Firs thing I noticed after installing Windows 10 was that I couldn't open Adobe Premiere Pro because WMVCORE.DLL was missing...
So I went out looking for a solution, found one, made a quick tutorial on how to fix the problem and hope I can help a lot of people quickly because
I for one hate having to search endlessly on google for a solution and find video's that never help or are outdated.
It doesn't require a download or nothing so don't think you need to download a .DLL file because you already have it.
Completely wrong. The OP question was about Premiere Pro. Kindly remove your response.
That was posted 7 years ago dude. He hasn't been seen here since 2015. A bit late to ask him to remove it.
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I actually have the solution right here:
I made this thread because people who search for a solution to this problem will then quickly find it here
Thank you for sharing that
It's my pleasure, I'm happy to have found the solution rather easily! Because sometimes you have a problem and it takes hours to find a solution... That's why I tried to keep the video short and hope to help people, cause I can imagine lots of people will have this problem after upgrading to windows 10 since the windows media manager package isn't in there anymore and you can't download it from the Microsoft website since it's not compatible with windows 10 anymore ... ^^
Hey I just wanted to say THANK YOU SO MUCH for the video. I spent 4 days trying to fix this with no luck. it literally took 5 seconds after watching your video.