I found bootanimation paradise...

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  1. mhrf90

    mhrf90 Well-Known Member

  2. BLuFeNiX

    BLuFeNiX Well-Known Member

    I might make some of these. All you have to do is convert them into a series of images and put them in a zip file.
  3. chevanlol360

    chevanlol360 Well-Known Member Developer

    Hundreds of images lol at least for this specific one.
  4. BLuFeNiX

    BLuFeNiX Well-Known Member

    Only 41 actually ;)

    This is my first ever boot animation for an android device, so let me know if there is anything I can do to improve it (I couldn't decide on a framerate, so let me know what you think).


    Also, I'm pretty sure I could make a script to convert gifs into boot animations. Would anyone be interested in that? (It would be Linux only)

    EDIT: If the demand is high enough, I will code a gif to boot animation converter in Java, so it will run on all OS (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc). Actually, I think I'll make a separate thread for it now.
  5. chevanlol360

    chevanlol360 Well-Known Member Developer

    tested it well dont not bad but i meant if you actually did the entire image as you see in the OP it would be around 100-150 pics.
  6. BLuFeNiX

    BLuFeNiX Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure what you mean... I did do the entire image. Open it up in any GIF viewer and you will see exactly 41 frames. If I'm confused please tell me, lol.
  7. Loota

    Loota Well-Known Member

    Just want to turn you on to this program bro in case you wish to make a video of whatever you make...

    [29.03.2012][FINAL][TOOL]Boot Animation Previewer-Preview Boot Animations With Ease! - xda-developers
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