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  1. Apologies for starting yet another "carousel" related topic, but I was hoping some of the brilliant minds here could help me out. Is there a way to use GSAP to create an infinite looping "carousel" style animation that doesn't repeat the first element in the list, like this embedded CodePen? Mind you: I'm not looking for fancy controls to start or stop or reverse anything, just a simple, clean way to loop a bunch of items that also makes sense in a screen reader type of environment—no repetitions of items in the source code.
  2. Hi, i realise this is way too similar to this thread: http://forums.greensock.com/topic/4683-mp3loader-making-a-perfect-loop/ but since this is about a video, not an audio (and therefore, I don't have the "repeat" property), I thought I'd ask. My idea is to loop a video that I've loaded using VideoLoader, but I want it to be a seamless loop. My first (and obvious) approach was adding a listener for the VIDEO_COMPLETE event on the video, and then play the video again from 0: var video:VideoLoader= LoaderMax.getLoader([videoId]) as VideoLoader; video.addEventListener(VideoLoader.VIDEO_COMPLETE, onVideoComplete); protected function onVideoComplete(event:LoaderEvent):void { var video:VideoLoader= event.target as VideoLoader; video.gotoVideoTime(0); video.playVideo(); } but this doesn't make it seamless, it freezes on the last frame of the video for a second or two, and then starts again. My second approach was adding a listener for the PLAY_PROGRESS event, and when the video reaches a certain sufficient point, start it from 0: var video:VideoLoader= LoaderMax.getLoader([videoId]) as VideoLoader; video.addEventListener(VideoLoader.PLAY_PROGRESS, onVideoComplete); protected function onVideoComplete(event:LoaderEvent):void { var video:VideoLoader= event.target as VideoLoader; if(video.playProgress >= 0.95){ video.gotoVideoTime(0); video.playVideo(); } } this made it better, but the same problem stays, it freezes (now not on the last frame, but on one of the last ones) and then starts all over. Is there a way to have a smooth loop, or another approach to make it smoother than these two I've tried? Thanks!
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