Convert M2TS to SWF(Flash) on Mac
How to Convert M2TS(AVCHD) Files to SWF(Flash) on Mac?
Name: iOrgsoft M2TS to SWF Converter for Mac
OS Supported: MAC OS X 10.4 or above operating system (include Mac OS X v10.5.7 Leopard and Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard)
A. With iOrgsoft M2TS to SWF Converter for Mac, you can convert M2TS files to SWF format easy and fast with high quality on Mac for uploading them to metacafe like Youtube, Google, Yahoo, etc. As to converting WMV, AVI, MP4, DV, FLV, MOV, 3GP files, it also works.
B. In addition, you can also convert M2TS files to AVI, MP4, WMV, MOV, M4V, 3GP, DV, RM, 3G2, FLV etc. and put the converted M2TS files to almost all the popular video devices like iPod, iPhone, PSP, iMovie, iRiver, FCP, Apple TV, Creative Zen etc. on Mac.
C. What's more, iOrgsoft M2TS to SWF Converter for Mac support extracting audio clips from M2TS video, editting and saving them as AAC, AC3, wma, AMR, M4A, MKA, MP3, etc on Mac., then you can freely enjoy your audio clips.
D. Before the conversion, you are able to edit the M2TS files as you like with iOrgsoft M2TS to SWF Converter for Mac through merge, Trim, Crop, Effect, etc. on Mac.
Step by step on how to use iOrgsoft M2TS to SWF Converter for Mac
Step 1. Free download iOrgsoft M2TS to SWF Converter for Mac, install and launch it. Frienfly interface will crop up in front of you.
Step 2. Click Add File button to add M2TS files. Set SWF as the output format from the expand menu and select output folder by clicking Browsing... button. Batch conversion is supported.
Step 3. Do more editting through Trim, Edit (Crop, Effect) etc. as you like.
Step 4. Click Convert button to finish the conversion quickly.
More information about M2TS and SWF
The M2TS is a container file format for multiplexing audio, video and other streams. M2TS files are used primarily with Sony and Canon hardware.
SWF currently functions as the dominant format for displaying "animated" vector graphics on the Web. Many mobile phones support flash, SWF, FLV as standard, such as Nokia. Besides, Adobe released code which allowed the Google and Yahoo search-engines to crawl and index SWF files on July 1, 2008.