Looping video and audio within Raspbian (On Boot) is really easy.
Step one is to flash the Raspbian img file to a SD card using Etcher, then putting it into the pi (There are tons of tutorials of how to do this online)
Install omxplayer, essentially the Pi's version of QuickTime on the Mac- a video videoplayer.
Boot up the system, and type this into the terminal:
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sudo apt-get install omxplayer[code] Chances are, it's already installed, and it should either say that it has been installed or that it's at it's current version. Put your 100% legally downloaded music/video into a flash drive, then plug it into the pi. Open the files manager, scroll to the top, and you should see it pop up somewhere in the devices folder (If not, search for it in the folders). Put the file into the 'pi' folder. Next, navigate to /home/pi/.bashrc Scroll to the bottom (DO NOT MODIFY ANYTHING IN THERE) and add this one line in: [code]omxplayer -o local --loop /home/pi/(name of your video).mp4/mp3/mov[code] Keep in mind, this plays audio through the head phone jack, if you wish to play it through HDMI, [code]omxplayer -o hdmi --loop /home/pi/(name of your video).mp4/mp3/mov[code] Reboot, wait for the load time, then you should see it play. That's it! Hope this helped someone out! :D