iOrgSoft MTS to DVD Creator is an professional and easy-to-use DVD burnning tool to convert and backup MTS video clips to DVD disc.
HD camcorders are very popular nowadays. Many HD camcorders like Canon HF100, Panasonic HC-X920MGK, Sony HDR-CX360V, etc shoot videos in .mts format. Many people who have shot MTS videos would want to backup their files to DVD disc to play on DVD player with their family or send as a gift. But it's impossible to directly copy MTS files to DVD disc. That's the reason why iOrgSoft MTS to DVD Creator is needed. It can also burn other camcorder clips except MTS to DVD.
|MTS to DVD||HD camcorders like Sony HDR-SR1, Canon HR10, Panasonic HDC-DX1, etc record videos in MTS format. There's a great need to burn MTS to DVD then. iOrgSoft MTS to DVD Creator comes to help this out.|
|MXF to DVD||Camcorders like Canon XF300, Panasonic HVX200/HPX300, etc shoots videos in MXF format. Like most camcorder video formats, MXF can't be copied to DVD disc directly, either. You'll need to convert MXF to DVD first.|
|XAVC to DVD||If you are using Sony PMW-F55 camcorder, you know it shoots in XAVC format. The video format is amazing, but like MTS, it can't be directly copy to make DVD. So, you need to convert XAVC to DVD then to burn it.|
|MOD to DVD||MOD is also a commonly used camcorder video format. Camcorders like Canon FS100, JVC GZ-MG30, Panasonic SDR-S100, etc record in MOD format. To burn MOD to DVD, you also need to convert MOD to DVD first.|
MTS is a file extension for AVCHD (Advanced Video Coding High Definition) format, based on the MPEG-2 transport stream and supporting 720p and 1080i HD videos. Because the resolution of MTS videos can be up to 1920x1080 full HD, its size can be very large. Most camcorders nowadays use MTS format. Applications that can open MTS files include Roxio Creator NXT Pro 2, Flash CS5, various Cyberlink players, VLC Player, etc.
|Canon Camcorders That Shoot in MTS||Canon HF200, Canon XA10, Canon Vixia HF M500, Canon HFS10/100/200, Canon HR10, Canon HG10/21, Canon HF G30, Canon LEGRIA HFR56/HF R506/mini X, Canon XF 305/300/105/100, and more|
|Panasonic Camcorders That Shoot in MTS||Panasonic HDC-DX1, Panasonic HDC-SD10, Panasonic HDC-HS9, Panasonic HDC-SX5, Panasonic HDC-HS350, Panasonic HDC-HS20, Panasonic HDC-TM10, Panasonic HDC-HS200, Panasonic HDC-HS300, and more|
|Sony Camcorders That Shoot in MTS||Sony HDR-CX360V, HDR-CX220, HDR-PJ230, HDR-PJ380, HDR-PJ650V, HDR-PJ790V, Sony TG5V, Sony HDR-SR1,Sony Handycam HDR-XR100, Sony Handycam HDR-TD30V, Sony HDR-TD10, and more|
|JVC Camcorders That Shoot in MTS||JVC GZ-MS100, JVC GC-XA2, JVC GY-HM650EC,JVC GY-HM600EC,JVC GZ-G5, GZ-VX815B, GZ-EX555B, GZ-EX515B, GY-HM70U, GZ-E505B, GZ-EX355B, GZ-EX310A, GZ-EX250, JVC Everio GZ-GX1, and more|
Please just feel safe to download the program since it is 100% clean and safe. And then install and launch it. And please insert a blank DVD disc into your computer. You'll be asked to "buy now", to "register" or to "ask me later" by a "Register" pop-up. Please choose one to enter the main interface. If you haven't got an available DVD disc inserted, an info reading "There is no any recordable device!" pops up after you pass the "Register" pop-up. Click "OK" to skip it.
Note: Without an available DVD disc at the moment, you can choose to generate ISO files for further burning.
Click the "File" button on top left corner to "Import" the MTS files you want to burn. Or you can click the "+" button and select the desired MTS files. You are allowed to add several files at one time.
Note: Please choose your DVD disc capacity at the lower left corner with options of D5 120 minutes and D9 240 minutes. Please pay attention to the total video length and the capacity of your DVD disc. If your actual video length you imported is over the one you chose, you can't get a complete DVD content at last.
CAfter you load files, there will be scissors icon and pencil icon. To click the scissors icon, you can enter the "Trim" tab to define which segment you want to burn.
To click the pencil icon, you can enter the "Edit" tab with many editing tools available. There are "Crop", "Effect", "3D Effect", "Audio", and "Watermark".
In "Crop", you can resize the file and choose aspect ratio; in "Effect", you can adjust video brightness, contrast, saturation and add special effect; in "3D Effect", you can choose Red/Bue, Green/Red, or Yellow/Blue as 3D effect; in "Audio", you can adjust audio volume in video, and add fade-in and fade-out effect; in "Watermark", you can select watermark type (image or text).
On the right slot of the main interface, there is the "Customize DVD Menu" panel. Please choose a DVD menu for your DVD. There are different styles of built-in templates, including "Life Series", "Cartoon Series", and "Nature Series".
After you choosing a template, you can click the tool icon on the selected template to do more editing. You can change background with local images, add background music to make your DVD more attractive, type menu title, change button style, and apply frame.
Click "Burn" button to get ready to start burning. You'll enter the "Settings" tab after you click "Burn". Please type disc label and choose destination, file project, DVD aspect ratio, DVD format.
If you don't have a blank DVD disc at the moment, please choose to burn to ISO files. Click "OK" if everything is OK. And then the program starts burning automatically.