Animated Logo - Still no support in Camtasia 2019

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There ist still no support for extending CLIPs placed on the TIMELINE in Camtasia 2019. 

Adding a very "short animation clip" (e.g a "company logo", -> endless looped animation file, ~ 20sec) is not a real solution, since currently this clip must be copied manually serveral times on the timeline to fill up e.g. 20min long presentation !!

Extending a single frame of a clip is support, extending the whole clip (repeat from beginning) is NOT. WHY ?

  .... must be repeated 100x  ?????


FEATURE NEEDs to be ADDED !!! Right ?


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kayakman, Champion

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assuming the company logo clip is a video clip, you can extend its play time by applying clip speed adjustment; this will make the clip play slower if you extend its duration using a adjustment factor less than 1.0

if you use the same logo clip a lot, try making one long playing sequence [copying], then add to Library so you can grab and trim for use in other projects
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Thanks, but unfortunately this is not a very practicable solution ...

Lot of motion logos (~tv station logo) are often rendered at 30fps and are running from 2-10 seconds (e.g. "one full rotation of an item" ). Streching this 360 degree animation now to period of e.g. 20 minutes  ...  useless !

Note:  I have already added also this clip my own library - but thanks for the hint ...

Extending a "movie clip" (=repeating) is not very complicated ... lot of low-cost video editing software solutions do have this feature. 
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It sounds like what you are looking for is the ability to "loop" the media and set the duration to some specific length. Is that correct?

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