Thanks again Lilybiri.
So the only way is to rewind the slide, like your example? It causes a stutter that is not quite what we want. No way to just make the video reload and not the whole slide rewind?
Yes, if it is slide video, since that video can be controlled by Captivate. What is the problem? You don't reload the video, you just get back to the start of it.
Generally, I prefer slide video over event video for a number of reasons. For example, Slide Video allows for Closed Captioning and will play in sync with the rest of your Adobe Captivate project, but if you need the video to just keep running in a loop indefinately this is how you can do it.
I don't know why Captivates loop doesn't work, but if you execute this JS on slide enter, it will loop your video:
var interval = setInterval( checkExists, 100 );
if ( document.getElementsByTagName( 'video' ).length > 0 )
clearInterval( interval );
var vid = document.getElementsByTagName( 'video' )[ 0 ];
vid.loop = true;