How To Loop YouTube Videos For Eternity

Uzair Ghani
Posted 8 months ago

Here’s how you can loop a video on YouTube and have it play for eternity. Complete details can be found here.

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YouTube has become the go-to service for a lot of users on the Web, even big artists to showcase their work in the quickest and most effective fashion possible. While many of us have found a ton of use-cases in which we can utilize Google’s massive video service, there are some of us who like to go above and beyond the usual and try something different at any given point.

Case in light, today we’ll show our readers how they loop videos on YouTube so that they can watch one particular clip over and over again until their computer dies down or someone forces them to shut it off.

All set? Let’s begin.

Loop YouTube Videos For Eternity? Why? Because, Why Not!

1. Open on your PC or Mac using the Web browser.

2. Search for the video which you wish to loop. For no good reason at all we’re going to pick Nyan Cat for the sake of this guide, but of course, your choice can be different.

3. Once the video starts playing, right click on the YouTube player.

4. See the option labelled ‘Loop’? Click on it.


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That’s it, the video will keep on playing until you forcefully stop it at any given point.

While many of you might be thinking that it’s absolutely pointless to loop a video, but in a lot of cases it might actually be useful. For instance, you’re going through an online lesson and you wish to go through it over and over again, in that case, the ‘Loop’ feature can be a mighty savior for you.

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We recommend that you give the feature a shot at least once. While many of you will debunk the feature and deem it useless, like I did for a small while, but we’re certain that a small subset of you will also find it useful.

Google keeps on adding new features to YouTube on a regular basis, and we’re certain it will definitely thrown in an improvement to the loop feature where users will be granted the power to loop a particular section of a video rather than the whole thing.

If you found the above YouTube related tip quite handy, then be sure to let us know about it in the comments section below. Also let us know which video you chose to loop first before anything else.

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