
 

LiquidT

Senior Member
Hiii sir, i have succesfully created a bootanimation.
In the stock one, there are three parts and i have created a bootanimation similar to it.
but when i use my boot animation in my phone, only two parts are playing. :rolleyes:
the configuration in the desc was
720 1280 30
p 1 0 part0
p 0 0 part1
p 1 0 part2
but in the stock boot animation, the configuration in the desc was
720 1280 30
c 1 0 part0
c 0 0 part1
c 1 0 part2
there is the difference in the code, there was 'c' instead of 'p'. :confused:
can u tell me what is the difference...........?? :)

p= Play folder, untill bootup.
c = Play entire part, even if bootup completes. Phone will not start per say, untill the entire bootanimation completes.
 

akurativinod

Senior Member
Jul 31, 2015
87
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Is there any manual method to save bootanimations??
If I create part folders and desc file with code, compress it into zip file(bootanimation.zip) and place it
in respective folder, change permissions, does it work?
Because the tool only compiles in 'p'- Format and I want to do it in 'c' format.
Help would be appreciated... Thanx in advance.
 
Jul 7, 2011
13
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Pittsburgh, PA
My bootanimations.

Here are my bootanimations . Some of the bootanimations here I did not create entirely on my own. Some of them were made by another party and I've just edited them a bit to meet my preference. Most of the bootanimations in the folder have been made available in different phone resolutions. If a bootanimation isn't available in your phone resolution please let me know what resolution your phone is and I'll try to get a copy made for your phone resolution as soon as I can. Or you can always edit the bootanimation desc.txt file yourself if you know how. ALSO AS A WARNING I'M NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR PHONE BECOMING BOOTLOOPED OR BRICKED. YOU ADD THESE BOOTANIMATIONS AT YOUR OWN RISK. IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING DON'T ATTEMPT TO ADD THEM TO YOUR PHONE. Here is the link to the bootanimations: https://mega.nz/#F!ONdyHTYB!ArfwFuVYQdawg3CyQPypBg
 
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Jules Ivan

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Hello Everyone
Here Is The Tutorial On How to Create Ur Own Boot Animation for U r Mobile...:D:D (Specifically Using Bootanimation Factory By @despotovski01)
Requirements :
1) Windows OS :p:p
2) BootAnimation Factory ( Press Thanks Button For His Awesome Work Without Which I Would Have Never Learned It )
3) Image Resizer (To change the resolution of the images)
4) Image Editing Software ( Your wish:p)
(A)Photoshop (B) GIMP
5) 7Zip
6) Notepad++


What Is BootAnimation??
The Android boot animation is contained within a an uncompressed zip file called bootanimation.zip that can be found in the media folder of the system partition i.e. /system/media on the internal memory of the device. This single file contains all the information required to play the boot animation, and is loaded automatically when the device boots.:cowboy::cowboy:

What a Bootanimation.zip Contains??;):p
. If you extract the contents of the bootanimation.zip file to your computer, you will see:
1) A desc.txt file
2) A part0 folder (Contains PNG images named in incremental numbers)
3) More part1, part2 etc. folders (May or may not be present)
As you can see, bootanimation.zip merely contains one text file and one or more folders with PNG images. The animation is played simply by displaying the images in a sequence, and the text file defines how they are to be played. In essence, first the PNG files in the part0 folder are displayed one after the other and afterwards, those in the part1 file – if it exists – are displayed, again one after the other, and so on. All of this is defined in the desc.txt file.hence desc.txt file is vital file for creating a bootanimation.


Now Will See What Each Files And Folder Does:D:laugh:
Imp : This Guide Is Applicable To All Devices..The Change is The RESOLUTION of your Device Change The Resolution Suitable To Your Device Using Image Resizer.Resolution Details Can Be Found On Device Specification.

