How to Make a Repeating Video Clip?

You’ve probably come across looped videos on your social media feed plenty of times. Some can be funny, some intriguing, and others downright annoying.  

Even with limited video editing skills, it’s easy to learn how to make a looped video of a hilarious or eye-catching moment in 3 quick steps using Keevi. And then use it to entertain or educate your social media followers.

With our free online video editing tool, you can trim your video or cut out the scene you want. You can then loop it as many times as you wish or create infinite loops by turning it into a GIF. All these are achievable in a few clicks. 

If YouTube is your favorite source of videos, Keevi allows you to extract a video directly, capture your favorite part and replay it endlessly.

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How Do I Loop a Video?

Making a video loop is an excellent way to add emphasis, humor, and even dramatic effect to your content or message. And their impact lasts longer than the few minutes they take to make.

We will show you how you can use Keevi to create video loop. You can create a loop of a frame or a scene or loop a video uploaded on YouTube. You then get to save it or share it directly to your social media channels.   

If you have a long video, it’s best to make it shorter for it to be most effective. A short looped video will tell your story briefly and without losing your audience’s attention.  


Upload Your Video

In Keevi’s upload panel, choose the video you want to loop or turn into a GIF by clicking “Browse.” You can also:

  • Record a hilarious short clip.
  • Extract a video from YouTube by inserting its link in the space provided.
  • Choose an exciting video from Keevi’s in-built library of royalty-free videos.

Once you have your video in Keevi, you can move to the next step and make a video loop or GIF. Or you could first edit your video by:

  • Making it shorter by trimming it. On the timeline, click on the handles on the video’s sub-track, which looks like a tiny pause button, and drag to your preferred size.
  • Cutting parts of the video so that you have one scene as an independent looping video. Use the split function by clicking the start time of the part you want to remove and selecting “Split,” then click on its end time and select “Split.” Then click on the delete icon to get rid of the unwanted part.

Keevi also allows you to change the size of the video and optimize it for social media channels. Under “Settings,” click the drop-down menu that’s in the “Select Format” section, and choose the right size.

You could also change the volume of the video, click on the sub-track on the timeline. Under “Video Settings,” reduce or increase the volume. 

Add the Number of Repetitions

The next task is to select the number of times you want the video to loop. You can choose to loop your video up to ten times for a more dramatic effect. Then click on “Loop Video.”

More repetitions mean the loop video will be longer. If you are not happy with its length, you can trim it or cut some parts out.

At this point, you can choose to edit your looped video further.

You have the option to:

  • Add background music or a voice-over by clicking on “Add Media” then “Add Audio.”  
  • Add an image. Click “Add Media” then select “Add Image.”
  • Add animated or basic text or use automatic subtitles. For text, click “Text” and type your words. Click “Subtitles” to automatically generate subtitles.
  • Add emojis to your video loop by selecting “Stickers” and making your choice under “Emojis.”

Save Your Loop Video  

Once you have selected the number of times you want the loop to run, tap “Export” to render the video within seconds. 

You will then get the option to download the loop video in its original file format or download it as a GIF. You can also share it directly on your social media channels.


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How to Make a Looping Video?

You can make a looping video in 3 easy steps using Keevi. And the best thing about Keevi is that you don’t have to download software or an app.

  1. Upload your video to Keevi.
  2. Add the number of repetitions for your loop video. Click on “Loop Video.”
  3. Download your loop video or save it as a GIF.
How to Make a Short Video Loop?

You can make a short video loop online by using Keevi—an online content editing tool:

  1. Upload your short video to Keevi or extract it from YouTube. If the video is long, make it short by trimming it or cutting some parts out.
  2. Choose the number of times you want to loop your video and click on “Loop Video.”
  3. Click “Export,” and Keevi will render your video in seconds. You can download the short video in its original format or as a GIF.
How to Make a Video Repeat Over and Over?

You can make an entire video or a scene in the video repeat endlessly.

  1. Upload your video to Keevi. If you only want a video scene to repeat, cut out the rest of the video using Keevi’s split function.
  2. Select the number of times you want it to loop and click on “Loop Video.”
  3. Click “Export” and download your video. Or download it as a GIF.
What Does it Mean to Make a Video Loop?

Making a video loop simply means making a video replay every time it comes to an end. You can make it replay endlessly by saving it as a GIF or choose the number of times you want it to repeat itself.

How to Loop a Video and Save It?

You can loop a video online using Keevi and save it on your computer:

  1. Upload your video.
  2. Select the number of times you want your video to loop.
  3. Tap “Export,” and Keevi will render your video in a few seconds. You can save it on your computer in its original file format or save it as a GIF.   

Why Keevi?

  • Keevi is free and cloud-based. It does not require any downloads.
  • It is beginner-friendly and fast. You can create video loop in a few clicks.
  • Keevi provides plenty of customization features to make your loop video more engaging—all in one tool.
  • You can customize the size of your video loop for social media and share it directly in your channels.
  • You get the option to save your loop video as a GIF.

How Keevi Compares to Other Video Editing Tools

Keevi Video Editing Software
You get to make video loops online; no downloads or installations are required. You need to download a software or app and subscribe to loop your video.
Provide multiple options to source your video, including YouTube. And if you don’t have a video, you can choose from thousands of royalty-free videos provided by Keevi. Provides only one option to source your videos.
Keevi is fast and smooth. You can create video loop in under five minutes. Ad interruptions and glitches often make the process slower.
An intuitive user interface. You can make a video loop in a few clicks without undergoing any training. You need to be an experienced video editor to make video loop.
Maintains the quality of your video even after trimming and splitting. Video quality decreases after changing the size of the original video.

Why You Should Consider Making Video Loops

Studies show that people form impressions in just 1/20th of a second. The fact is that time could be even shorter.

Despite this limitation, you can still capture your audience’s attention within the first milliseconds of your video by ensuring it’s compelling from the start. Then make it short and repetitive, which are the two superpowers of a loop video.

The simplicity of a brief video combined with the power of repetition will keep your content stuck in your audience’s minds.

What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

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Static and dynamic content editing

A rich text element can be used with static or dynamic content. For static content, just drop it into any page and begin editing. For dynamic content, add a rich text field to any collection and then connect a rich text element to that field in the settings panel. Voila!

How to customize formatting for each rich text

Headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, figures, images, and figure captions can all be styled after a class is added to the rich text element using the "When inside of" nested selector system.