Looping video on TV

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  1. AFKMatrix

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    Hi there,

    We have a Sony KDL-40R453B tv here at work. Now what we would like to do is to loop two wmv videos one after the other and then this repeats.

    Is there anyway apart from combining the 2 wmv files to make this happen?

    Thanks.
     
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    Why, you thinking of robbing somewhere?;):D
     
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    Hi Wiz,

    I am very confused by you post, not sure how that is relevent lol?
     
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    Robbers loop video so they are not caught on camera
     
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    Depending on the resolution, create a DVD or Blu-Ray with the end action of the second title set to the the first chapter point of the first title.
     
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    You should be able to start playing the first video, press options and then a repeat option will be there. First choose playback target and select all clips, then go into repeat and choose repeat all. Job done, no faffing around with combining clips or buying media players
     
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    The only problem with the onboard player is that quite often WMV clips either won't play or don't have sound and the repeat / menu / progress bar appears as the clips start.

    Encoding as MP4 is generally better and a £55 basic player is not a big investment for a business to make!
     

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