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jumping to the next loop after end of sound loop

jumping to the next loop after end of sound loop

jumping to the next loop after end of sound loop

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Is there a way to jump immediately to the next sound loop after the previous loop ends. if not, how can you overcome this problem where a loop doesn't end perfectly at the end of the frame ? I have tried stream, I have tried a goto(next frame) and play action but this didn't solve the problem.

thanks

RE: jumping to the next loop after end of sound loop

This is a tricky problem because it so hard to measure when the loops gonna end because everyone connects at different speeds to the internet. I would try to time it as close as I could get, using the preview in a browser option. when you get them as close as you can then insert a keyframe in the frame right before the next loop starts, under properties give that frame the "STOP ALL SOUNDS" function. This will stop the first loop if it allready hasent finnished and will let the next one begin. To smooth things out you could fade the second one in istead of starting it off immediatly.

Todd Norris
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Hope this helps !

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