Whilest on holiday I moved the *.mts files from the SDHC card we were using in our Panasonic HDC-S80 video camera to an External USB drive in order to free up space to allow additional recording.
The MTS files play fine on the laptop however I would like to put them back on an SD card so that I can inflict them on friends and family directly from our Panasonic TX-L37D25B, however they don’t show up in the Media Player.
I tried reformating the SD card in the Video Camera, transfering some of the .mts files back and then recording a new short video with the video camera. Only the new one shows up when the SD card is put in the telly or in the index on the camera!
Does anyone know what I need to do to have the *.mts files show up in the Media Player of our Television?
MTS is a container format, commonly used for high definition video on AVCHD. It’s used for multiplexing audio, video and other streams. Since MTS files cannot be played smoothly on Panasonic media player like the situation mentioned above, you have to convert MTS files to playable formats at first. Here I recommend you convert MTS files to MP4 format for two reasons. First, MP4 is widely used on the most popular devices. More and more portable devices are support this file form. Second, MP4 has a much smaller file size and meanwhile remain the high video quality. Not perfect enough, we here would like to introduce you the professional Pavtube Video Converter (Mac version), which can meet the most people’s basic need.
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More details are allowed here for you to take the advice:
Step 1: Download and install the corresponding program. Click “Add video” on the main interface to load MTS files to the program. You can also drag the files to the program’s window list directly. This program can also support the batch video clips.
Step 2: Click the “Format” bar to get the drop-down menu and you can get “HD Video>>H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)” as output format.
Step 3: In the “Settings” button, you can adjust video and audio settings, including codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel.
Step 4: After all the settings, you can preview the final result of movie. If you are happy with the effect, you can then press the big “Convert” button on the lower right to launch the conversion.
Conclusion: Wait a moment, and then the conversion will be done flawlessly. After conversion, click “Open Folder” button to locate the converted video files. Follow the steps and do you solve the problem that Panasonic media player can’t accept MTS files?
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