Selecting a loop type will define the behaviour of your cinemagraph loop. There are two types of loops you can select for your cinemagraph: bounce and repeat. Learn how to shoot and create the perfect loop for your cinemagraph in the tutorials below. 

Bounce Loop

As the name suggests, a bounce loop will bounce the motion in your cinemagraph back and forth. Bounce loops are best suited for cinemagraphs featuring motion which travels back and forth. Some examples of moving subjects that would suit a bounce loop are trees, hair, and garments.

Repeat Loop

A repeat loop will repeat the motion in your cinemagraph from beginning to end. Repeat loops are best suited for cinemagraphs featuring motion which travels in a single direction. Some examples of moving subjects that would suit a repeat loop are water, transportation, and smoke.

Crossfade will determine the type of transition between the end and beginning of your trim. Use the slider to increase or decrease the crossfade for cinemagraphs using a repeat loop. 

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