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How to Loop Video Footage at Demonstrations

Playing video footage of cruelty to animals during demonstrations can be a great way to inform passersby about what’s really going on inside the industries that abuse animals.

Here’s how you can loop the footage so that you have to press “Play” only once.

With an Internet Connection

The easiest way to loop videos if you have an Internet connection is by going to InfiniteLooper.com. Paste the YouTube link into the search box, and your video will play on loop!

You can even loop just a certain section of the video by using the scrolling timeline right below the video.

Without an Internet Connection

Oftentimes, you won’t have an Internet connection at demonstrations, so you’ll have to download the video to your device.

Download a Video

Click the link to download the PETA video that best fits your demo.

Factory Farming/Vegan

Animals in Entertainment

Animals Used for Clothing

Animal Testing

The ‘Pet’ Trade

If you need another PETA video not listed here, please contact PETA’s Action Team at ATeam@peta.org.

Looping the Video

Windows Media Player (PC Users)

  • Open Windows Media Player.
  • Start the video.
  • Hit the button by the play button that looks like an arrow going in a circle.
  • Your video will now loop!

Quicktime (Mac users)

  • Open the video in Quicktime.
  • Go to the “View” menu at the top.
  • Click “Loop.”
  • Your video will now loop!

iPad

  • Import the video footage into iPhoto on your computer.
  • Put the movie in its own album in iPhoto.
  • Plug your iPad into your computer and sync your photos to it. Make sure that the new album is selected and the “Include videos” box is checked.
  • Go to “Settings” and then “Photos” from your iPad’s home screen. Change the “Repeat” option for slideshows to “On.”
  • Go to your “Photos” window and select the new album. Then hit the “Slideshow” button.
  • Your video will now loop!

Android Tablet

Kindle Fire

Now you’re ready to loop mind-changing footage at your next demo! If you have questions, e-mail us at ATeam@peta.org. We’d be happy to help.

Happy looping!

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