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How to turn loop on or off for videos on a scene
How to turn loop on or off for videos on a scene

Here's how you can manage looping videos on a scene.

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Written by Mmekobong Silas
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Videos added to scenes—whether they're stock visuals or uploaded—will loop by default. This default setting ensures that if the video duration is shorter than the scene duration, all videos within the scene will loop to ensure continuity. However, you have the option to manage this feature by turning looping on or off according to your preference.

How to Adjust Looping:

  1. On the storyboard, go to the scene of interest and select the specific video you want to adjust. Remember, a scene may contain multiple videos, so it's important to select the correct one.

  2. Next, go to the visual toolbar which you will find at the top of the viewport.

  3. If the scene duration exceeds the length of the selected video, looping will be activated by default. Click the 'Loop Visual' button to disable looping for the selected video.

  4. You can easily turn looping on or off by clicking the same button again.

  5. You can then preview your video to see the applied changes.

Points to note:

  • The loop feature is available by default for Script to Video and Article to Video.

  • For video editing scenarios, the 'Loop' option is accessible specifically for scenes with B-Roll videos.

And that’s how easy it is to manage video looping within your scenes.

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