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What's up YouTube? Creative Ice Designs here and today I'm going to show you how to make an animated MySpace banner. This has been a request by many, many people and now that I'm back from holidays, here it is. Alright, first thing I want you to do is make your banner. To me around 800x400 pixels. And you just make your banner. Yeah. As you can see here, I have a very basic plain example of a banner. And let's say I want to make the text flash. So what we want to do is go rainbow, animation. And as you can see this pops up. You either see this or a box like this. If you see something like this, press this little button here. No idea what it called, but convert to frame animation. Yeah. Press that. And you’ll see this. This is where we work on. It has like make new frames all this and that. Delete frames, adjust the time settings, all that. Alright. Let's make it flash. What you want to do now is make a new layer by duplicating and turn off something. As you can see, the image change at time. Okay. And just play it. As you can see it flashes, it’s a bit too fast I think. Yeah, whatever, you basically see it. You can also, let me delete that, you can also make it like sliding in to the window by like your delay. New layer. Then there. And after you do that, you just press shift. While holding those. And over here, put a tween and put roughly 15. Press OK. As you can see, it goes in, it’s really slow in the video right now. It’s not actually like that. It’s really slow in the video; it’s probably because I'm running loads of things in my laptop at the moment. But when you're doing it and upload it to your MySpace layout, it won't be that slow. I promise you. And that’s pretty much it. That’s the basic on how to make an animated MySpace banner. And just play around. Advance in your skills. Thank you for watching. Please comment, rate, and subscribe.