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Your rainbow is strongly shaded yellow and violet.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What is says about you: You are a joyful person. You appreciate beauty and craftsmanship. You're good at getting people to like you. You are patient and will keep trying to understand something until you've mastered it.

Find the colors of your rainbow at spacefem.com.






LOL I GOT MATSUMIYA COLOURS :D ♥ I think it describes me too ^^

I'll just leave this public so everyone can known that [personal profile] riri = her otp ♥
This entry is for [profile] shongkinamez who wanted to learn how to make gifs :D I'll keep it as a public entry in case it helps anyone else too. ^^

Well for this I'm using Adobe Photoshop CS5 on Windows 7, but I know it works exactly the same on a Mac since I used to have one. You must use the 32 bit version; you can't do it with the 64 bit.

The first step is to find a movie file that you want to make a gif out of. !!IMPORTANT!! FOR THIS TO WORK IN CS5, THE VIDEO HAS TO BE IN MP4 OR MOV FORMAT. I've never actually used it with mov, but I hear it works. I usually do mp4. AVI WILL NOT WORK. But don't worry; you can convert avi to mp4 easily! I use a program called "Any Video Converter" which works like a charm, but there are plenty of good converters out there for Windows and Mac. You can download Any Video Converter here [Windows only, I think.]

If you are using Photoshop CS4, avi will work just fine. I'm not sure about any versions of Photoshop that are earlier than that, but I think CS3 works with avi too.

After you have a mp4 [or mov] video in mind to use, it's time to open photoshop!

the rest is under the cut for screenshots )

and the finished product should be something like...



I hope that my instructions were clear! Please comment here with any questions! :3

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