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Posted Friday, April 26, 2013 @ 02:08 PM    AIM

"Any ideas of an efficient MTS to mov converter? Does anyone have any ideas of a good MTS to mov converter? I installed one on my system and found that the output video was really very bad. Please help!"

"I'm going to re-post this here since it's partly a system resources question, and this is a higher traffic forum."

I am trying to see if I can work with MTS files on what I have. I've got a G5 with 10.4.11 (working on upgrading, I know), and an Intel Macbook 2008 with Leopard.

I need a free solution.

Research on Google shows so far that the only free solution is to use a program to rewrap it to m4v and then open it in Streamclip and convert (in my case, probably to DVCPro since my FCP is too old for ProRes. Not sure yet about AIC).

Here are my questions:

1) Does anyone have a better solution that is free?

2) Should I expect a loss of image quality this way?

3) My Macbook, as far as I am aware, does not have a dedicated video card? Does file conversion ,through these conversion programs, use the video card itself or does it just rewrite the file without that? Would converting files like that on a regular basis tax my Macbook too heavily? Fry it?

"Does MTS just go straight into Premiere Pro? It seems when I use ClipWrap to format the files to a .mov file for Final Cut Pro editing, it slightly degrades the quality when in ProRes HQ. What I'd like is no loss in quality if there no loss of quality when putting it into Premiere?

Is converting the MTS file degrading the quality?"

"Easy way to change a .MTS to .MOV movie? I have a movie in a .MTS format and it will not play on my Mac, so I need to change it to a .MOV format. I would like to do it entirely through the internet, and not download anything. Also it needs to be free. Or if there is a way to play a .MTS movie on my Mac (Lion 10.7.5) that would work too."

To convert MTS to MOV video in an easy way, you need Video Converter for Mac. It's an esay-to-use yet professional video tool that can help you convert any video to another format. Also you can extract audio from video, edit video with this powerful tool.

Based on the above introduction, Convert MTS to MOV Mac is not so hard to do with this MTS Converter. Below tips will guide you to experience the whole process- Convert MTS to MOV Mac.

Step 1: Download and install MTS to mov Converter for Mac.

Step 2: Click button "Add Video" to load MTS files to this converter.

Step 3: To click the editing button "Effect", "Trim", "Crop" to customize video effects; setting movie video brightness, contrast, saturation, and add your favorite watermarks.

Step 4: After editing, you can choose one item to convert or batch items to convert. just select the pickbox before convert.

Step 5: Now, select the output format. Click the "Profile" line to choose final format "*.mov".

Step 6: Click button "Convert" to start converting mts to mov for mac os. The preview window will flash up to show the status of conversion.

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