How to convert MTS or M2TS to iPod, iPhone, Zune, PSP, etc. workable formats on Mac
People often encounter setbacks while importing the video files from their blu-ray disks or camcorders in formats of .m2ts or .mts for playback on their iPod, iPhone, Zune, PSP or some other common used mobile players. Factually, the only way to solve these issues is converting MTS and M2TS files to those formats that are supportable by portable devices. This article now aims to introduce you how to convert MTS or M2TS to iPod, iPhone, Zune, PSP, etc. workable formats on both Mac and Windows.
To explain MTS/M2TS clearly, AVCHD has to be mentioned at first. AVCHD is a tapeless HD format developed by Sony and Panasonic in May, 2006. AVCHD video is compressed in MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format, and it supports 720p, 1080i, 1080p, etc. At the same time, AVCHD audio is stored in compressed form Dolby AC-3. Well, what is the relationship between AVCHD and MTS/M2TS? If you are attentive enough, you will find AVCHD is with file extension .mts on camcorder and with .m2ts after importing to computer. Briefly speaking, MTS and M2TS are the formats that used by AVCHD camcorders to record footages. In addition, Blu-ray disc also reserve video files in the format of M2TS.