The folders
t1_zpsf4434d89.jpg

These contain PNG images named in numbers, starting from something like 0000.jpg or 00001.jpg and proceeding with increments of 1. There has to be at least one folder, and there is no known upper limit to the number of folders.
The desc.txt file
t2_zpsea01c27c.jpg

This file defines how the images in the folder(s) are displayed during the boot animation, in the following format:
Width Height Frame-rate
p Loop Pause Folder1
p Loop Pause Folder2
An example of a desc.txt file is:
720 1280 30
p 1 0 part0
p 0 0 part1
As you can see, in the first line, 720 and 1280 define the width and height of the boot animation in pixels for this example. This must be the same as the screen resolution of your device for the boot animation to properly play in full screen. 30 is the frame rate in fps (frames per second) i.e. number of images to display per second.
The second and third lines have a same format, start with p, which stands for a part of the animation and end in part0 or part1, which denotes the folder in which the images for that part are present.
The number after ‘p’ defines how many times this part will loop (repeat playback) before switching to the next part (if present). Specifying 0 would make the part loop indefinitely till the phone has fully booted.
The next number is for the pause, and is expressed in the number of frames, which can be translated into time by dividing it by the frame rate. A pause of 15 for example, would mean pausing for the time it takes 15 frames to play and since the frame rate is 30 frames per second, 15 frames would take half a second.
Translating all of this in case of the above example, the boot animation will play at a resolution of 720 by 1280 pixels, at a frame rate of 30 fps, starting with the contents of part0 folder and after playing them in one loop, switching to contents of part1 folder and playing them continuously till the device fully boots. Best method to find which FPS suits your mobile is open the current Running Bootanimation from your device open the desc.txt and see and enter the same value.:D

Steps To Create Ur Own Bootanimations:D:D
1) Download All The Necessary Tools U need To For This.;)
2) Install The Necessary Softwares.
3) Go through the entire Inside the bootanimation.zip File Which I will attach at the end of this guide.
4) Plan how your boot animation will run. This includes how many distinct parts it will have, how long will each part play and what will be the sequence of the parts.
5) Make a new folder at any convenient location on your computer, and name it bootanimation.
6) In this folder, create a folder for each part of your boot animation, named part0, part1 and so on.
7) In the image editor of your choice (Adobe Photoshop,GIMP), make all the image files for each part of your boot animation with the proper dimensions equal to your phone’s screen resolution, and save them in the respective folder for each part, in PNG format. Up to 32 bit PNGs are supported.
Note: In case you are converting an existing boot animation to fit your phone’s screen, simply extract the images from it and resize each of them to your device’s screen resolution.
8) Make sure the images are named in numerical format and in proper sequence, i.e. the images in the first part should start with let’s say 00000.jpg and go on till 00075.jpg, and the images in the second part should then start off with 00076.jpg and go on till – for instance – 00123.jpg.
9) Now open the Boot Animation Factory Tool.
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10) Click on “Create a New Boot Animation” Button.
11) There will be 2 options Asking for Source (1)From folder and (2) From GIF. Since In This Guide I have used Folder Method, Select Folder and click OK
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12) Click On Choose folder and Select The bootanimation folder were u had stored all the necessary folders and images.
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13) At the Right Hand Side You Can see the tab were the Resolution of The pics will be displayed..You can edit it and change the resolution and FPS too. Let the setting be “Don’t Repeat”
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14) click on add loop button.
15) Select The Folder Ex: part0 . For this folder Set THE LOOP to 1 and TIME DELAY to 0 ( You Can Put your Custom delay if u wish) and Click ADD button.
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16) Repeat the Step 15 but here Select the next part In Folder Ex : part1
17) If U have more part folders select the respective part and repeat the Step 15.
18) For last folder ( Ex : If part1 is last folder ) the SET THE LOOP to 0 . So that it Repeats
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19) You can PREVIEW your bootanimation before saving by clicking on PREVIEW Button.
20) Click Save Boot Animation Button and name it has “bootanimation”

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You Have Done A Bootanimation Successfully..:laugh::laugh:

How To Put It In Your Device?
File browser method (Rooted devices only):

