It's alright the problem has been solved. In case anyone is wondering how to do it, there's a power toy microsoft made to work with windows media player that let's you make a playlist to run as you're screensaver. Anything that works on media player can be used, movies, music videos, whatever. The program was discontinued however so if you want it you'll have to be running Windows Media Player 9 and get the download from a site other than the official microsoft page.
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