I can't for the life of me figure this out. I've tried so many different combinations of video containers, formats, and codecs and none of them have worked. Is there ANY possible way that you can output a VSE video so that it will play in Windows Media Player in Windows 10?
My video is about 5 minutes of compiled 4K clips (with audio), which was originally encoded in H.264 and was originally in the .MOV format. I can view it just fine in Windows Media Player. I made a montage in Blender Video Sequence Editor, and everything works great, but I cannot properly render, encode, and export it so that I can watch it on Windows Media Player or any other native Windows application. I've tried lots of different combinations of codecs and formats, none have worked. Which combination should work with Windows Media Player?
I've tried downloading codec packs for Windows 10, but every time I do, it seems to make me unable to play the .MOV videos my camera card puts out, which is very important because I need to be able to review assets before I can put them into my video.