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video player loop from A to B?


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I seem to can't find a video player that allows you to loop between two points in a video (A-B). I thought VLC and Quicktime did this, but now I can't find the feature. Is there another player that allows this?

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VLC has an A-B loop but I cant figure out how to set the start and end points. Look in the Playback menu. Try looking in help for VLC.

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VLC has an A-B loop but I cant figure out how to set the start and end points. Look in the Playback menu. Try looking in help for VLC.
I've tried. Also downloaded the latest update/version. I was positive Quicktime also had A-B loop.
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Quicktime 7 Pro might. Don't think the new one does.
Don't currently have mine as Pro so cant check.

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