1) Connect your phone to your computer via USB and mount the storage card for file transfer.
2) Copy the bootanimation.zip file that you want to install, to your SD card.
3) Unmount USB storage and launch the file browser of your choice on your phone.
4) Browse to /system/media, copy the existing bootanimation.zip file from there and paste it somewhere safe on your SD card.
5) Browse to the location on the SD card where you copied the new bootanimation.zip and copy it.
6) Browse to /system/media and paste the bootanimation.zip file there.
7) If you are using Root Explorer App, you will have to Touch ‘Mount R/W’. This will make your system partition writeable.
8) Check if the permissions are rw-r—r—. If not, change them to that.
9) Reboot And Enjoy Your New Bootanimation Done by You:laugh::cowboy:

Credits :
@despotovski01 for his AWESOME BOOTANIMATION FACTORY.... Thread Located Here

FOR SAMPLE DOWNLOAD ANY FROM GOOGLE
Any Doubts Always Free To Post Here
IF ANYONE HAS DONE BOOTANIMATION SUCCESSFULLY POST IT HERE OR DO LET ME KNOW HERE.
ENJOY!!! :D



:laugh::cowboy:IF IT HELPED YOU KINDLY PRESS THANKS BUTTON SO THAT I WILL KNOW HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE BENEFITED FROM IT;):laugh:
Thank you so much! I wish I can donate you something! thanks a lot!
 

Dave M

Member
Mar 4, 2019
10
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Animation Orientation - help please

Hi all
I have an animation I've created but it is to be used in landscape orientation. Unfortunately, always shows on the boot screen in portrait.

I've tried:
Changing the orientation of the pictures
Swapping the width/height in desc.txt
Both of the above at the same time.

Nothing seems to work.
Would really love to get this working as it is for a project (car infotainment system)
Any help VERY MUCH appreciated :D
 

dcigir

New member
Jan 28, 2020
1
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bootanimation problem on Allwinner tablet

Hello everyone, I have run into a problem that I can’t solve.
I have 22’’ inch Allwinner tablet with Android 6; that came with google bootanimation.
I need to change it to custom bootanimation so I have created my own and replaced original file with mine.
Animation was loaded but smaller then the screen, so i created another one with images that was resolution of my tablet (1920x1080), after that I have only Android logo animation and my own don’t load. I have tried to replace it with original one but the problem is the same. I also try to use bootanimation software to try to load some other bootanimation but I always get only Android logo at boot.

Do any have any idea what I’m doing wrong?:confused::confused::confused:

thanks
Denis
 
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Jaiiiiiiiii

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Is it possible that an image png part is playing at the middle and another at the top at the same time without combining images as 1 png.
Like this

Image loop *different part
Image loop *different par

Thanks
 

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    Hello Everyone
    Here Is The Tutorial On How to Create Ur Own Boot Animation for U r Mobile...:D:D (Specifically Using Bootanimation Factory By @despotovski01)
    Requirements :
    1) Windows OS :p:p
    2) BootAnimation Factory ( Press Thanks Button For His Awesome Work Without Which I Would Have Never Learned It )
    3) Image Resizer (To change the resolution of the images)
    4) Image Editing Software ( Your wish:p)
    (A)Photoshop (B) GIMP
    5) 7Zip
    6) Notepad++


    What Is BootAnimation??
    The Android boot animation is contained within a an uncompressed zip file called bootanimation.zip that can be found in the media folder of the system partition i.e. /system/media on the internal memory of the device. This single file contains all the information required to play the boot animation, and is loaded automatically when the device boots.:cowboy::cowboy:

    What a Bootanimation.zip Contains??;):p
    . If you extract the contents of the bootanimation.zip file to your computer, you will see:
    1) A desc.txt file
    2) A part0 folder (Contains PNG images named in incremental numbers)
    3) More part1, part2 etc. folders (May or may not be present)
    As you can see, bootanimation.zip merely contains one text file and one or more folders with PNG images. The animation is played simply by displaying the images in a sequence, and the text file defines how they are to be played. In essence, first the PNG files in the part0 folder are displayed one after the other and afterwards, those in the part1 file – if it exists – are displayed, again one after the other, and so on. All of this is defined in the desc.txt file.hence desc.txt file is vital file for creating a bootanimation.


