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Loop iPhoto Slide Shows

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I've got several slideshows created in iPhoto, and I want them to all be shown in a continuous loop.  Is that possible?  If so, is it simple enough that you could tell me briefly how it is done?
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Question by:Dave_Molinaro
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by:iPinky
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look in the settings of the slideshow.. there you can select to repeat the show. you will find more help to find where the slideshow settings are in the user help (which is ALWAYS the first to choice for similar issues :-) )
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By default "Repeat slideshow" is checked so it works as you wish. I attached a screenshot.
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by:bpinning
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I think that setting only repeats that one slide show, not multiple slide shows
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by:bpinning
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Actually,

Couldn't you export them to iDVD?

make one video out of them, or several and repeat them in iDVD?
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Or use Automator.
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