Play MTS/M2TS footage on Windows Media Player on Windows 10

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    [size="4"]In this page, we will talk about some tips and tricks to get MTS/M2TS recordings to Windows Media Player with smooth playback. Just read on, so that you can play MTS, M2TS videos in Windows Media Player with ease.[/size]

    MTS (or M2TS) is a file extention for the high definition digital video camera recorder format, i.e. avchd (Advanced Video Codec High Definition) format. The avchd format was developed jointly by Sony & Panasonic and introduced in 2006, mainly used in their digital camcorders.

    You may want to transfer MTS files from your camcorder to your computer for Playing or editing, right? you'll find some Player cann't support MTS format and almost all video editors can't support MTS format.

    Windows systems are integrated by default the WMP (Windows Media Player) player, but it only can supports few video formats, so we usually would not choose it to play video or audio files, think it is no use. WMP doesn't play that format natively. Since WMP can work H.264 MP4, WMV videos well, one possible solution is to convert MTS recordings to H.264 MP4/WMV video for playback with Windows Media Player easily.


    Here I will share with you how to take advantage of a third-party video conversion software to let Windows Media Player supports MTS/M2TS video file, easily meet everyone on the AVCHD film's demand.

    It is best not to use the Decoder produced by unknown third party, which is likely bundled with malicious software. Here, Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter is safe to use. With this MTS/M2TS converter, you can convert MTS/M2TS to Windows Media Playersupported WMV or AVI format without any hassles. Worry about the output video quality? No need at all. Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter will not compress any video quality and it also offers HD file outputs with good image/audio quality.


    Tutorial: Converting MTS/M2TS videos to Windows Media Player

    Step 1. Add MTS/M2TS source
    Install and run this MTS/M2TS Converter, drag-and-drop MTS/M2TS file to the program window, or go to the menu bar and choose "Add Video" or "Add from folder" button on to load your MTS, M2TS file. Note: this smart converter allows batch conversion to save your time, you can add as many .mts, .m2ts files as you want onto it.


    Step 2. Choose Windows Media Player friendly format

    Click the Format menu, select Windows Media Player friendly format as your output video format. There, you can take WMV, MP4 as your output video format.


    Step 3. Start conversion

    Finally click the Convert button to begin encoding MTS/M2TS to Windows Media Player format.

    After the short conversion, go to the output folder and drop the converted files into Windows Media Player. Once all this is done, your videos will be ready to play with Windows Media Player easily.

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