looping

[ loo-ping ]
/ ˈlu pɪŋ /

noun Movies.

the process of fitting speech to film already shot, especially by making a closed loop of the film for one scene and projecting it repeatedly until a good synchronization of film and recorded speech is achieved.

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Origin of looping

1475–85 for an earlier sense; loop1 + -ing1
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