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I have no clue what you are trying to tell us here. You can define framerates by setting up your compositions accordingly and/or interpreting your footage. The rest is merely a matter of placing your keyframes.
Read up on Time Remapping.
Precomp your PS layers you want to loop. Then apply Time Remap to the precomp. That will allow you to control which frames are played at what time on the timeline. You can use HOLD keyframes to stay on the frame until the next keyframe. So, set a key where you want it to start to loop. Goto the last frame of the loop and add another key. Set that one to HOLD. Then goto where you want it to start to loop again. Copy the first keyframe you set (start of loop). Delete the other keyframes (at the end, and at the beginning, if your loop doesn't start at first frame of comp.) Select the 3 keys of the loop and copy, paste, to get it to keep looping....
I think I understood well what you've said.
But still I can't solve the problem, even using time remapping.
I sure it's stupid problem but I don't know what is the solution.
I'll try to explain myself in most bright way:
Because the first animation is VERY short (less than 1 sec),
the whole time-line scale is tiny. The values are in 01f, 02f, etc.
And the new animation is limited to this border of time: less than 1 sec, and its just cut off in the middle. How can I change the scale of the time-line? (to seconds)
Change the duration of the timeline using Composition/Composition Settings.
Zoom scale using Ctrl(Cmnd)+ and Ctrl(Cmd)-