update tools for making recovery images

We no longer render animations as a base image with a
possibly-partially-transparent overlay drawn over it, so delete the
make-overlay.py tool.  Now we represent them as series of images that
are interlaced by row (with a special text chunk in the PNG file
specifying the number of frames) so add the interlace-frames.py tool
to make those.

Change-Id: I79443f125f9c7d8d61cd09e3434745e0ef38893f
diff --git a/interlace-frames.py b/interlace-frames.py
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+# Copyright (C) 2014 The Android Open Source Project
+# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
+# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
+# You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#      http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+# limitations under the License.
+"""Script to take a set of frames (PNG files) for a recovery animation
+and turn it into a single output image which contains the input frames
+interlaced by row.  Run with the names of all the input frames on the
+command line, in order, followed by the name of the output file."""
+import sys
+  import Image
+  import PngImagePlugin
+except ImportError:
+  print "This script requires the Python Imaging Library to be installed."
+  sys.exit(1)
+frames = [Image.open(fn).convert("RGB") for fn in sys.argv[1:-1]]
+assert len(frames) > 0, "Must have at least one input frame."
+sizes = set()
+for fr in frames:
+  sizes.add(fr.size)
+assert len(sizes) == 1, "All input images must have the same size."
+w, h = sizes.pop()
+N = len(frames)
+out = Image.new("RGB", (w, h*N))
+for j in range(h):
+  for i in range(w):
+    for fn, f in enumerate(frames):
+      out.putpixel((i, j*N+fn), f.getpixel((i, j)))
+# When loading this image, the graphics library expects to find a text
+# chunk that specifies how many frames this animation represents.  If
+# you post-process the output of this script with some kind of
+# optimizer tool (eg pngcrush or zopflipng) make sure that your
+# optimizer preserves this text chunk.
+meta = PngImagePlugin.PngInfo()
+meta.add_text("Frames", str(N))
+out.save(sys.argv[-1], pnginfo=meta)