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Looping in windows movie maker 2008-05-27 10:45:25 Reply

How do you make a slideshow loop forever in Windows Movie Maker?

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Response to Looping in windows movie maker 2008-05-27 10:48:19 Reply

At 5/27/08 10:45 AM, Davoo wrote: How do you make a slideshow loop forever in Windows Movie Maker?

Hmm....Forever and ever...We love on to each other...And ever and aver....We will se it...Forever and ever....I like this song.

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Response to Looping in windows movie maker 2008-05-27 10:52:31 Reply

At 5/27/08 10:48 AM, Franklin-Moore wrote: Not possible.

That's bullcrap! It seems totally standard to include a loop feture. Oh well...

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Response to Looping in windows movie maker 2008-05-27 11:22:04 Reply

copy and paste the clip for so long till someone will get bored watching it and claim it to be a loop.


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Response to Looping in windows movie maker 2008-05-27 11:40:43 Reply

You can't loop a video file, unless you have the media player you play it on set to looping the video, in which case just have the frames you want and have it like that. But you can't really upload a loop to a video site like YouTube because video files don't loop.

Flash files can but you can't export .swfs in Movie Maker last time I looked, lol.

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Response to Looping in windows movie maker 2008-05-27 12:32:45 Reply

Yeah, the video will automatically stop at the end of the video. It's down to the media player settings. Somewhere in the preferences or settings for whatever media player you're using there'll be the option to loop continuously.