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How to Loop in Adobe Animate on Export

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Jul 25, 2019

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Hello, I made a short .2 second animation and I want to export it so that it will loop for 10 seconds. Is there a way for me to do this?

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Hopefully this GIF will be able to show you how to achieve this.

animate_cc_loop_export.gif

Basically:

- Copy all the frames from the main timeline by selecting the frames, right-clicking them and choosing Copy Frames;

- Insert a new symbol: Insert > New Symbol... (Ctrl/Cmd + F8);

- Inside of this newly created symbol, paste the copied frames by right-clicking and choosing Paste Frames;

- Drag and a drop a instance from this symbol from the Library to the stage;

- Align this new instance;

- Go to File > Export > Export Video...;

- Under Stop exporting, select After time elapsed;

- Type 10.

More info about frames:

Use frames and keyframes in Adobe Animate

Please let me know if you still have any further question.

Regards,

JC

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How to Loop in Adobe Animate on Export

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Hello, I made a short .2 second animation and I want to export it so that it will loop for 10 seconds. Is there a way for me to do this?

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Correct answer by JoãoCésar | Adobe Community Professional

Hopefully this GIF will be able to show you how to achieve this.

animate_cc_loop_export.gif

Basically:

- Copy all the frames from the main timeline by selecting the frames, right-clicking them and choosing Copy Frames;

- Insert a new symbol: Insert > New Symbol... (Ctrl/Cmd + F8);

- Inside of this newly created symbol, paste the copied frames by right-clicking and choosing Paste Frames;

- Drag and a drop a instance from this symbol from the Library to the stage;

- Align this new instance;

- Go to File > Export > Export Video...;

- Under Stop exporting, select After time elapsed;

- Type 10.

More info about frames:

Use frames and keyframes in Adobe Animate

Please let me know if you still have any further question.

Regards,

JC

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Hi.

- Go to File > Export > Export Video...;

- Under Stop exporting, select After time elapsed;

- Type 10.

This will make Animate CC record your animation during 10 seconds on export.

I hope this helps.

Regards,

JC

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Doesn't work. It only loops once and gets stuck on the last frame for the remaining 9.8 seconds

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Oh sorry.

I forgot to tell that you're gonna have to place your entire animation inside of a single Movie Clip instance.

Your main timeline should contain only one frame with this Movie Clip instance in it.

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Is there instructions on how to do this? I am confused. It works when I click Test Scene but not when I export

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Hopefully this GIF will be able to show you how to achieve this.

animate_cc_loop_export.gif

Basically:

- Copy all the frames from the main timeline by selecting the frames, right-clicking them and choosing Copy Frames;

- Insert a new symbol: Insert > New Symbol... (Ctrl/Cmd + F8);

- Inside of this newly created symbol, paste the copied frames by right-clicking and choosing Paste Frames;

- Drag and a drop a instance from this symbol from the Library to the stage;

- Align this new instance;

- Go to File > Export > Export Video...;

- Under Stop exporting, select After time elapsed;

- Type 10.

More info about frames:

Use frames and keyframes in Adobe Animate

Please let me know if you still have any further question.

Regards,

JC

__________________________________________
HTML5, JSFL, and AS3 samples: http://bit.ly/2mJgDoG

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