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a very small script that lets you have a loop in your image sequence. It just checks the framenumber and when it reaches a certain value, it goes back to the first image of your sequence.
- add a file into your shader
- tell it to be an image sequence
- edit the expression (in this example it's file48)file48.frameExtension=frame; into :
(In this example I have 304 imagefiles that are a sequence, you have to edit this to the number of images you have. The variables $teller and $teller2 are just names, you can name it whatever you want. )
if ($teller2 file48.frameExtension = $teller2;
- that's it.
I know, everyone who has more then 5 seconds knowledge of mel or any other programming language could have come up with this....but for the ones who don't this could be usefull.