Have you ever meet the troubles like above? I’m sure most of you are fond of recording the HD videos no matter in your gathering parties or some significant moments, right? In order to make the recordings more beautiful and meaningful for a nice sharing or memory, we are interested in editing those HD movies like MTS or M2TS in some popular NLEs, just like FCP, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc, and the upload MTS/M2TS to YouTube/Vimeo for nice sharing? That’s really cool! However, you may be failed in importing them directly in these popular editing tools because they usually can only handle footages from DV, MP4, and MOV etc. not give good support for MTS files.
Compared with MP4, MOV (encoded with inter-frames), DV provides videos with intra-frames, with each frame having being a self-contained picture. So could we easily convert our MTS/M2TS files to DV AVI/MOV as the suitable formats for these editing software? That’s really the hot topic. In order to successfully transcoding MTS/M2TS to DV AVI/MOV, this tutorial provides a simple workaround to convert MTS to DV quickly and easily with professional and intuitive Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac. It’s a professional MTS/M2TS converting assistant that can additionally edit and adjust your output videos in a nice way. More related reviews?
Several steps we should know clearly for converting MTS/M2TS to DV-AVI/MOV for editing.
Step 1.Add MTS/M2TS to this MTS to DV Converter
If you have downloaded and installed this program on your computer, Click "File">"Add Media Files" to load the MTS videos you want to convert.
Step 2.Choose the best output AVI for editing
Come to the output list by clicking the ‘Format’ bar on the left of the preview window, we suggest you to select the ‘HD Video’>>’AVI HD Video (*.avi)’as the best one. For other NLEs? You can also choose one as your favorite.
Step 3. Start your conversion of MTS/M2TS to DV AVI
Once you confirm everything goes as you plan, just click "Convert". The progress bar will show you the conversion processing. With such as easy workflow, we can transcode MTS/M2TS to DV AVI for editing, is that cool?