How to put a short video just after the bootscreen ?

Hey guys !
I'm new on this forum, but I think that nobody cares.
As a nostalgic guy, I'm missing the PS 1 start up video and I've searched for hours and hours on Google but nothing helped me...
Now, I'm asking for your help ! Does anyone know how to do that ?
(I'm not english, so sorry if there are some mistakes !)
Thanks !

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The thing is, it's either a 10 thing or this.
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Startup folder works for me. I just set up 3 things there.

I just set up a Windows 10 Startup folder with a text message, starting email, and starting a browser. Works like a charm.

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Works for me. But for some they want to change boot screen.

I don't for very simple reasons like I want my PC as near stock as can be. Any odd change can cause issues I don't care to deal with.

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I'm with you Bob, but see, I have this wife...

...need I say more? Grin I've got her computer set up to go from power on to desktop with email and web site in 35 seconds, and you know what she said? Can't you get rid of that screen from the BIOS (she doesn't know what BIOS is, she just pointed to it). Getting it just like she wants it saves me a good bit of hassle. YMMV.

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There's always a way (for desktops.)
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Hi there !

I tried to put the video in this folder but the thing is, the video play when I'm on the desktop.

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Too vague.

I can't guess what folder and why it's not doing what you want when you write it plays on the desktop.

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Misunderstood !

I've misunderstood your message ! You actually put these documents in the folder to open automatically things like the browser.
It's quite different from what I want.
I want an intro video after the windows loading screen and before the logscreen.
If I can, I'll put a gif.

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Said nothing

Don't care about my previous message

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Microsoft didn't offer that customization.

I'm not going to write about MSFT winlogin and gina since I've seen programmers with decades of Windows programmer blow up a working system. All the tools so far for everyday folk only change the screens, no videos.

Maybe you need some other OS?

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Too bad.

I see. Well, I won't have an intro.
I like Windows, it's a good OS. Mac is like the iPhone, the less you can customize, the better. However, I never tried Linux before. Maybe I should try it !

Thanks for your answer ! Happy
Have a nice day or a good night !

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Thanks for the answer

Actually, I don't know if it can be done. I'm the kind of guy who thinks that everything is possible ! Happy
But there is probably a way to do that, I'll wait a bit.
Thanks for your help Happy

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Why do you need such a strange thing? Happy

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It's cool

Because I find it cool and it add a little animation before the starting Happy

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For now, just change the image on the various screens.
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I will probably do that !

It looks nice actually.
I think that Mircosoft should let the user customize Windows as he want, it could be cool.

Thank you for your help ! Happy

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