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Old January 12th, 2012, 03:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to make your own boot animation the super easy way

This is the most simplest way ever to make your own custom boot animation. All credit goes to the creator despotovski01

First you will want to find all the images you want to use. Then with a program like FastStone Photo Resizer do a batch rename of all your images. To make it simple, in the spot it asks you what you want to rename them all to put this: B_40_000# It will then rename and number them B_40_0001, B_40_0002, B_40_0003, etc, etc, etc Then make a folder on your desktop, doesnt matter what you name it. Inside that folder make 2 folders one named: part0 the other part1 and put the majority of your pictures in part0 and a few in part1. Done there time to move on


Now you want to download this program: Boot Animation Creator-Make Android Boot Animations With Ease!

Now lets get to the fun part:

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Introduction
I'm proud to present my program called "Boot Animation Creator"! It's a powerful tool that makes creating Android boot animations a lot easier job!

Features
-Light on memory
-Easy-to-use user interface
-Makes boot animations in just three steps!
-Auto-update functionality
-Built-in updater
-No limitations of any kind!
-YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THE DESC.TXT FILE AND THE COMPRESSION METHODS AT ALL!! BOOT ANIMATION CREATOR DOES THAT FOR YOU!

Requirements
-Microsoft .NET Framework 4
-All your frames drawn and organised into 'part' folders (the folders don't have to be called 'part')

How to use Boot Animation Creator
1. Open Boot Animation Previewer. Read the introduction, and click Next



2. Choose the folder in which your boot animation is(the parent folder of the 'part' folders) and click Next (The folder you made on your desktop)



3. Set the boot animation properties and click Next (Tip: Click on a value to open the Edit Dialog) (Change width to 480 and height to 800)




4. Save the animation and click Next



5. You're done! If you want, you can preview your boot animation by clicking the big "Preview boot animation" button. When you're done, click Finish


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