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    I just recently started using Windows 10. Just like with Windows 7, i installed VLC and K-LITE codecs pack, both x86. I used to pick dxva copy-back for acceleration and madvr as video renderer, lav filter for video and audio - the usual stuff that always worked in Windows 7. I never had problems opening any file in VLC or MPC.

    I have lots of DVD stuff in my hard drive, the usual stuff, packed in VIDEO_TS folders. I was horshacked when i tried to drag them on top of VLC or MPC and found that half of them would not open - what?

    Surely someone knows what's going on????
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    Ok, guess what, i found out that much of my DVD content has been reduced in size. All of the files were located on a hard drive, separate from the operative system SSD. I did nothing with that HDD, once installed Windows per new and got all drivers working, i found this BIZZARE deficit in size.. Some of my ordinary avi and mkv files also have been reduced. WEIRD. HDD SMART shows everything in order..
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    Thats odd, I would check you setup. I drag n drop video_ts folders all the time into mpc-hc with out issues. No codec packs etc are installed. Done on windows 10 32 and 64 bit
    if all else fails read the manual
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    Something weird about your setup. Been using VLC + LAVfilters on Win10 (x64) with both (decrypted) DVDs, mounted ISOs, and VIDEO_TS files&folders for 2 years now with no problems.
    And if it's just a rip, there should and would be NO change in filesize, regardless of original optical disc source vs SSD, or HDD.

    Scott
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  5. Try right clicking on a file and looking at it's properties. If "size on disc" is smaller than "size", it's probably because NTFS file compression has been enabled.
    http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/06/windows-10/use-file-folder-compression-windows-10.html

    It shouldn't effect the ability to drag and drop, as far as I know.
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