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    Qoob Backgrounds

    As soon as I read that the Qoob background could be changed I just had to go and customize my own. Here is a quick and simple one that I produced in Paint Shop Pro. The only time consuming part was finding out where the black text bars were overlayed over the picture.


    http://www.myfilestash.com/userfiles...Background.m1v

    Get creative everyone...

    EDIT: If you are looking for a tutorial on how to make a background then head to this post:
    http://forums.maxconsole.net/showthr...8525#post58525
    Last edited by JohnnyTwoHats; 06-02-2005 at 06:40 PM.

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    Kola Guest
    Nice, how do you use them on the qoob?

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    Use the 1.3 flash software, and select file type "Bootlogo (*.MVI, *.MPG, *.M1V)" and your background, and then flash it to an empty slot.

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    Thanks

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    i also made some backgrounds:

    http://img181.echo.cx/img181/3232/25sr.jpg
    http://img205.echo.cx/img205/1053/03cw.jpg
    http://img206.echo.cx/img206/8931/12qj.jpg

    just a few tries, that`s my final result:

    http://img169.echo.cx/img169/6853/30mb.jpg


    ps: my first post and sry for the bad english..i`m from germany^^

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    My second effort with a PCB theme.

    (full size)
    http://www.myfilestash.com/userfiles...kgroundPCB.m1v
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    Last edited by JohnnyTwoHats; 05-24-2005 at 09:39 AM.

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    Talking

    Thanks JohnnyTwoHats this Backgrounds rocks

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    Heres one that I did testing the converter, it's from an old mockup that someone did of the Revolution. It's not very cool, but I thought that I would upload it anyways.

    (Right Click and Save As)

    Heres what it looks like on the TV(sorry about the bad picture, and the purple bar on the bottom is from the lines that show up when you are looking at a TV through a camera)
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    Last edited by Xboxmodder999; 05-16-2005 at 01:02 PM.

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    These .m1v files can be renamed to .mpg so you can view thumbnails in a folder.

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    For the purists...



    http://www.freefilebin.com/userfiles...Background.m1v

    [edit] The image was being stretched when on the Gamecube, so I fixed it. It should look right now.[/edit]
    Last edited by ChronoZaga; 05-16-2005 at 07:11 PM.

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