Have captured lots of video clips with your HD camcorder during a trip, a party or a family get-together? Don't you want to recall the best moments on your mobile device and take them on the go? However, camcorders like Sony, Canon and Panasonic record video in AVCHD (MTS/M2TS) format. It is a file-based format for the digital recording and playback of high-definition video. The default media player from Apple (QuickTime) will not play AVCHD video natively. Besides, you cannot directly transfer AVCHD video to your portable device for playback either. So what's the solution?
What you only need is a converter that will go from AVCHD MTS/M2TS to common video formats such as MP4, MOV, FLV, 3GP. The Clone2Go Video Converter for Mac comes to the rescue! It fully supports converting AVCHD files recorded with HD camcorders without lossy quality.
So the following step-by-step guide will show you how to convert AVCHD MTS/M2TS video shot with HD camcorders on Mac OS X, so that you can enjoy HD camcorder videos on mobile players such as iPad, iPhone, PSP, Galaxy Tab, Android Tablets, BlackBerry, Kindle Fire, upload HD camcorder videos to YouTube or Facebook, edit HD camcorder videos in Apple iMovie, burn HD camcorder videos to DVD in Apple iDVD and more.
Add MTS/M2TS Video Files
Download the latest version of Video Converter for Mac, install and run it.
Click the "Add Files" button to import the MTS/M2TS files recorded with your HD camcorders. Then you can get the video information in the manager panel.
Select Output Format
After the MTS/M2TS files are imported, go to the "Output" panel. Click the "Profile" drop-down list to choose the output format you need. For instance, if you want to watch the HD camcorder video on your iPad, you can select iPad from the category and then select iPad HD H.264 Video as the output format.
Trim Video (Optional)
If you want only part of the camcorder video, Video Converter for Mac can help you trim the video file by specifying the "Start Time" and "Stop Time" under the manager panel within the accuracy of second.
Start to Convert AVCHD Files on Mac
When all settings are done, click the "Convert Now" button to start convert AVCHD MTS/M2TS video files on Mac OS X.