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change boot movie - ceriox - 11-03-2015

How can i change the boot movie ?


RE: change boot movie - admin - 11-03-2015

overwrite the file in /opt/RPi-TC.m4v with your video


RE: change boot movie - daneshmand - 06-05-2015

i made a lots of m4v movie but none of them was shown by raspbery. finaly i found som good link.
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=7547&p=105088
1. make your own movie by adobe after effect or any other softwares
2. save your movie as mo4 file.
3. copy your file on raspberry
4. run these command
sudo apt-get install ffmpeg
ffmpeg -i myfile.mp4 output.h264
5. rename output.264 to intro.m4v
6. replace this file with old movie file


RE: change boot movie - Jaka Je Len - 02-11-2015

(06-05-2015, 12:34 PM)daneshmand Wrote: i made a lots of m4v movie but none of them was shown by raspbery. finaly i found som good link.
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=7547&p=105088
1. make your own movie by adobe after effect or any other softwares
2. save your movie as mo4 file.
3. copy your file on raspberry
4. run these command
sudo apt-get install ffmpeg
ffmpeg -i myfile.mp4 output.h264
5. rename output.264 to intro.m4v
6. replace this file with old movie file

Hey, I have problem, I did like u said, and movie run few seconds, and then freeze, I try many times, different length of movies and after few seconds movie stop playing and freeze.
Where should be a problem?
Thank you very much for reply.


RE: change boot movie - Jaka Je Len - 03-11-2015

I found a solution, I used Yamb video converter to convert file to raw format .h264, and now video plays smooth Smile


RE: change boot movie - Douglas Riddle - 05-11-2015

(03-11-2015, 10:56 AM)Jaka Je Len Wrote: I found a solution, I used Yamb video converter to convert file to raw format .h264, and now video plays smooth Smile

Thank you for posting your solution.


RE: change boot movie - realpharmacyx.com - 22-02-2016

Thanks Riddle,
I will defiantly try your option