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PrismicStudios says

When I submit a loop, can I loop it twice for the preview to demonstrate the loop point’s transition or do I submit the loop as it is with the watermark?

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petrenj says

Interesting question.Lets wait for someones wise replay :) For the first time before 5 days I submitted loop file.

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PrismicStudios says

I’m sitting with the upload screen open in another tab, I think i’m going to submit the one that I made with two loops and see what they say.

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permian says

Usually I lay 2 loops in a row in preview.

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SoundFix says

As long as you specify the actual length of the loop for pricing purposes

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