Colin Smith explains Seamless Looping Backgrounds in Adobe Premiere Pro

Seamless Looping Backgrounds in Adobe Premiere Pro

This tutorial shows you how to use the built-in Replicate and Offset effects to animate a seamless background that can be used for anything.

It also covers important tips about how to prevent looping objects from being “cut off”.

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