"Do not know if anyone here will know about this, but I thought it would be worth a try. I bought a Canon HF-S10 and recorded video, after remove the memory card and hooked it up to my USB2.0 interface to lead-in the videos into my PC. I try to "import video" to Windows Movie Maker but it did not work then I get noticed that the file has an ".MTS" extension, how can I let it to be popular Windows Media WMV?"-from Yahoo Answers!
Are you also troubled with transferring MTS video to Windows Movie Maker? If yes, I hope the article can give you some tips.
A review of MTS: based on the MPEG-2 transport stream container, normally called "AVCHD", used for high definition video by Sony, Panasonic, Canon, JVC and other AVCHD camcorder.
Doremisoft MTS to WMV Converter is specially designed to convert MTS to Windows Media Video and other multimedia formats as well like AVI, MPEG4, FLV, etc. With the converter in hand, you can effortlessly import or transfer .wmv video to Windows Media Player and Movie Maker for playback or editing.
Step 1: Free download MTS to WMV Converter, install and launch it.
Step 2: Press "Add File" to load MTS file to the software.
Step 3: Choose "HD Video"-> "HD WMV Video" as output format. You can also specify the folder to store the .wmv video.
Step 4: Customize MTS video under the options of "Clip" or "Edit".
Step 5: Click "start" to begin converting.
Note:When the conversion is done, load .wmv files to your target player or other place. WMV video can be supported by Windows Media Player, Windows Movie Maker and YouTube.