YouTube in PowerPoint 2010 - Continuous Loop Presentation + Video

I am a novice (but capable), so please forgive me if I am saying something unclear...

I am working in PowerPoint 2010 (PP).  

Prior to a conference beginning, I plan to have a PP presentation on continuous loop.  On one slide I would like to embed a YouTube video that begins when the slide transitions.  I would then like the video to "reset" to the beginning and wait to play again until the presentation has transitioned back to that slide... and continuously repeat until stopped.

I have found how to autoplay videos through this demonstration (click here) by using ShockwaveFlash1.   Through some further research, I found how to loop the video continuously by using the following code in the "movie" field of the ShockwaveFlash1 developer.

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I feel like I am close, but I cannot get it to do exactly as I explained.  I am not opposed to downloading the video (safely?) and doing it that way if it is a better/viable option.  

Thank you in advance... Michael
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Karen FalandaysTraining SpecialistCommented:
Hi Michael, you should be able to accomplish both without any programming or shockwave code. When you insert the video into your ppt, click the Video Tools>Playback options on the ribbon and select to have it start automatically.
Next, go to the transitions tab and set a time that you want each slide to be visible for (take into account the video length)
Next, go to the Slide show tab and click the setup slideshow option. Click to have it loop continuously and click to check to use timings
Let me know if that does the trick

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Miguel MonteiroPresentations Master DesignerCommented:
Insert the video using the video embed code provided in "YouTube", set the duration of the slide to a second more than the video length.
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