How to Convert & Merge Sony/Panasonic/Canon AVCHD .m2ts/m2ts files
Sony/Panasonic/Canon are the excellent compact camera manufactories. The camcorders produced by them almost feature 1920 x 1080 60p MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Full HD video. If you are one of the user, you must be satisfied with the effect of the videos these camcorders captured. But you may found that it is difficult for TV, computers or some portable devices to play these AVCHD full HD videos while you are eager to share the amazing videos you shotted with friends and family members. For some professional editors, they need to edit the footages before posting the videos on some websites, such as Youtube, National TV program and so on. However, most of them meet the importing problem in Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas/Avid Media Composer owing to the different video codec.
Some persons have found the way to solve the problem. They googled and found some professional converters to transcode AVCHD videos for watching and editing. To be frankly, it is a nice way to solve the problem. But have you noticed that we usually capture the recordings with splitted clips? Do you want to combine these clips into one file while converting for smoothly playing and editing? If so, here Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter is a highly recommended tool for you. Besides transcoding, the program is also able to merge AVCHD .mts or m2ts clips into one file. The equivalent Mac version is Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, which can transcode and join AVCHD clips together on Mac OS X (El Capitan and macOS Sierra included). Just get it now and follow the steps to learn how to transcode and merge your MTS/M2TS footage.
(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)
How to Convert and Merge AVCHD MTS/M2TS files
Step 1: Download, install and run the trial version of Brorsoft MTS Converter Merge, click "Add videos" or "Add From Folder" icon to import your source AVCHD files to the software.
Step 2: Merge AVCHD clips into one. Choose several clips you want to merge and transcode together. Click the "Merge into one file" function.
Step 3: Click "Format" bar to choose video format for output. There are several output format for you to choose, such as Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas/Avid Media Composer and so on. Of course, if you just want to merge and viewed your recordings from computer or on TV, just choose MP4 from "Common Video" as output format.
You can click "settings" button in the main interface to customize the output video's parameters.
Step 4: Click Green Conversion button to start transcoding and merging AVCHD files.
Once the conversion is finished with 100% process on the interface, click "Open" button, you can get the videos with one file without problem.
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