    Now Will See What Each Files And Folder Does:D:laugh:
    Imp : This Guide Is Applicable To All Devices..The Change is The RESOLUTION of your Device Change The Resolution Suitable To Your Device Using Image Resizer.Resolution Details Can Be Found On Device Specification.

    The folders
    t1_zpsf4434d89.jpg

    These contain PNG images named in numbers, starting from something like 0000.jpg or 00001.jpg and proceeding with increments of 1. There has to be at least one folder, and there is no known upper limit to the number of folders.
    The desc.txt file
    t2_zpsea01c27c.jpg

    This file defines how the images in the folder(s) are displayed during the boot animation, in the following format:
    Width Height Frame-rate
    p Loop Pause Folder1
    p Loop Pause Folder2
    An example of a desc.txt file is:
    720 1280 30
    p 1 0 part0
    p 0 0 part1
    As you can see, in the first line, 720 and 1280 define the width and height of the boot animation in pixels for this example. This must be the same as the screen resolution of your device for the boot animation to properly play in full screen. 30 is the frame rate in fps (frames per second) i.e. number of images to display per second.
    The second and third lines have a same format, start with p, which stands for a part of the animation and end in part0 or part1, which denotes the folder in which the images for that part are present.
    The number after ‘p’ defines how many times this part will loop (repeat playback) before switching to the next part (if present). Specifying 0 would make the part loop indefinitely till the phone has fully booted.
    The next number is for the pause, and is expressed in the number of frames, which can be translated into time by dividing it by the frame rate. A pause of 15 for example, would mean pausing for the time it takes 15 frames to play and since the frame rate is 30 frames per second, 15 frames would take half a second.
    Translating all of this in case of the above example, the boot animation will play at a resolution of 720 by 1280 pixels, at a frame rate of 30 fps, starting with the contents of part0 folder and after playing them in one loop, switching to contents of part1 folder and playing them continuously till the device fully boots. Best method to find which FPS suits your mobile is open the current Running Bootanimation from your device open the desc.txt and see and enter the same value.:D

    Steps To Create Ur Own Bootanimations:D:D
    1) Download All The Necessary Tools U need To For This.;)
    2) Install The Necessary Softwares.
    3) Go through the entire Inside the bootanimation.zip File Which I will attach at the end of this guide.
    4) Plan how your boot animation will run. This includes how many distinct parts it will have, how long will each part play and what will be the sequence of the parts.
    5) Make a new folder at any convenient location on your computer, and name it bootanimation.
    6) In this folder, create a folder for each part of your boot animation, named part0, part1 and so on.
    7) In the image editor of your choice (Adobe Photoshop,GIMP), make all the image files for each part of your boot animation with the proper dimensions equal to your phone’s screen resolution, and save them in the respective folder for each part, in PNG format. Up to 32 bit PNGs are supported.
    Note: In case you are converting an existing boot animation to fit your phone’s screen, simply extract the images from it and resize each of them to your device’s screen resolution.
    8) Make sure the images are named in numerical format and in proper sequence, i.e. the images in the first part should start with let’s say 00000.jpg and go on till 00075.jpg, and the images in the second part should then start off with 00076.jpg and go on till – for instance – 00123.jpg.
    9) Now open the Boot Animation Factory Tool.
    1_zps0105877b.jpg

    10) Click on “Create a New Boot Animation” Button.
    11) There will be 2 options Asking for Source (1)From folder and (2) From GIF. Since In This Guide I have used Folder Method, Select Folder and click OK
    2_zps0e5752e2.jpg

    12) Click On Choose folder and Select The bootanimation folder were u had stored all the necessary folders and images.
    3_zps8985adda.jpg

    13) At the Right Hand Side You Can see the tab were the Resolution of The pics will be displayed..You can edit it and change the resolution and FPS too. Let the setting be “Don’t Repeat”
    1_zps3305791a.jpg

    14) click on add loop button.
    15) Select The Folder Ex: part0 . For this folder Set THE LOOP to 1 and TIME DELAY to 0 ( You Can Put your Custom delay if u wish) and Click ADD button.
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    16) Repeat the Step 15 but here Select the next part In Folder Ex : part1
    17) If U have more part folders select the respective part and repeat the Step 15.
    18) For last folder ( Ex : If part1 is last folder ) the SET THE LOOP to 0 . So that it Repeats
    8_zps45eb93b2.jpg

