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  • #: 223073
  • Price: $2.99 In Apple Store
  • Category: Photography
  • Updated: 2012-06-09
  • Current Version: 1.1.1
  • 1.1.1
  • Size: 0.20 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Luc Courchesne
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later
  • © Luc Courchesne
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Looper plays your .mp4 videos in an infinite loop.

Load sequences to play in a loop:

Connect the iPad to your computer and launch iTunes.

In iTunes, select your iPad and open its Applications tab.

Scroll down and select the Looper icon in the storage bay.

Click on the [+] sign to add a video to be looped. 
To remove a video from Looper, click on the title and press the [backspace] key.

Please note that only MPEG4 (.mp4) videos will play in Looper*.

Loop a sequence:

Launch Looper on you iPad. The last selected video will start to play instantly.

Tap the screen once to pause or play the video.

Tap the screen twice to displays the controls: 

- Adjust the sound using the slide bar.

- Access the playlist to change the video sequence to be looped.

- Access the Looper information page.

Use the button on the iPad’s edge to turn the screen on and off.

If the iPad shuts down, simply restart using the button on the iPad’ edge and launch

To find out more about Looper and Luc Courchesne, please visit http://courchel.net

*You can convert your existing videos into .mp4 files using video editing software.

What's New in Version 1.1.1

Fix a bug where the control overlay wouldn't disappear.

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4/5 stars

Requires expertise, but does work

This app does exactly what it says it does, loop mp4 movies. The trick is, it doesn't access movies in your library, rather you need to use Quicktime 7 or another app to output your videos in mp4 format. Then you use the file sharing feature to attach them to the Looper app. On a Mac, this can all be done, but its not obvious how to unless you've had some experience messing around with video compression. But if you need looping video, its a lifesaver. Thanks Luc.


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