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How to Loop Video in Windows Media Player

10/09/2011 05:41 by KCornell

First answer posted by AlbertAzose at 10/09/2011 05:41
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    1. Open Windows Media Player.

    2. Start the video you want to loop.

    3. Click on the "Repeat" button, which looks like an arrow going in a circle, to loop the video. You can also right-click on an empty space on the bottom toolbar where the control buttons are and a drop-down menu will appear. Run your mouse pointer over "Play" and click on "Repeat" to loop the video.

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