How to Loop a YouTube Video

Looping a YouTube video allows you to continuously repeat the same video without having to manually replay it. Here’s how to loop a YouTube video using different methods:

1. Using the YouTube Loop Feature:

  1. Open the YouTube video you want to loop in your web browser.
  2. Right-click on the video player to bring up a context menu.
  3. In the context menu, select “Loop.” This will enable the loop feature, and the video will automatically start playing again once it reaches the end.

2. Using the URL Method:

  1. Open the YouTube video you want to loop in your web browser.
  2. In the video’s URL, add “repeater” after “youtube.” For example, change “youtube.com” to “youtuberepeater.com.”
  3. Press Enter to load the video on the repeater website, which will automatically set the video to loop.

3. Using Third-Party Websites:

There are various third-party websites that offer loop functionality for YouTube videos. One popular option is “ListenOnRepeat.” Here’s how to use it:

  1. Open the YouTube video you want to loop in your web browser.
  2. In the video’s URL, remove “youtube” and replace it with “listenonrepeat.” For example, change “youtube.com” to “listenonrepeat.com.”
  3. Press Enter to load the video on the ListenOnRepeat website, which will allow you to loop the video.

4. Using Browser Extensions:

There are browser extensions available for Chrome and other browsers that can add loop functionality to YouTube. For example, the “Magic Actions for YouTube” extension includes a loop button.

  1. Install the browser extension from the respective extension store (e.g., Chrome Web Store).
  2. Open the YouTube video you want to loop.
  3. Use the loop button provided by the extension to enable looping for the video.

Remember that while these methods allow you to loop YouTube videos, they might not work on all devices or in all situations. Additionally, features on third-party websites and browser extensions might change over time. Always exercise caution and ensure the security of the websites and extensions you use.

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