Let me explain the situation / what I do right now: I create a avisynth script appending many videos to each other and open it in virtualdub(2). Then I can edit & save it as a .vdproject file and watch it in virtualdub like a 'real' video.
So, is there a way to play the project in a better player than virtualdub? Probably not, but a completly different solution than the avisynth / virtualdub way would be fine, too. I mean creating 'non existing' video edits from multiple files without actually encoding it.
Thanks and please excuse my english!
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If you weren't EDITING it, you could simply create a playlist in those many apps that support playlists (e.g. WMP, VLC...).
If you edit (like you said you were doing), you either need to do it the way you are doing it in Vdub/VD2 or use a similar process in an editor/NLE that supports AVISynth feeds and save/edit/use the EDL/session list.
Or just append your videos directly in VD/VD2 (or an NLE).
That NLE mentioned by Cornucopia is really what you are looking for. Not sure about VD, how good it is, but Video editors have previewers, like Magix Vegas, you edit your video, line up clips,you make sure your previewer is set to full resolution, put it on fullscreen and play your project. Save project, open it again, play it.