While watching the YouTube videos, have you ever felt the need of looping only a part of the video? For instance, you are watching a tutorial of the Photoshop and need to practice a part of it. What do you do? Definitely, you will watch that part over and over again until you get it perfectly. But, while doing so you have to pull the slider of the video back to the right place again where it is needed for practice This may distract you. What if you can loop part of YouTube video you ware watching?
How to Loop a Part of YouTube Video
Well, you can avoid this by installing an add-on/extension for the web browser or you can watch the videos on the special web apps which have the function to loop the YouTube videos. Alternatively, you can install the Greasemonkey user scripts for your web browser.
YouTube Auto Replay – A Firefox Add-on
YouTube Auto Replay is the add-on available for the Firefox which loops YouTube videos. This add-on after installation displays a ‘Replay’ button below each YouTube video and when you hit the button for looping the current video it shows the options whether to loop part of the video or the entire video. If you select the part of the video then you need to enter the timings of the clip to loop.
Greasemonkey User Script
The User Scripts are the small scripts which work with the Greasemonkey add-on on Firefox but directly work on the Chrome browser without any installation of the Greasemonkey extension. Better Loopy for YouTube is the user script which can loop part of YouTube video or the entire video. The timing of the video to be looped needs to be entered on the interface of this script and hit the ‘loop’ button, then the clip is played in the loop mode.
This web app can loop part of YouTube video on their website itself. For all these websites you need to perform a search operation to fetch the videos from the YouTube and loop the videos on the website itself.
This web app loop part of YouTube video after selecting the clip of the video. You can share the videos with the popular social network sites like YouTube, Twitter, Google Plus and others.
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