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  1. Peter Winton
    December 5, 2017

    Great for dash cam footage and still extraction. Local police love clear data like that.

  2. Serge
    December 5, 2017

    You can also use Quick Look. Select all the files you want to play, press space bar, click the full-screen button and that’s it. That may not be the best option, but it’s the one I use every time and it works like a charm.

  3. nonsibicunctis
    December 5, 2017

    Perhaps I’ve misunderstood what you have written, in which case I apologise.

    However, you can make a video playlist in iTunes as easily as making a solely audio one.

    The chances are that the videos will not show up in the Mac Menu as videos but as long as they are video files and marked as such in the options, they can then be grouped into a playlist.

    I have two such playlists. One I have called “Home Videos” which is what it sounds like but I also put some downloaded and commercial videos in there because mainly I use it to separate those from the music videos files.

    The other playlist is within the Music section and is labelled “Music Videos” and this is where I put those because, in my case, most of them are youtube downloads and such, they don’t automatically show in the MacOS main Music Videos listing.

    If this is all obvious to everyone and I’ve just missed the point, well that’s me – dumbo!

  4. James Regan
    December 6, 2017

    You can also change the file type to open in VLC instead of QuickTime. Get ready bro in the file change open with to VLC for all. Then you can select a group of files and they automatically are put on n a playlist.

  5. LoyalFollower
    December 6, 2017

    You can use iina player: just start play the first video in a folder and, automatically by default, iina will play the remaining videos.

    • Serge
      December 7, 2017

      It’s the first time I hear about Ina. Thanks for the info.

  6. FlyingMøøseMan
    December 9, 2017

    I wish VLC for iOS would support playlists.

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