my thread so I'd have noticed
J/k this is the source of my boot animation as well.
I've been meaning to ask, has anyone in their internet-surfin days ever seen the source animation/video the OP talks about?
I am not positive from reading compsci04's posts, but it sounds like he made his boot animation from someone else's video. He talks about gathering images or frames from various sources? He seemed to indicate he had a friend make the intro into and fade-to-black edges around the video. So where did this video come from?
Also, he had expressed interest in turning this into a live wallpaper. Anyone have any wisdom regarding this? Would anything that looks good be too much of a battery killer or is the number of frames a deal breaker? I made a loop of 57 frames which is pretty smooth, but could be better if we had the source of the youtube video. If you watch the video, it's makes just over half a revolution in 6 seconds, meaning we are missing at least another 4-5 seconds to make that revolution complete.
My Google Fu is pretty good, but I could use some help tracking the source video down if possible. Then again, maybe it would be easier to contact compsci04/wncoulte and ask him? With him being a renowned Celtic guitarist, I am a bit reluctant myself.
Sorry about that djakrse. I looking through all of this, I was also trying to find the best source image and thought this was it. Didn't mean to not give props. I gave up with the sound anyway, cause no matter how much I lowered the source .ogg file, it would always play too loudly. Still learning here. Thanks for the great input and effort everyone.
I know one person who is working on something for me too.
In regards to volume, what editor are you using? I use Audacity and there is a gain control at left of track. I used a -12 to -18 dB on my recent efforts to quiet the audio that came from video source.
Research in a TB or Incredible thread.
I assume you still have the default animation playing? You just need to install a custom one to /system/media, then find and rename/move/delete the stock one.