justin138's profile

October 9th, 2004
1 day ago
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$2.62 $2.62

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1 day ago justin138 viewed ?hack some codes.
5 days ago justin138 viewed ?What do I want on YTMND.
5 days ago justin138 searched for "space monks".
August 17th, 2015 justin138 viewed ?Picard Song.
August 10th, 2015 justin138 viewed dugyj's profile.

most recent sites

title views votes rating creation
?hack some codes 245 2 (2.00)  2012-12-17
?(Heat Ending Spoilers) I told you I'm never go... 6,831 74 (4.36)  2012-07-24
?LOL 534 3 (3.00)  2007-11-29
?fred phelps on babies 2,051 3 (3.33)  2007-04-06
?im a pisces 572 4 (3.00)  2007-02-03

highest rated sites

title views votes rating creation
?(Heat Ending Spoilers) I told you I'm never go... 6,831 74 (4.36)  2012-07-24
?old man marley 4,747 28 (3.89)  2005-10-31
?fred phelps on babies 2,051 3 (3.33)  2007-04-06
?LOL 534 3 (3.00)  2007-11-29
?Mr. Bennett - MORTAL CHEMISTRY [Refresh] 2,872 6 (3.00)  2005-09-11

recent comments

August 29th, 2012
Thanks for all the kind words, guys. I'd love to see more like this. I absolutely love the idea of high resolution .GIF files - it's just a shame Windows Vista and 7 removed support for active wallpapers using HTML and GIF. There's no way to really view these as a wallpaper. I think the closest you can get is making it a video file, then using desktop wallpaper features of a video player like VLC. I have a strong belief that quality "HD" YTMND's like this can bring a big following back to this great site. The kicker is that the size on this YTMND is no larger than the average YTMND - because most people simply do not bother to compress their work!

This was captured from my blu-ray disc using AnyDVD to beat the encryption and allow me to play using Media Player Classic HD. I strung them all together with CS5 afterwards and tweaked compression and brightness to reduce blackness artifacts. Using Photoshop for .GIFs is INSANELY easy and I highly recommend googling a tutorial and using that instead of any GIF making software. Furthermore, it's always a good idea to run your audio through dbpoweramp or another program to compress it when uploading.

The funniest part of the whole thing? The ending scene is fairly long, has A LOT of frames, of course. [b]Towards the end, Deniro actually [u]blinks[/u] when he's supposed to be dead.[/b] Guess they missed it in post processing, but easily noticeable on the blu-ray edition of the film.

Thanks for the favorites and comments!
November 28th, 2006
On on the site ?(nsfw) kkkramer
OLD VERSION: http://zenixstudios.com/x/db3kramer_rap.mp3
September 12th, 2006
fourth paragraph got me.
September 4th, 2006
the sync is fine. refresh your browser or get a non-sh*tty computer that can actual withstand a gif and an mp3 at the same time