Are you searching for a MTS video player to playback MTS files on your Mac from AVCHD camcorders, such as JVC, Panasonic, Canon and Sony brand AVCHD Cameras? Or Looking for a MTS video converter for mac os to convert MTS clips so as to upload MTS to Youtube, take MTS files with iPod, iPhone, iPad, etc. Or seeking a MTS video editor Mac software to edit MTS files or import MTS into mac editing programs like iMovie, Final Cut Express and Final Cut Pro?
Mac MTS Converter is a great MTS converting software for mac, working well with all popular AVCHD Camcorders, like Sony, Panasonic, Canon, JVC and Sanyo brand. MTS Converter for Mac is able to convert AVCHD footage/video that in mts, m2ts, ts files extension to common video formats like avi, flv, mov, mpg, mp4, etc. and extract audio from MTS file saving them as mp3, aac.
Doremisoft MTS file Converter For Mac is the right solution to deal with MTS conversion for mac users,and Mac MTS file Converter is also a versatile MTS Editor For Mac, editing MTS files: crop MTS files, clip MTS video and effect MTS movies. In addition, with MTS file converter Mac, you can import MTS into iMovie, transfer MTS to FCP and put MTS into FCE for future editing.
With Doremsioft MTS Converter Mac, you are able to do MTS conversion on Mac OS X, including Snow Leopard, Tiger, Lion just with the following a few mouse clicks.
After launching the MTS Converter Mac, import MTS files into MTS converter from Mac Hard Drive by clicking the "Add File" button.
In the Profile list, select the right output format to meet your needs, for example, if you want to transfer MTS files into your iPod, move the mouse cursor to "iPod" option to set it as the output format
Click on the "Clip" button, drag the slider bars or input the start and end time values in the box to get favourite segments from source MTS files.
Click the "Start" button to start converting your MTS videos. The state will show you the details of MTS conversion: how much has been finished and when one of file is finished, it will show you a "√" signal.