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    Today, I updates VidCutter from version 4.0.0 to 5.0.0 on Windows 10 pro 64bit. Since then, I can't open any TS files. When I try to open such a file from within VidCutter, nothing happens. When I select "open with-> VidCutter" from the Windows context menu, I get an error message: "Fatal error! Failed to execute script _main_".

    I then uninstalled VidCutter and reinstalled version 5.0.0 from scratch. This did not help.

    These problems did not occur with the previously installed version 4.0.0.
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  2. Try downloading a fresh copy and installing again. There was a reported problem with the Windows version which exactly matches the error you quote but it was fixed in a new release.

    Brian.
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  3. Try using the 32 bit version instead of 64 bit.
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    Originally Posted by betwixt View Post
    Try downloading a fresh copy and installing again. There was a reported problem with the Windows version which exactly matches the error you quote but it was fixed in a new release.
    I just downloaded the latest version 5.0.5 and installed it on a freshly installed Windows 10 pro 64 bit. The problem remains the same
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    Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    Try using the 32 bit version instead of 64 bit.
    Doesn't help either
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    Just tested version 6.0.0 64bit on Windows 10. The problem still exists.
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    Use MKVToolnix GUI and remux the TS file to an MKV
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