    19) You can PREVIEW your bootanimation before saving by clicking on PREVIEW Button.
    20) Click Save Boot Animation Button and name it has “bootanimation”

    2_zpsa7e1de44.jpg

    You Have Done A Bootanimation Successfully..:laugh::laugh:

    How To Put It In Your Device?
    File browser method (Rooted devices only):

    1) Connect your phone to your computer via USB and mount the storage card for file transfer.
    2) Copy the bootanimation.zip file that you want to install, to your SD card.
    3) Unmount USB storage and launch the file browser of your choice on your phone.
    4) Browse to /system/media, copy the existing bootanimation.zip file from there and paste it somewhere safe on your SD card.
    5) Browse to the location on the SD card where you copied the new bootanimation.zip and copy it.
    6) Browse to /system/media and paste the bootanimation.zip file there.
    7) If you are using Root Explorer App, you will have to Touch ‘Mount R/W’. This will make your system partition writeable.
    8) Check if the permissions are rw-r—r—. If not, change them to that.
    9) Reboot And Enjoy Your New Bootanimation Done by You:laugh::cowboy:

    Credits :
    @despotovski01 for his AWESOME BOOTANIMATION FACTORY.... Thread Located Here

    FOR SAMPLE DOWNLOAD ANY FROM GOOGLE
    Any Doubts Always Free To Post Here
    IF ANYONE HAS DONE BOOTANIMATION SUCCESSFULLY POST IT HERE OR DO LET ME KNOW HERE.
    ENJOY!!! :D



    :laugh::cowboy:IF IT HELPED YOU KINDLY PRESS THANKS BUTTON SO THAT I WILL KNOW HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE BENEFITED FROM IT;):laugh:
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    Converting Video Into Bootanimation...!!

    POST - 2​
    Converting Video Into Bootanimation...!!:cool:
    Here is the Tutorial on How To Extract Frames From Video File for Creating Bootanimation!!:laugh::laugh:
    Requirements;)
    1) Windows OS. :silly::p
    2) Free Video to JPG Converter

    Steps To Extract Frames (Images) from A Video :
    1) Download the necessary tools required.;)
    2) Open Free Video to JPG Converter.:cowboy:
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    3) Now Click On The Browse Button And Add Your Video File To Software.
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    4) Click the lower Browse (Save To) button. Choose the location where you would like to save your snapshots. Click Ok.
    5) Set the video frames you want to save as snapshots.
    6) For example you can extract every hundredth video frame, frames in every 10 seconds, total 200 frames or even every frame.

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    Note: Be careful with the "Every frame" option. The total size of the extracted images may be several times bigger than the input file size!
    7) Click convert button and wait images to be extracted.
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    7) Now Resize the Images To The Resolution Of Your Device Using Image Resizer ( Post 1). Example: In my case I take 480x800
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    8) Follow The Guide In Post (1) To Create Bootanimation using these Images.:D:D


    :laugh::laugh:IF IT HELPED YOU KINDLY PRESS THANKS BUTTON SO THAT I WILL KNOW HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE BENEFITED FROM IT;):D:cool:
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    POST-3​
    THIS GUIDE (POST-3) IS ONLY APPLICABLE TO SAMSUNG DEVICES NOT ANY OTHER ONLY SAMSUNG MOBILES.
    CONVERTING BOOTANIMATION.ZIP TO .QMG FILE FOR STOCK ROM'S:laugh:
    HELLO EVERYONE:highfive:
    Requirements :
    1) Windows OS :p:p
    2) Image Resizer (To change the resolution of the images)
    3) Image Editing Software ( Your wish:p)
    4) 7Zip
    5) Samsung Theme Designer

