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How to loop a video?

Community Beginner ,
Feb 29, 2020

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I made a simple six-second video for a game I am making, so I need it to loop.

 

When my video gets to the end it like cuts off, so if you loop the video in any player, game, media viewer etc... on a computer, you do not get the video seamlessly looping.

 

How do I achieve this in Adobe Premiere Elements? (not pro)

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How to loop a video?

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I made a simple six-second video for a game I am making, so I need it to loop.

 

When my video gets to the end it like cuts off, so if you loop the video in any player, game, media viewer etc... on a computer, you do not get the video seamlessly looping.

 

How do I achieve this in Adobe Premiere Elements? (not pro)

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It's not possible in any program that I know of to make a video that loops on its own.

 

But several media players have ways to make a video loop -- even DVD players. You don't say what device you're playing your video on and what player you're using, but VLC Media Player, for instance, can be set to loop a video you're playing on your computer.

 

EDIT--

Or are you talking about creating a looping GIF for posting on the internet? That definitely IS possible in version 2020 of Premiere Elements!

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Um, yes I think you are right, it seems in Unity game engine there are a few solutions around this, to make the video loop properly, as it seems no matter what video player I play it in, there is this slight cut off at the end. Talking of which is there a way to PLAY the video ON LOOP withing premiere elements? Additionally, how would I create this GIF you are talking about just to ensure I cover all bases here.

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Here's my tutorial on creating animated GIFs.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DzfVdAqd9k

If you've got any questions, please drop by our free Community Forum at Muvipix.com or see our complete book "The Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Element...

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