Making a Playlist in QuickTime Pro
Use QuickTime to open any movie on your PC. Then, from the player’s file menu, select “Export." A window will appear with several drop-down lists. From the Export list, select “Movie to QuickTime Media Link." Then click the “Options" button to the right of the list. This will launch the “QuickTime Media Link Settings" window. Several text fields and checkboxes appear in this window, but the ones you need to be concerned with are the “Movie URL" field, the “autoplay" checkbox, and, toward the bottom of the window, the “QT Next URL" field.
The Movie URL field should already be populated with the directory path to the movie you loaded. If the movie is stored on your C drive, the URL will begin with file://localhost/C:/. That’s your playlist’s first item. To add the second item, you need to add the path to the second movie file to the “QT Next URL" text field. If the second movie is located in the same folder, it will be easier to copy and paste the text from the “Movie URL" field (with the exception of the original movie’s filename) and just enter the second movie’s filename and extension.
Once you’ve done this, Make sure the autoplay checkbox is checked and then click OK to return to the Save window. To make a playlist QuickTime can use, its filename must use the .QTL extension. After you’ve named the file, click save. Now you can open the file and watch the two movies on your list; just don’t expect a flowing continuity from the first file to the second.