The Video Game Object Loop Event.
This event is dispatched when a Video that is currently playing has looped. This only
happens if the
loop parameter was specified, or the
setLoop method was called,
and if the video has a fixed duration. Video streams, for example, cannot loop, as
they have no duration.
Looping is based on the result of the Video
timeupdate event. This event is not
frame-accurate, due to the way browsers work, so please do not rely on this loop
event to be time or frame precise.
Listen for it from a Video Game Object instance using
The Video Game Object which has looped.