Q: What program do you use to make your gifs?
A: Photoshop CS5 & KMPlayer for screencaps.
Q: Where can I get it?
Buy it. Or sail to the Pirate Bay.
You can get it for free from their official website.
Q: How do you make your gifs? Teach me!
A: I’m soo bad at explaining things, but I’d recommend you to check out the gif tutorial-tag on Tumblr. It’s also good to check YouTube and find some video tutorials - they are very useful!
And that’s almost exactly how I make my gifs (I just sharpen them in a different way).
Q: My gifs aren’t moving when I upload them on Tumblr! Help?
A: Remember that any gifs you want to upload here, must have less than 1MB and can’t be wider than 500px. Try to delete some frames or change the size of the gif. You can also try to make your gif just in black & white! Less colours = “lighter” gif.
Q: How do you download videos from YouTube?
A: I use a Chrome extension - Ultimate YouTube Downloader. I usually download the high quality .mp4 files. If I want to make a very big gif (like 500x500 or 500x600), I try to download the HD version.
Q: Do you take requests?
A: Sure! Go to my ask and tell me what do you want me to gif. It would be great if you could find a specific clip on YouTube and send me a link to it. But please, remember - better quality of the clip = better gif. So it’s worth to spend some time on searching for it ;).
Q: What’s the difference between reblogging and reposting?
A: Check out this photoset. Also, I love what someone wrote about this once:
Basically, imagine someone cut and pasted a story you wrote into a new post.
Q: What video are those gifs from?
A: If those gifs are not from the movie, but from interview and stuff like this, it’s highly probable that you’ll find a small “(x)” below the gif/photoset - click it to watch the video.
Q: What movie are those gifs from?
A: Check out the tags below my original post.