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FVL can handle grayscale (1-channel) frames; obviously it happens 3 times faster.

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What about videos with essentially non-periodic parts?

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When you know the seam is there, it's easily detectable despite all the blurring.


The perception of a seam may depend on the region of the video you are looking at.

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Almost all falling snowflakes have gone after the looping.


Waves and ripples, common example of natural periodicity.

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Notice the seagull's (or whatever bird that is) quick flight remains.


Here the camera drifts in the beginning, which provides another kind of rapture, and the focus of the looped video varies.

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Another watery scene. Spectrum cut conceals the seam... and sucks the «life» from the world.

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We've already seen what looping does with non-periodic videos. Finally, we apply it to a discontinuous one.

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A glitchy crossfade, indeed.


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