I need to generate a Windoze compatible AVI file that will play on older media player code. This is to drive and LED sign.
I found a discussion that related to getting a render from kdenlive to work on Windows but I'm having some problems translating what works at the command line into something in the render profile.
I used the media player Apple QT (.mov) render and created a .mov file.
Then at the command line I can do this and I wind up with an .AVI that is perfect for what I need to do.
ffmpeg -i comingsoonGoldGMT.mov -vcodec msmpeg4 -vtag MP43 -acodec libmp3lame foo.avi
But if I create a custom render profile that just contains the -vcodec msmpeg4 -vtag MP43 -acodec libmp3lame bits it, of course, doesn't render a useful. File.
How would I go about effectively chaining what is being done for the .mov render to that I can produce an .avi file using the msmpeg4 codec all in one step?
I can, of course, use a script file to process the .mov file but it would be nicer to understand how to get kdenlive to do it.