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I started this over on XDA but decided to move everything to Rootzwiki.

:: It was brought to my attention that I forgot to mention that this will only work on kernels that support bootanimation.zip.::


::Videos::


Finger Print


Office Space


Ironman


Knight rider boot and shutdown


Matrix Punch boot and shutdown


Full Metal Jacket


Blackhole


Droid Vibrant


Android Does


Bullet boot and shutdown


Keyboard Smash

:: Download ::

These flash with Rom manager.

TV power off
goo.gl/LhvBr

Finger Print
goo.gl/zcIH2

Office Space
goo.gl/Frwqh

Ironman
goo.gl/UN3vz

Knight Rider boot and shutdown
goo.gl/ipgNm

Matrix Punch boot and shutdown
goo.gl/stlvK

Full Metal Jacket
goo.gl/rqhs3

Blackhole
goo.gl/in1F7

Droid Vibrant
goo.gl/fLRHa

Android Does
goo.gl/7Lwft

Bullet boot and shutdown
goo.gl/x2jAD

Keyboard Smash
goo.gl/YnhaU

::Boot Animation Tutorial::​
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::Tools Needed::

Virtualdub = http://virtualdub.sourceforge.net/

Editpad lite = http://www.editpadlite.com/index.html#download

Photo editing software = http://www.gimp.org/downloads/ or you can use Photoshop if you have it.

Winrar = http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm

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1. First things first locate the video file you wish to use for your boot animation.

2. Open your video in VirtualDub

3. Hit the play button

4. After the video has played through go to File>Export>Image Sequence.

5. Leave the file name blank this way the images are numbered 0-whatever.

6. Open your photo editing software and resize all images to 200X356 and rotate
them 90° and save.


::This is best done using photoshop as you can use actions to repeat the
same task for each image::

7. Create two folders one named part0 and one named part1.

8. Take the first half of the images and put them in the folder called part0.

9. Take the second half of the images and put them in the folder called part1.

10. Open editpad lite

11. Type 480 800.


::this is the resolution or size the video will be displayed. (I know the Vibrant has a resolution of 480X800)::

12. Type 30 hit return

::This is your FPS or frames per second.::

13. Type p 0 0 part0 hit return.

::this just explains what part to play, how many times to play it and how long of a pause after playing it.::

14. Type P 0 10 part1.

15. Save the file as desc.txt

If you want a more detailed description of what each thing does in the desc.txt go here http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-hacks/33932-bootanimation-zip-file-explained.html

16. Open winrar locate the two folders and the desc.txt in winrar and highlight them hit alt+A.

17. You should be at a screen that says "Archive name and parameters".

Looks like this


18. In the Archive format box select ZIP.

19. In the compression method select store.

20. Type in the name of the file at the top bootanimation.zip

21. Hit the OK button at the bottom.


::Your bootanimation.zip file is done:: :cool:

::Shutdown Animation Tutorial::

First things first you need your images. To get images follow the Boot Animation Tutorial above.
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Rules of the road

All images need to be named ::shutdown_1.png, shutdown_2.png, shutdown_3.png and so on.::

All images have to be in png format.

You can have up to 60 images with out needing a .cfg file.

Be sure you images are 480X800 for portrait or 800X480 for landscape

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Ok lets get started.

1. On your desktop make a folder called shutdown.

2. Open the folder

3. Drag and drop the image files into the folder.

4. Open EditPad Lite.


::If you dont have EditPad Lite see Boot Animation Tutoral.::

5. Type this



6. Go to File/Save As

7. In the File name section type shutdown.cfg

8. In the Save as type dropdown box select any.

9. Save this to your shutdown folder you created on your desktop that contains the shutdown_#.png files.


::it should look like this::



10. Your Shutdown folder is completed.

If you have any issues getting a boot animation to work please feel free to PM me and I will help with the issue.
 
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