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Karl 06-18-2012 10:19 PM

[TOOL]Boot Animation Factory-Create,Preview and Manage Boot Animations
 

After three months of hard work, I finally present you my latest and greatest program to date: Boot Animation Factory! It helps you preview, create and manage Android boot animations in the most conventional and easiest way possible. So, without further ado, let's move on to the actual features of the program.

Key features:
  • Preview zipped boot animations (their actual format)
  • Preview boot animations from folder
  • Preview boot animation from phone (can save the boot animation to your computer)
  • Create boot animations
  • Flash boot animations to phone
  • Explore boot animations
  • Favorites list of boot animations
  • Slick, easy-to-use user interface (can be themed)
  • Automatic update check option
  • Extended preview info (can be toggled in Settings)
  • Ubdateable with D01 Software Manager
  • No limitatins of any kind!

System requirements:
  • Windows XP SP3 or later (Windows 7 is recommended)
  • Microsoft.NET Framework 4 or later

How to use Boot Animation Factory
How to create boot animations using Boot Animation Factory
  1. Go to Menu/Boot animation/New...
  2. Click 'Choose folder' and select the folder in which your 'part' folders are.
  3. Click 'Add loop' to add a loop. You can add as many loops as you want.
  4. When you finish adding loops, click 'Save boot animation' and save your boot animation somewhere on your computer.

How to preview boot animations using Boot Animation Factory
Preview zipped boot animations
  1. Go to Menu/Boot animation/Preview...
  2. When the dialog appears, tick the first radio button (.zip file) and click OK.
  3. Click 'Choose boot animation' and choose the boot animation you want to preview.
  4. Optional: you have some options here, like playing a boot sound, setting custom speed, using custom size, or repeating/not repeating a boot animation. Set the properties as you wish.
  5. Click 'Preview boot animation' and enjoy the preview!

Previewing boot animations from folder
  1. Go to Menu/Boot animation/Preview...
  2. Tick the second radio button (Folders) and click OK
  3. Click 'Choose folder' and choose the folder which contains your 'part' folders.
  4. Click 'Add loop' to add a loop. You can add as many loops as you want.
  5. Optional: you can play a boot sound, repeat/not repeat the animation or use custom sizes. Set those properties as you wish.
  6. When you are done adding loops, click 'Preview boot animation' and enjoy the preview!

Previewing boot animation from device
  1. Go to Menu/Boot animation/Preview...
  2. Tick the third radio button (Phone) and click OK.
  3. In the first combo box, select (or type) where your boot animation is located on your device.
  4. In the second combo box, select (or type) the name of your boot animation
  5. Click 'Get animation' and wait for Boot Animation Factory to get the boot aniamtion from your device. Optional: check whether you want Boot Animation Factory to wait for your device or not.
  6. Click 'Preview boot animation' and enjoy the preview!

How to flash boot animations to your phone using Boot Animation Factory
  1. Go to Menu/Boot animation/Flash to phone...
  2. Click 'Choose boot animation' and choose the boot animation you want to flash.
  3. In the first combo box, select (or type) where the boot animation should be flashed on your phone.
  4. In the second combo box, select (or type) the name of your boot animation.
  5. Select whether you want Boot Animation Factory to wait for device, reboot after flash and use superuser permissions or not.
  6. Click 'Flash to phone' to flash yout boot animation.

How to explore a boot animation using Boot Animation Factory
  1. Go to Menu/Boot animation/Explore...
  2. Choose your boot animation and explore your boot animation. Optional: you can export any frame and the desc.txt file from the animation by right-clicking on the file and then clicking 'Save desc.txt file/frame as...'.
SOURCE:
[09.06.2012][TOOL]Boot Animation Factory-Create,Preview and Manage Boot Animations - xda-developers

Nick johnson 07-11-2012 03:36 AM

Re: [TOOL]Boot Animation Factory-Create,Preview and Manage Boot Animations
 
Nice program.. I like it.. Minimal system requirements and superb key features...
Best in the category......


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