That could be a problem with the way AVIs plays. I often (always?) get
these jumps when I do animation that loops. Or it could be that your
animation begins and ends with the same perspective and object-positions
(two pictures that looks the same), therefor giving the impression of a jump
or holdup. So maybe youre doing it right. I would try to cut the
loop-sequence together in Quicktime Movieplayer or Premiere just to see that
its not your AVI player that screws up, or that it has two equal frames.
Hope this helps...
>If I have say a ripple, or a noise modifier and I want the effect to loop
>seemlessly over 100 frames (for easiness) what do I set the start/end phase
>parameter to ? I always seem to get a little jump when looping the avi on
>Thanx in advance.