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Old Jun 30, 2011, 06:03 AM
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Default AVCHD DLNA-Seamlessly Stream AVCHD MTS Videos from PC to PS3 via DLNA

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AVCHD DLNA-Seamlessly Stream AVCHD MTS Videos from PC to PS3 via DLNA
MTS joiner for DLNA Sharing:Play AVCHD from PC on HDTV through PS3

DLNA makes it easy for sharing media files within the same network. The DLNA-certified products could connect, find, get and communicate automatically, and you can share, send, play and print files with a few finger clicks.

If you got DLNA-certified camera, the files could be streamed easily. However, there is only limited number of DLNA-certified cameras like Sony DSC-G3 with MotionJPEG as video format, and Canon WFT-E5. What if you have updated your PS3, Windows 7, but have videos on SD700, which is non-DLNA-compliant?

You can also Seamlessly Stream AVCHD MTS videos from computer to PS3 via DLNA, and Aunsoft Final Mate will help you share and play AVCHD files with less buffering time. You can link and join several MTS files into one MTS file, and there is no buffering between each clip when playing AVCHD video.

There are only 3 steps for lossless mts/m2ts output with super fast speed, so that you can Connect and enjoy AVCHD videos without any gap between clips.

Step 1. Import AVCHD files to Aunsoft Final Mate.
Run Aunsoft Final Mate as the best MTS joiner for DLNA sharing without re-encoding. For files on camera, just connect HDcam to PC via USB cable, and you will face a wizard to import files. For files on PC hard drive or external hard drive disk, go to the Resource tab and click the Add file path icon to locate the folder with the AVCHD files.

Step 2. Join AVCHD files for PlayStation 3 with no conversion.
Click the Create New Movie button, drag and drop the clips from the Resource tab or Camcorder tab to the movie ID. The files will be merged into a single file as one movie. You can also create more movies for different events and social occasions.

Step 3. Lossless MTS output for DLNA.
Click the Export button, and click the OK button to start joining 1080/60p MTS files with 5.1 audio for DLNA streaming.

Just wait for a few seconds, and the movies would be ready. Just put the file to the video folder for sharing, and PS3 could find the videos on the PC via DLNA, and Play MTS movies on HDTV without buffering too many times.

Tips:
For playing AVCHD camcorder videos on Android smartphone via DLNA, Aunsoft Final Mate also can convert AVCHD to MP4, so that the content could stream and play on devices like Motorola Droid X, Samsung Galaxy S II, Nokia N and Google Nexus S.

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