MTS to Windows Movie Maker Converter
How to import and edit AVCHD (mts) file in Windows Movie Maker, this could be a pending problem for many camcorder users. AVCHD as we know is a form of high definition camcorder video compression format jointly developed by Panasonic and Sony for use in consumer camcorders that allows large data files created by HD video recording to be captured and saved on digital media such as hard disk drives and flash memory cards. And Windows Movie Maker is a basic video editing software developed by Microsoft, it contains features such as effects, transitions, titles/credits, audio track, timeline, narration and Auto Movie.It is also a basic audio track editing program that can apply basic effects to audio tracks such as fade in and fade out. According to the technical spec page, the video formats supported by Windows Movie Marker are AVI, WMV, MPEG, MPG, MPEG1, M1V, ASF, or MP2. It is not difficult to find out that Windows Movie Maker doesn't supports AVCHD (mts) natively. Then how to import and edit MTS file in Windows Movie Marker? There are actually many methods as you can imagine, that is, convert MTS file to one of the file formats supported by Windows Movie Maker. This is exactly what MTS to Windows Movie Maker converter does, by using this professional and powerful MTS to Windows Movie Maker converter, you can not only convert MTS to Windows Movie Maker supported format smoothly, besides you can also do some editing like tweaking Encoder, Resolution, Frame rate, Bitrate etc depending as you like.
Guidance on how to convert MTS to Windows Movie Maker
Step 1: Download and install MTS to Windows Movie Maker Converter Free download the software and install it on the specific location on your computer, and then run a test. The main interface of the software is as follows:
Step 2: Load file Click Add... at the middle of the panel to browse your computer hard disk to import MTS file to convert. As batch conversion is supported you can import a bundle of files at one time.
Step 3: Select output format and directory Click the drop-down list of Profile on the bottom of the panel to select the output format to convert. It can be either ASF, AVI, WMV, MPEG1, MPEG, MPG, M1V or MP2.
And then click the upward and green arrow of Output to select a location to store the converted file.
Step 4: Video effect Click Edit button at the middle of the panel to pop up a Video Edit window, there are three options available: Crop, Trim, Effect, you can edit the file by clicking them separately, for example by clicking Effect tab you can adjust Brightness, Contrast, Saturation of the source file.
Step 5: Conversion After all the desirable settings have been done, click Start to start converting automatically, the time taking depending on the file size and settings you made.