How to Convert MTS to AVI MOV FLV on Mac?
>> What is MTS? How to Play MTS Files on Mac?
MTS format is a high-definition MPEG, AVC, H.264 transport stream video file format which commonly used by HD camcorders such as Sony, Canon, Panasonic.
MTS files are used primarily with Sony hardware. Camcorders make use of MTS in the form of AVCHD, a recording format made specifically for camcorders. Some camcorder models from Canon also use MTS files. These files are also present on Blu-ray disc compilations, therefore they are capable of storing quite a large amount of information and data tracks.
Since MTS is the file extension for the AVCHD video format, we can also directly play the video files on the VLC media player which is the most powerful platform for both Mac and Windows users to play many popular formats. Moreover, Mplayer OS X is another good choice to play MTS video files.
>> How to Convert AVCHD MTS to AVI MP4 MOV on Mac OS X (including Snow Leopard)?
The following tutorial will show you how to convert MTS files to all sorts of video formats like MTS to AVI, MTS to MOV, MTS to FLV on Mac OS X (including Snow Leopard) with MTS Converter for Mac.
Step 1. Load the MTS files you want to convert
Drag and drop the MTS files to the program or you can click the "Add Files" button to browse your computer hard disc and add the .MTS files you want to convert to the program.
Batch conversion is also supported by this MTS Video Converter for Mac, so you can load several MTS files at one time.
Step 2. Output Settings
After you added MTS files, you can select an output format for each video file and specify a directory on your computer to save the output files.
This MTS Video Converter supports comprehensive video formats including AVI, MPEG, WMV, MP4, MOV, XviD, 3GP, FLV, etc.
If you don't know what formats your device supports, you can just select the format according to the device name. For exapmle, you can select 'MOV-QuickTime(*.MOV)' when you want to convert MTS to MOV for QuickTime on Mac. The default setting works well. Of course, if you don't want to use the default video and audio encoding settings, just click the "Settings" button to customize these settings.
Step 3. Edit your MTS Files
MTS Video Converter can help you set video brightness, contrast, saturation, crop video, trim video and even merge multiple files into one single file.
1. Capture a clip from your video file
Click "Trim" button to open the Trim window, and set the starting time and ending time by dragging the slider then you can convert a clip from MTS footage on Mac OS X.
2. Crop MTS footage
If you want to remove the black borders or just convert part of the video area from your video file, you can click the "Crop" button to crop the video of the current video file by dragging the frame around the video.
3. Video effect
Click the "Effect" button and drag each effect adjustment slider to set the video brightness, contrast, saturation and audio volume. You can also choose to flip the video and apply a special video effect to your video file by selecting a special effect from: Gray, Emboss, Old Film and Negative.
Step 4. Start the MTS conversion
Click the "Convert" button to start the MTS conversion and then you can just go out for a walk or take a nap, and the conversion may have been finished when you come back.