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Old Nov 05, 2009, 02:42 AM
john191103 john191103 is offline
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Default How to convert MTS and M2TS files shot by AVCHD camcorder to MP4?

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How to convert MTS and M2TS files shot by AVCHD camcorder to MP4?

For the high quality performance, AVCHD camcorders have established their authority in high definition camera market. However, this kind of camcorder record footages in the format of MTS and M2TS, which get no native supports from virtually all media players or video editors. In that case, it’s necessary for AVCHD camera owners to transfer these files into other video formats, so as to enjoy them on local computer or portable devices, or do further editing via various video editors. To solve this problem to some extent, my thread here will concentrate on how to convert MTS and M2TS files shot by AVCHD camcorder to the format of MP4 in detail, if you are looking for such a solution by chance, please feel free to follow it, and sincerely hope this helps.

The application I will use in my post is Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter([img]***********[/img]). You can download it via clicking on the link attached on it. As long as you have installed it, just launch it, and next we will begin with its step-by-step instruction together in the following passages.

[b]Step 1: Run Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter[/b]([img]***********[/img])

After that, a wine red interface will pop up as below, please click on “Add” button to load your MTS and M2TS files into this software.


[b]Step 2: Select MP4 as output format and specify save path [/b]

Once MTS and M2TS files are loaded, then you can click on the drop-down list of “Format” to select MP4 as output format. Notice that, there are different kinds of MP4 formats, some are for iPod, some are for iPhone, some are for PSP/PS3, and some are for others, please choose a proper one according to your end use of the output MP4 files. Here I choose “H.264 Video (*.mp4)” for instance.


Meanwhile, if you dislike using the save path set by default to store the output MP4 files, you can hit the folder icon at the opposite side of “Output” to specify a destination folder by yourselves. By the way, imagine you have the need of combine multiple MTS and M2TS files into a single file, you can tick checkbox “Merge into one file” to realize this goal.

[b]Step 3: Set advanced settings[/b]

[b]Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter[/b]([img]***********[/img]) allows users adjusting video and audio parameters including codec, bit rate, aspect ratio, frame rate, sample rate, etc. to take charge of the output file size and image quality. Generally speaking, the larger input values, the better image quality, but the larger file size as well; on the contrary, the smaller inserted figures, the more inferior image quality, but the smaller file size. That is to say, you are able to balance the output file size and quality by your own.


[b]Step 4: Convert[/b]

As soon as all the above three steps are set well, what you should do next is just hitting “Convert” button to start conversion. When it finished, click on “Open” button, and then you can get the generated MP4 files there.
Old Nov 09, 2009, 12:35 AM
john191103 john191103 is offline
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All the recommendations for how to choosing a camcorder for your baby is ending up now, you can decide which one to opt based on your own opinions. By the way, some times you may meet troubles while importing files generated by AVCHD camcorders to your PC or some video editor, at this time you may need a video converter to deal with the odd .MTS or .M2TS files, here I recommend you [b]Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter[/b]([img]***********[/img]), because many users response that it can make audio and video match up very well, and besides this it provides a window to show you the estimated and generated file size as well as the time expenditure, so that we can manage our time and disk space properly while processing conversion.
Here is a download link :
Hope all my information is helpful.

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