try adding a gotoAndPlay(1) or gotoAndPlay(2)
It didnt work. Not sure why because it loops GREAT while still as an SWF,
The loop is only obvious after it is converted to mpeg2.
Im not using it online, but motion background. Is this just the way it is or is there a better converter I can use?
i don't know but there are inherent problems converting a swf to any other file type.
why can't you use a swf? or, failing that, if all your animation is on the main timeline and there's no code needed, try an animated gif.
If you make the player to loop the video, when the video finishes, it will stop and then play again. So this problem does exist.
Or you can use the converter mentioned to record the loops of the swf file as video (maybe loop 10 times) .
I hadn't thought of that. it worked perfectly. I made the original loop (s) for about 35 seconds but I needed them for approx 5 minutes each . So I just converted them as 5minutes worth of loops. By the time it skips, it would have been turned off anyway. Talk about my thinking like a total noob. Luv ya