Before I switched on Linux, I used VLC and BSplayer. Both are good media players but since you seem to have issues with VLC you may try BSplayer.
Bsplayer have free and paid version. Paid version is quite expensive (29.90 EUR for new licence at moment and 19.90 EUR if renewing licence).
In BSplayer, for seeing DVD menus you will need paid version, free version recognize only .vob files and does not read DVD menus.
- Option to remember video position is available under general
- Runs on windows
- Full screen mode available
- DVD menues available but only on paid version
- Jump back and forward (keyboard shortcuts . 10 sec
forward, , 10 sec back)
- Paid version had option to skip the warning on beginning but in my
experience it wasn’t always working properly thus jumping forward
option was handy
- Automated subtitles download, additionally paid version includes a
good subtitle editor too
- Capture video screen and save it to .jpeg (frame capturing)
- YouTube streaming
Note that I’m no longer using windows or BSplayer and in my opinion VLC is superior and offer better codec's support, so I would recommend to dig in VLC prior you ditch it since all your requirements are available in VLC too. Non reading DVD's could be easily just a missing codec