Unable to play DVDs or video_ts folder video

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    K-lite sounds the way to go, but that’s codecs, still need a player, pity because VLC has never let me down. Good news is the repair upgrade was a success. Will assign all file types to VLC and see what happens, if still a problem will go the K-Lite route, but does that have its own player ? Or simply uses other 3rd party players ? Thanks
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    reddwarf4ever said:
    K-lite sounds the way to go, but that’s codecs, still need a player, pity because VLC has never let me down. Good news is the repair upgrade was a success. Will assign all file types to VLC and see what happens, if still a problem will go the K-Lite route, but does that have its own player ? Or simply uses other 3rd party players ? Thanks
    No, MPC-HC is the player that's already included in the pack.
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    Ah now that makes sense �� just opened VLC to set the associations and I get a windows pop up saying it has to be done in
    settings > apps > default apps.....so thatís a change, havenít seen that before, guess windows wants control

    use VLC for SyncPlay, hopefully I can set it to MPC-HC
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    reddwarf4ever said:
    Ah now that makes sense �� just opened VLC to set the associations and I get a windows pop up saying it has to be done in
    settings > apps > default apps.....so that’s a change, haven’t seen that before, guess windows wants control
    That's yet another problem that simply doesn't occur with K-Lite Codec Pack.
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