I have recently purchased a new Windows PC and performed a new Windows 10 installation on it. The Windows version is 1903.
Microsoft have removed the Codecs from Windows which are required in order to allow Minitioune to render video. You can buy the Microsoft HVEC Codec from the Windows store. Here is a link:
Microsoft Remove HVEC Codec
HOWEVER, even having bought the Codec from Microsoft (it only cost 89p), nothing that I have done has allowed me to get Minitioune to work with either my Minitiouner v2 or my Minitiouner Express. I get that famous "No video or bad codec / PID" message. Trying to run the "Check Minitioune Driver and Filters" application results in a full screen of green lights but the video window remains black - even though the buttons all light up green. I am unable to see the video stream in VLC either.
With the assistance of some very, very helpful and patient fellow BATC members, I tried everything that could be tried but all no no avail until Mike G0MJW discovered a thread about the missing Codecs in the new version of Windows 10. It doesn't affect people who migrate to the new version from older versions because the Codecs are carried forward.
I wonder if any other AMSAT members have seen this issue and, more importantly, found a way around it!
73 David G4NRT