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Chapter 9. Working with Windows Media Player > Playing Media Using a Playlist

Playing Media Using a Playlist

Instead of playing digital media files, such as music tracks, video clips, and DVD segments, one at a time or in sequential order from a CD or DVD, you can use Windows Media Player to create a playlist. A playlist is a customized list or sequence of digital media that you want to listen to or watch. A playlist allows you to group together media files and specify the order in which you want to play back the media. You can mix and match the media files on your computer, your network, your writable CD, or the Internet, creating a personal juke box that you can access quickly from Windows Media Player and play in the background as you work with other programs.

Create a Playlist

Click the Start button, point to All Programs, and then click Windows Media Player.

Click the Media Library tab.

Click Playlist, and then click New Playlist.

Type a name for the playlist.

Select the media file you want to add to the playlist.

Click OK.


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