Can anyone help with this? :
When I D&D files from a 32bits Files Manager over PPx64 last version, files doesn't open nor aren't added to PlayList.
I have tried all possible combinations to test 'my issue'.
This is, I have used these (in their last versions) to test all possible combinations:
Total Commander / explorer++ / Q-Dir / MultiCommander All of them available in 32 and 64 bits versions.
PotPlayer64 1.6.49479 (last version without the 'bug') / PotPlayer32 1.6.51480 / PotPlayer64 1.6.51480 (last version available)
+PP=means I have opened PP from that version of the manager and dragged & dropped several video files of different types over the PP (mp4/flv/mpg/avi/mkv)
mv=last version of PPx64 that works without notice (PP 1.6.49479x64)
BUG=Files dragged & dropped over PPx64 from a 32bits manager don't open (they aren't added to the Playlist either)
TC64 : +PP64=NP / +PP32=NP / +PPmv=NP
TC32 : +PP64=BUG / +PP32=NP / PPmV=NP
explorer++64 : +PP64=NP / +PP32=NP / +PPmv=NP
explorer++32 : +PP64=BUG / +PP32=NP / PPmV=NP
Q-Dir64 : +PP64=NP / +PP32=NP / +PPmv=NP
Q-Dir32 : +PP64=BUG / +PP32=NP / PPmV=NP
Multicommander64 :+PP64=NP / +PP32=NP / +PPmv=NP
Multicommander32 : +PP64=BUG / +PP32=NP / PPmV=NP
As you can see. All the tests show the same result. Since 'my version', files cannot be dragged & dropped over PPx64 from a 32bits manager.
I have tried the same in antoher machine with the same results.
PLEASE, anyone can reproduce these results?.
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Probably KMPlayer and Potplayer have an issue with D&D
(also see: https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/369305-VLC-Potplayer-MPC-HC)
I first tried Potplayer and ran into problems with D&D.
Then I tried KMPlayer and ran into the same problems.
Both Potplayer and KMPlayer were set to 'default', with 2 exceptions:
a. installed on a different partition, i.e. not on C:\
b. set to save settings to .ini file
Had to 'kill' them by stopping the process (taskmanager) a couple of times.
That aside, when playing a video (VIDEO_TS) KMPlayer started off to display the video 'vertically stretched', i.e. deformed.
Don't know if Potplayer has the same issue as well.
BTW, this wasn't the case with VLC player.
Bottomline I would have ended up spending time on trying to 'fix' things here, fix things there, whereas I expect players to
play files without issues whilst using the default settings. So I dropped both players, regretfully so.
- using Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
- for this case I restored a Windows image, that I previously made, that did nót contain a previous media player
- am using Directory Opus as filemanager