It’s wonderful to shoot crystal-clear MTS video with AVCDH camcorders like Sony, Canon, Panasonic, etc.
It’s a pity that MTS file cannot be widely accepted by popular MP4 devices like iPod, iPhone, BlackBerry, by video editors such as iMovie, FCE, FCP on Mac.
Note: some AVCHD MTS M2TS files can be played with VLC Media Player. Free download VLC Media Player click here.
Note: this guides is only for Mac OS user. If you using Windows, Please Click here to learn convert mts to mp4 for quicktime, mp4 palyers on windows.
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Note: MTS to MP4 converter for Mac also supports converting mts for further edit with iMovie, FCP, FCE, Sony vages 9 and enjoying your favourite video with iPod, PSP, Quicktime etc, and even for uploading mts to YouTube and burning into DVD etc on Mac. What’s more, it’s capable of extracting audio from video and save as AAC, AC3, AMR, M4A, MKA, MP3, MP2, RA, WAV, WMA, AIFF etc on Mac.
It’s amazing to customize MTS file by yourself through the powerful editing function like Trim, Crop, apply Effect, merge, etc. on Mac with MTS to MP4 converter for Mac.
It’s easy to convert MTS/M2TS/TS/TRP, etc. file to MP4 and edit MTS on Mac with MTS to MP4 converter for Mac as follows:
Guide on how to convert MTS to MP4 on Mac step by step
Step 1. Download
Free download MTS to MP4 converter for Mac, install and launch it. Friendly interface will pop up in fornt of you.
Step 2. Load MTS file and set output
Click "Add Files" button, add one or more MTS files, select MP4 as the output format and choose a folder to save the ripe MTS.
Step 3. Convert
Click Convert button to finish the MTS to MP4 conversion on Mac quickly.
Guide on how to edit MTS file on Mac with MTS to MP4 converter for Mac
Click Trim, set start time and end time easily
Click Edit button, Crop and Effect MTS video
Click Setting, set resolution, BitRate, Frame Rate and Encoder, etc.