I am trying to make several identical objects seem as if they are one continuous loop.
I understand I have to find the correct CTI placement on each object for the merge to come off smoothly, but
what I am trying to figure out is if there is a way to fade the ends of each perspective object at the point of
merging then slide the object into the correct postition. This was an old trick I used in another program to
match the exact point where the loops won't create a 'screen glitch' at that point of playback that would be noticable...
*The selected video object, under the green arrow, in the image above has a reverse attribute already
AS ALWAYS THANKS IN ADVANCE
Once you find the point where things loop (or nearly do) just create several copies of the clip and put them, end to end, on the timeline with the Cross Dissolve transition between them.
For a "match-point" process, I find that doing an A-B Roll edit (where each Clip is on a separate Timeline, one above the other) is my best workflow. I will temporarily adjust the Opacity of the upper one, to about 50% and just slide it along, until I get my "match-point." once done, one can then Trim the upper Clip, as is necessary (click-drag on the Head of that Clip). One might find it good to leave some Handles, and then add a Cross-Dissolve Transition to that Head,.