What are MTS and M2TS?
MTS and M2TS are two most common video formats. The MTS file is a video file with the suffix MTS. The MTS format is new high-definition video format whose video coding is H.264, audio coding is AC-3, and resolution is full HD standard or 1440*1080. When the video is not captured, the format displayed on the software and the camera is MTS.
M2TS is a filename extension used for the Blu-ray Disc Audio-Video (BDAV) MPEG-2 Transport Stream (M2TS) container file format. It is used for multiplexing audio, video and other streams. It is based on the MPEG-2 transport stream container. This container format is commonly used for high definition video on Blu-ray Disc and AVCHD. To put it simply, MTS file turns to M2TS format file after being captured by software.
Out of the question, it is definitely a visual enjoyment that playing MTS/M2TS videos on huge screen TV. To minimize the quality damage to the original MTS/M2TS video, it is better to burn MTS/M2TS video to Blu-ray disc. Follow the steps below to finish the burning work.
Step1: Download, install and run Blu-ray Creator on your computer.
Blu-ray Creator is a multi-functional program which supports to convert and burn almost format video like RMVB, MP4, AVI, M4V to Blu-ray, DVD disc and/or ISO Image file. You can create your own videos with pictures, customize disc cover with music and dynamic image, and convert 2D movie to 3D one.
Step2: Download MTS/M2TS videos
Click the Add Video button to import MTS/M2TS videos you want to burn to Blu-ray; or directly drag them into this MTS/M2TS to Blu-ray burner. On the lower left corner is a Play button by clicking which you could preview the videos. During the progress of preview, you could have a snapshot if you meet the pictures you like and then you could find the pictures in the file behind the snapshot icon. The location of the snapshot file can be changed to wheel section.
Step3: Edit MTS/M2TS videos and customize a disc menu (Optional)
There is a built-in for you to do some changes on the videos. But this step is optional; if you don’t need a disc menu and have no demand to edit the videos, just skip to Step4.
Press the pencil icon turning to Edit panel. Six functional buttons are displayed on the left sidebar of this Blu-ray burner. This video editor enables you to trim video length, add watermark, crop screen size, adjust picture effects, convert 2D videos to 3D ones, and remove background noise according to your demands. It doesn’t support to edit multiple videos at one time and thus you have to edit the videos one by one. But you could apply the sections to all videos. And then click OK button.
Go back to the main page to select one template as disc menu from the right sidebar. If you don’t want disc menu, just click “NO Menu” button. Suppose you don’t like the templates, you could create one in your style.
Tick one template and you will see an eye icon in the middle. Click it for an instant preview and then hit the pencil icon behind to make your own disc cover with background music and image. You could add video to make a dynamic image. Then save it to Custom penal for future use.
Step4: Burn MTS/M2TS Video to Blu-ray disc
1. Insert the disc to the BD recorder drive and connect the drive to the computer through USB cable.
2. Select disc type (ensure it is consistent with the one you have inserted), bit rate and aspect ratio listed at the bottom; click the big green Burn button for disc label. Decide the location where to store the Blu-ray folder or ISO Image file.
3. You could simultaneously burn MTS/M2TS videos to Blu-ray folder or ISO Image file, which only can be done with the premise that the hard drive capacity of the computer is enough. Then click the flame icon to start burning. It takes some time to burn the videos to Blu-ray disc, you could set up to shut down the software when all tasks over.
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