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Is there any way to put the video on repeat ?
Currently, there isn't a way to auto-repeat a video, I'm sorry! However, we’re always looking for ways to improve our service, so we’ll be passing your feedback along to the rest of our team for consideration.
Please let us know if you think of anything else!
Is there any update on bringing a repeat funtion to the app suite Angie?
If you are using the Amazon Fire TV or AndriodTV versions, they both offer the REPEAT 1 Functionality. We are hoping to have this added to all versions but please send a request to email@example.com and indicate that . you would love to see a repeat 1 feature and this will help because the more people that ask, the more likely they are to develop and implement. (I've been asking for this features since we started but not enough people apparently are asking them about this.) Sorry for the delay.
There is an app for Mac called SaveHollywood. It is a screen saver module which lets you play any video as a screen saver. - I have an on-demand subscription (no downloads) but with a downloaded video this might work. At least as a temporary solution.