Hey guys,I just came across this site that allows you to loop a part of a YouTube video.It's called InfiniteYouTube.I've just messed with it briefly, but it looks like this could be pretty useful.Here's the link:http://www.infiniteyoutube.com/You have to copy and paste the YouTube link into InfiniteYouTube's search box, then the video will come up.It looks like the best way to work it, is to let the entire video load, or at least the parts where you want to start & end the loop.
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Instead of looping the video in your browser, you just have to copy it in your hard disk. You have addons with Mozila Firefox to download video on youtube and in Internet Explorer, once the video is downloaded, it is in the Internet Temporary Files (in the internet option - history).Then you play with your video player again and again, it is very handy (you can, with some programw, put the video in slow motion when it gets tough ;)).