How to convert MTS/M2TS to MOV on Mac OS X Snow Leopard?

After a wonderful vacation you've just enjoyed with your family or your friend, what can be a good tool to play or edit those best memories that you captured in your high definition camera with iMovie?
As we know, HD Camcorder shoots mts video clips. Importing a MTS/M2TS file into iMovie is not a straightforward process, and you need to use the third party software - Mac MTS to MOV Converter, which can convert between popular video format (including Convert mts to mov mac, m2ts to mov mac) with high speed and excellent quality on Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3.

What's more, this Mac MTS Converter enables you to trim and crop video clips, set video effects, preview in real-time, and even add watermark onto your video.
Below is the detailed guide on how to use this mts to mov converter mac, enjoy it now!

Free download MTS Converter for Mac software, install and run it.

Step 1: Import your MTS/M2TS files
Click "Add files" button on top of the window to import your MTS/M2TS files, or you can directly drag the MTS/M2TS videos to the playlist.

Step2: Choose output format
Click the "formats" icon on the thumbnail to choose the output format, here we choose "Common Video", then "MOV - QuickTime Movie".

Step3: Edit the MTS/M2TS Video
Just put your mouse on the video thumbnail, you can choose to trim the video, crop the size and even add special effects personalize your video from the edit menu.

Step4: Click "Start" button to convert MTS/M2TS Video to MOV

After your editing for your video, and then you can begin to convert to MOV on Mac while you press "start" button.

What is MTS/M2TS ?
The .m2ts file format is given to video/audio files created by certain Sony Camcorder models. An .m2ts file is a Sony high definition video file type. Panasonic, Canon and other brands of AVCHD camcorders also record in m2ts format. Currently, m2ts files can be played using the Picture Motion Browser, which is an application video player provided with Sony AVCHD camcorders.

Why MTS/M2TS to MOV?
MTS/M2ts files are raw AVCHD videos, and the main disadvantages are large-size and they can't be played on the common players such as Apple TV, Zune, PSP, PS3, Pocket PC, Creative Zen, and other video players. For the Mac users, even QuickTime and iMovie can’t support these formats. That is to say, you have to convert the MTS/M2TS files to other formats (e.g., MOV).

1 comment:

cheney said...

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