Missing entry points in Windows 10

I downloaded OpenLP to my Linux laptop a few weeks ago and it looks really good. However, our church laptop is Windows 10, of which my knowledge is negligible.
I downloaded and installed it this morning, and when it starts up it produces a series of pop-up notifications about missing entry points. I've only tried it displaying
songs so far and the missing entries all seems to be relating to VLC which I suspect is to do with videos. Can someone advise me on what I need to do to get
rid of these as otherwise I'll not be able to convince the operators to switch from SongPro!  I'd appreciate it if you need to ask tecky questions you could explain
how to extract the required info, as I don't even know how to find out which version of Windows 10 it is running!

I have managed to locate the .dll files that are reported (all in C\Program Files(x86)\VideoLAN\VLC\plugins\*) and they seem to be there but I wouldn't know
how to check if they do or don't contain those entry points.

Many thanks


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