t:REPEATDUR Attribute | repeatDur Property (deprecated)
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Sets or gets the number of seconds an element timeline repeats.
XML <ELEMENT t:REPEATDUR = sTime... > Scripting [ sTime = ] object.repeatDur
sTime A String that specifies one of the following values.
- Default. Timeline repeats indefinitely.
- Total amount of time to repeat the element timeline. The time must be specified as described in Time Formats.
The property is read/write. The property has a default value of indefinite.
Typically, repeatDur is set on elements that are time containers, such as the t:PAR element or the t:SEQ element. Elements containing the t:TIMELINE attribute are also time containers. If you set the t:REPEATDUR attribute on an element that is not a time container, it sets the element's duration to the repeatDur value. This property is useful for coordinating the timing of an element with a media element that has a fractional duration, such as an audio file that is
A repeatDur value of zero is invalid. If zero is specified, the default value is used instead.