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How to convert AVCHD M2TS/MTS to iPad on Mac

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by pavell, May 4, 2010.

  1. pavell

    pavell Flightless Bird

    Question:
    "I have a Sony HDR-SR5, or some other AVCHD camcorders such as Canon
    HF11, JVC GZ-HD10, Panasonic HDC-SD5, etc, but I failed to import the
    video files copied from my camcorder in the format of .mts or .m2ts for
    playback on my new iPad, is there anyone can give me some suggestions,
    I'm using Mac Snow Leopard."

    Answer:
    Well, firstly I should tell you that most portable devices cannot read
    .mts or .m2ts files directly, if you want to play them on your mobile
    devices like iPad, iPhone, etc. without trouble, you have to convert
    them into their acceptable format like MP4 video. This article aims to
    tell you how to convert AVCHD M2TS or MTS to iPad, iPhone, etc.
    compatible formats with iFunia iPad Video Converter for Mac. If you are
    an above question asker, please read on the following step-by-step guide
    at will..

    Step 1. Download the program and Add AVCHD M2TS or MTS files
    Download the program iFunia iPad Video Converter for Mac and run it.
    Then click the "Add" button to add M2TS or MTS video files to the iPad
    mac converter. This MTS to iPad video converter for Mac supports
    drag-drop and batch conversion, so you can import and convert several
    multimedia files at a time.

    Step 2. Select iPad output format
    Use the "Convert to" on the bottom of the window to control the output
    format. Select iPad MPEG4(MP4) output format for each video file and
    specify a directory on your computer to save the output files.

    Step 3. Start AVCHD M2TS/MTS to iPad conversion
    Click "Start" to begin AVCHD M2TS/MTS to iPad video conversion. The
    convert progress bar shows you how much of the encoding is completed.

    Note:
    This AVCHD M2TS/MTS to iPad Video Converter for Mac fully supports Mac
    OS X 10.5 or later, it allows you to manually set video resolution, bite
    rate, codec and frame rate to get perfect output videos, as well as
    editing the VOB video files by trimming, cropping and adding special
    effects and watermarks.




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    pavell
     
  2. Bob I

    Bob I Flightless Bird

    pavell wrote:
    > Question:
    > "I have a Sony HDR-SR5, or some other AVCHD camcorders such as Canon
    > HF11, JVC GZ-HD10, Panasonic HDC-SD5, etc, but I failed to import the
    > video files copied from my camcorder in the format of .mts or .m2ts for
    > playback on my new iPad, is there anyone can give me some suggestions,
    > I'm using Mac Snow Leopard."
    >
    > Answer:


    Try posting to the appropriate group instead.
     

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