1. What is M2TS File?
Users can get M2TS files by copying files directly from the purchased Blu-ray disc. For us, this format is the original video format, while other file formats (such as mp4, RMVB, etc.) circulated on the Internet are all based on this file format. The quality of m2ts file is the same as that of Blu-ray original disk.
There is another file with the extension of MTS that appears on AVCHD devices. Its internal format is the same with M2TS, which can be converted to M2TS by the Picture Motion Browser program of Sony.
|File extension||.m2ts, .mts, .ts, .m2t||.mp4|
|Video encoding format||MPEG-2, H.264, H.265||H.264, H.265, MPEG-4,ect|
|Audio encoding format||AC-3, DTS, LPCM and others||MP3, AAC, AC-3, ect|
|Support Internet spread||√||√|
|Support displaying menu||√||√|
|Support displaying section||√||√|
2. What Device or Player Can Open the M2TS File?
3. How to Edit and Convert M2TS Files?
- Screen Recording – Record screen and webcam in Windows computer.
- Cut Videos & Audios – Users can record screen at will. User can customize the recording time, the size of the window, the resolution and the frame rate. While recording, users can adjust the speed, add customized watermark and set special effects for mouse.
- Video editing – Merge, crop, rotate, cut and transform video easily. It can change and add background music, add subtitles, make the beginning and end of the film. It also can add and remove watermarks, add a variety of filter effects and so on.
- Format conversion – Support to convert videos and audios into different formats.
- Customize the compression mode – encoding and preservation of video and audio.
- Music Function – Add background music to videos. You can create the voice over by yourself or add local music as background music.
Edit the M2TS File
Convert the M2TS File to MP4 Format
Relate Links :
John Weaver : When you record a video, in order to highlight a detail on the post-editing, you need to zoom...
Ashley S. Miller : FLV, referred to as “FLASH VIDEO”, is a video format designed for Flash MX. Originally, developed by Macromedia,...