How to repeat YouTube video
What can be more bothering and pesky than a necessity to click “play” or “repeat” every several minutes? What if you just want to immerse yourself in your daily routine and have a soft and unobtrusive musical background, without getting distracted by tracks you never chose?
Sometimes video editors have to put a YouTube video on repeat in order to pick out the tiniest details or check if the visual fits the music. There are so many cases when we deal with looping – and one universal solution.
Upload the content
Open Online Video Looper by Clideo in any browser on your mobile phone, iPad, PC or Mac. Click an arrow on the right side of the big blue button to call a dropdown menu. Past a URL to the selected YouTube video in the field.
You may also upload your own recording or choose any file from two cloud storages: Dropbox and Google Drive.
If you want to loop a certain part of the video, cut it first and save the needed section only.
Clideo isn’t an app, so you don’t have to install it on your personal device, wasting precious memory. It works fast and efficiently as long as you have a stable Internet connection and allows you to upload and edit up to 500MB for free.
Put YouTube video on loop
Choose the number of repetitions on the right side (from 2 to 6). The clip length on the lower bar will change accordingly. Hit the ∞ sign to turn the visual into a GIF (in that case, your clip will be automatically muted).
Don’t forget to set the output format – or keep the initial one. When all the settings are chosen, click “Loop” and wait for a while.
Save the looped video
Have a preview to get sure that you are happy with the result.
If you are not – return to editing and make all the necessary amendments. After that save the clip or GIF to your personal device or cloud storages.