Convert MTS files with MTS Converter OS X 10.8
MTS Converter for Mountain Lion-convert MTS files on OS X 10.8
Do you want to play MTS files on Mac? While, it is impossible to import AVCHD MTS Sony, Canon, Panasonic camcorder files to Mac directly, especially the coming OS X Mountain Lion (which is said to be released on July, 25th, 2012). Then, what will you do?
Don't worry, there is already solution for you, that's is MTS Converter for Mountain Lion. With it, you can easily convert Sony, Canon, Panasonic AVCHD MTS to any popular format you need like AVI, WMV, MPG, MOV, MP4, FLV, 3GP, ASF, VOB etc.
By converting MTS files to other format with OS X Mountain Lion MTS Converter, you can free put AVCHD MTS files on portable devices iPad 2, New iPad, iPhone 4S, Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy S3, import to editing applications iMovie, FCE, FCP or upload to websites etc.
Step by step to convert MTS files with MTS Converter for OS X 10.8
Load MTS files
Free download Mountain Lion MTS Video Converter, install it and run, to pop up the following interface. Click Add File button to load AVCHD MTS file.
Designate output format and directory
Click the drop-down menu of Profile to select your desired output format, and then click the yellow "briefcase" of Destination to find a proper folder to save your converted files.
Convert MTS files
Click Start to convert MTS files after all the settings have been done.
Optional: Edit MTS files
MTS Converter for OS X 10.8 also empowers you to edit AVCHD MTS files with the powerful video editing functions.
With Clip, you can easily cut your MTS files to shorter pieces.
With Edit, you can not only crop off unwanted parts from video, but only tweak video brightness, contrast and saturation or add special effect to the video.
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