MTS to MKV Converter for Mac
High definition movies in 720 or 1080 pixels width format, usually MTS format are often encoded and packaged as a Matroska format video with a MKV file extension.Then what is MKV? Maybe I will show you something about it. MKV is a open standard free container format developed by Matroska. It can hold different types of videos and audios, that is to say, there might be a AVI file contained within the MKV file. An MKV file contains compressed video and audio streams along with an encoder. A codec is required to play this type of file. Before playing MKV file, you should first get the file, it is easy to convert your high definition MTS video file to MKV file by using our simple yet powerful
MKV converter for Mac MTS to
software, not only it can convert MTS to MKV, but also to other
common formats like AVI, MPEG, VOB, 3GP, MOV, WMV, RM, RMVB etc. And more features can be expected in MTS to MKV converter for Mac: trim the video to what you want, adjust output settings like Encoder, Resolution, Frame Rate and Bitrate. After that, you only need a codec to play it, as we know Apple QuickTime doesn't handle this file format natively, here, we recommend you to get either MPlayer OS X or VLC Media Player, they are both available for free.
Step by step to convert MTS to MKV on Mac
Step 1: Download and install MTS to MKV converter for Mac Free download the software and install at the specific location, and then have a test. Once you have run it, a gray interface will appear as follows:
Step 2: Load file Click Add File on the top of the panel to browse your computer hard disk to import the MTS file to convert, you can import a bunch of files at once, you can also delete unwanted source files by clicking Delete at the middle of the panel.
Step 3: Select format and the directory Click the drop-down list of Profile beside Settings tab on the bottom of the panel to select MKV as the output format, and then click Browse beside Open button to browse your computer hard disk to specify the location to store the converted files.
Moreover, if you want to integrate several files to be one single file, you can tick "Merge into one file".
Step 4: Crop video Click Crop on the top of the panel beside Effect button to pop up a Crop window, where you can crop the file in the following two ways: Setting aspect ratio: You are allowed to select an output aspect ratio from Zoom drop-down list. There are four choices available: Original, Full Screen, 16:9 and 4:3. Setting the values: Type the value directly or set the value in Left, Right, Top and Bottom area to set the position of the cropping frame.
Step 5: Conversion After all the editings have been done, click Convert to start converting automatically. The time taking varies depending on your project.