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Tip #807: Create Looped Video for Live Streams
Loops fill time or background when you don’t have anything else to show.
This article, written by Charles Yeager, first appeared in PremiumBeat.com. This is a summary.
You’ve probably seen video loops on so many live streams that you don’t even give them a second thought. Here are some common loop examples:
- Pre-Roll Loops: These video loops play before a live stream begins to give viewers a chance to settle in.
- Live Radio/Podcast: These loops provide viewers with something of visual interest when people/subjects aren’t on screen.
- Animation Scene Loops: These are looping animation scenes, frequently used on lo-fi music channels and other music broadcast channels.
The link (above) has a step-by-step tutorial on how to create a looped video, including the software you’ll need, and look at some common video loop examples.
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