Do you have Quicktime installed. It is required. Or make sure its the latest build.
Try this (to avoid any QT player issues):
1. Close all open programs.
2. Open the Windows 10 Control Panel.
3. Change the View By option to Small Icons or Large Icons.
4. Click the Programs and Features option.
5. Select Quicktime from the list of programs.
6. Click Uninstall.
7. Once the program is completely uninstalled, reboot the computer.
8. Download the latest version of Quicktime from the following link.
9. Run the downloaded file.
10. Select Custom Installation
11. Select Quicktime Player > Entire feature will be unavailable. This will place a red X near every component with the exception of Quicktime Essentials.
12. Click Next to continue installing only the Quicktime Essentials.
13. Restart your computer.
First off, I'm a dork for not having had quicktime installed, so that's taken care of!
However, even with the quicktime essentials it doesn't seem to be importing the correct files and is getting hung up during that stage of setup.