We recommend using VLC Player. It's a free media player (for both Mac & PC) that allows you to create a custom playlist of video files and have them loop continuously. Download it here.
You can create custom playlists inside VLC Player. Simply drag and drop the clips you want to display into the VLC Player "Playlist" window. Then select "Repeat All" from the "Playback" drop-down menu in the top menu bar.
If the filenames are popping up during playback, this issue can be easily rectified within VLC Player by doing the following:
- In the top menu bar, go to the "VLC" dropdown menu and select "Preferences".
- In the "Preferences" window that opens up, select the "Subtitles & OSD" tab.
- Under "On Screen Display", make sure that "Enable OSD" is NOT checked. If it is, uncheck it.
This should disable any subtitles from popping up.
When creating your custom playlist, we recommend only adding files that have the same display mode designation (i.e. WinHolo_Hor).