Windows 10: Details Pane not showing codec info

  1.    17 Mar 2017 #1

    Details Pane not showing codec info


    please see my screenshot, my details pane is not showing any codec information.

    I had to reinstall after a windows 10 update killed my computer (update loop bsod - I can't believe updates are stilling crashing computers).

    before the details pane use to show codec info like:
    • Video Codec, example VC-1, AVC
    • Audio Codec, example DTS, TrueHD

    how do I get it to show?

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  2.    18 Mar 2017 #2

    One way is to use this
    File Metadata - Home
    and use its file association manager to enable it for extensions you're interested in.
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