To create a
wrapper playlist by using the Windows Media Playlist Editor
In the console tree, click the publishing point to which you
want to add a wrapper.
Click the Advertising tab, and then click Wrapper
Click Create playlist file, and then clear the Use
the Create Wrapper Wizard check box.
On the toolbar, click the Add element button to add a
media element to the wrapper playlist.
The Add Media Elements dialog box
Specify the name and location of the content you want to add to
the wrapper playlist. You can arrange the playback order by
dragging elements in the playlist tree.
The %RequestURL% element is already a
part of your playlist. It represents the content that the user
requests from the publishing point. Playlist elements placed in
front of the %RequestURL% element play before the
publishing point content, while items placed after it play after
the publishing point content ends.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 until you have added all of the content to
your wrapper playlist.
On the toolbar, click Save playlist, and then specify
the name and location of the wrapper playlist file. The wrapper
playlist file must use a .wsx file name extension.
You can also create a wrapper playlist by using
the Windows Media Playlist Editor on the Source tab. To
create a new wrapper playlist in the Playlist Editor, on the
File menu, point to New, and then click Wrapper
Playlist. The Windows Media Playlist Editor is only available
in the Windows Media Services snap-in.
If your playlist includes JPEG image files, do
not include any syntax in your playlist that causes the image to
pause while being rendered by the player. Pausing a JPEG image in
this manner can cause the player to enter a permanent wait state.
If you must show a still image under these circumstances, create a
video file of that image and then use the video file in the