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[Q] Playing video episodes consecutively


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Can ne1 tell me how to play video episodes consecutively? At then moment I'm using Quicktime to watch the episodes but I have to manually play each episode.

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If you mean video in iTunes you could create a playlist. Then iTunes will play one after another.

If it's not in iTunes you can use VLC. That has playlists/queue functionality too

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Thanx mrplow. But are these the only 2 programs that will allow me to do this?

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Two not enough?!

I'm sure there will be others but those are the two most obvious and capable options

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I was just wondering. I'll use VLC. Thanx again mrplow.

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I use Wondershare player for this, just highlight the episodes I want to watch and it plays them one after the other, you can also create playlists too.
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