How to Loop Background Music in Adobe Premiere Pro

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Premiere Pro has been Adobe's elite video-editing program for almost a decade. The latest Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 package includes seamless Adobe Audition integration, multi-screen video preview, adjustable playback resolution and real-time video effects rendering. You can loop background music within Adobe Premiere Pro by selecting a clip from the Audio Bin and clicking the "Loop" button.

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  1. 1

    Open the Adobe Premiere Pro application. Click "File" and then choose "Open Project." Navigate the browser window and select the project you want to use.

  2. 2

    Double-click the "Audio Bin" folder in upper-left corner of the program. Scroll through the list of available audio tracks. Select the background music file you want to use.

  3. 3

    Click the "Loop" button in the left viewing window. The "Loop" button contains an arrow in a rectangular shape. Click the "Play" button to the left of the "Loop" button. The background music will play repeatedly until you press the "Stop" button.

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