Learn how to create an infinite loop with VFX stock or any type of footage. 

Today's Quick Tips tutorial covers a way to loop two or more clips that your viewers will never find thanks to some post-production magic! There's nothing better than having your audience completely fooled as to where your edited loop is.

For instance, you definitely do not want your audience to see a hard cut in your flame movements if there are multiple clips attempting a loop. So let Luke of ActionVFX show you how you can mesh multiple clips together to look like one seamless motion.

Can you tell where our Torch VFX clips are looped in the GIF below?

This Quick Tips tutorial covers:

  • Creating a convincing loop from your footage

  • Using The LoopMaker from aescripts + aeplugins

  • Where to align your keyframes and clips

  • Finding the right frame rate to composite with

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