    THIS GUIDE IS THE PART OF [GUIDE] How To Make Custom Bootanimation
    What is .QMG files?;):D
    These files are done by using Samsung Theme Creater Officially. Its there own way of making animation which ends with making files having .qmg extension. Shocking is Samsung Theme Designer cannot open QMG files:p, it can only create them :eek:
    What Does it Contain?:p:laugh:
    It has 2 files
    1) Bootsamsung.qmg
    2) Bootsamsungloop.qmg

    These 2 files are always together has in general they are together bootanimation.zip.
    What Does Each File Do?:D:D
    1) Bootsamsung.qmg
    It contains the files needed for boot. These files are not repeatable.
    Ex : From bootanimation.zip if there are 2 folders part0 and part1 then part0 is the folder used to make bootsamsung.qmg
    2) Bootsamsungloop.qmg
    It contains the files for loop execution. These files are repeatable. Its similar to desc.txt file instruction.
    Ex : From bootanimation.zip if there are 2 folders part0 and part1 then part1 is your loop and this folder is used to create Bootsamsungloop.qmg.Remember when we made bootanimation .zip we had put no of loops=0

    How To Convert Bootanimation.zip To .QMG files
    IMP : HERE I CONSIDER THAT THE BOOTANIMATION.ZIP CONTAINS PART0 AND PART1 FOLDER.
    MAKING BOOTSAMSUNG.QMG;):laugh:
    1) Open Samsung Theme Designer Software.
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    2) Click create new theme, use type "feature(NonTouch) phone", then "select model" and use any model.
    3) Select Default and Name your theme.
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    4) Choose "Idle Component" then "Idle Background" and change "Background Type" to "animated".
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    5) Enter No of Frames and hit enter that is nothing but no of pics in part0 folder.
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    6) Enter delay (This is bit tricky) here its in ms (milli seconds not FPS) to convert that follow this 1000 / (framerate) = (time given in ms)
    for example:
    1000 / 20fps = 50ms
    or
    1000 / 25fps = 40ms
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    7) Under Repeat option select FALSE for bootsamsung.qmg and TRUE for bootsamsungloop.qmg.
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    8) Drag your image files sequence from your folder(here its part0 folder) to the empty squares in the bottom of the theme designer.
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    9) Now export your theme and accept the Samsung terms & conditions and wait for your .STM file theme to be created.
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    10) Once its done click yes to open the saved folder there Rename the .STM file to .ZIP file and open it.
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    11) After opening zip file drag "IdleBgAnimObj.qmg" to anywere u wish preferably to desktop.
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    12) Rename the "IdleBgAnimObj.qmg" has bootsamsung.qmg
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    13) Now your boot file is Read but wait still loop is not done for that follow the below steps.

    Creating Loop File :
    1) Open Samsung Theme Designer Software.
    2) Click create new theme, use type "feature(NonTouch) phone", then "select model" and use same model has above.
    3) Select Default and Name your theme.
    4) Choose "Idle Component" then "Idle Background" and change "Background Type" to "animated".
    5) Enter No of Frames that is nothing but no of pics in part1 folder.
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    6) Enter delay (This is bit tricky:rolleyes::D) here its in ms (milli seconds not FPS) to convert that follow this
    1000 / (framerate) = (time given in ms)
    for example:
    1000 / 20fps = 50ms
    or
    1000 / 25fps = 40ms
    7) Under Repeat option select TRUE for bootsamsungloop.qmg.
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    8) Drag your image files sequence from your folder(here its part1 folder) to the empty squares in the bottom of the theme designer.
    s22_zps836b1148.jpg

    9) Now export your theme and accept the Samsung terms & conditions and wait for your .STM file theme to be created.
    10) Once its done click yes to open the saved folder there Rename the .STM file to .ZIP file and open it.
    11) After opening zip file drag "IdleBgAnimObj.qmg" to anywere you wish preferably to desktop.
    12) Rename the "IdleBgAnimObj.qmg" has bootsamsungloop.qmg
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    13) Copy the both files and keep them together.

    YOU HAVE SUCCESSFULLY DONE THE .QMG FOR STOCK ROM'S;):D:D
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    Thank u so much for this.

    Welcome...:) Press Thanks Button to OP Instead Of Writing....:)
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    thankssssss so so much

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