Seamless video loop to be displayed

My organization wants to loop a video for a display in our museum area. Is there a better way to do this than to use a smart tv and a flash drive? If not, recommendations of a tv?
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MereteConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Recommend you use digital signage player/Media Signage for windows or Android
What is a digital-signage player
A digital signage player is a small footprint PC, which can be mounted behind a digital signage display or placed inside of a rack mount.
http://www.ucview.com/products/what-is-digital-signage-player/
For your information
http://www.fivefaces.com.au/blog/windows-vs-android-for-digital-signage-players/
 Digital signage All-in-One Media Players
http://www.ucview.com/digital-signage-players/SignEdge_Series
I've been sharing this site for years, and it's free
http://www.digitalsignage.com/
SignagePlayer Android (FREE)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.me.signage.player&hl=en

Does that help?
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Jackie ManConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Play fullscreen videos continously in lockdown mode on Android tablets

https://www.42gears.com/play-fullscreen-videos-continously-in-lockdown-mode-on-android-tablets/

Have a look of the link above.

There are many cheap but big Android TV and you just install an app like the one suggested in the above link to do what you want.
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Jackie ManConnect With a Mentor Commented:
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Brian BConnect With a Mentor EE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
An older tech solution, but you might be able to use existing equipment... Burn the video to DVD and just play it on a regular DVD player on repeat.

On the other hand... if you are purchasing new equipment, you might want to consider a commercial display rather a cheap TV. Commercial displays are designed to be running 24x7 and have a much higher durability rating so won't fail as fast.
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Jackie ManCommented:
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