Best way to Play MTS videos in Windows Media Player

This article will teach you how to freely play MTS videos in Windows Media Player on Windows 10.

“When I try to play MTS files using Windows Media Player on Windows 10. I get the error message, “your computer is running low on memory. Quit other programs and then try again,” even with no other programs running. Windows Media Player will play other types of video files without difficulty.”

According to Microsoft support website, Windows Media Player still won’t support AVCHD MTS files. Though we can make WMP play AVCHD MTS video by install some codec, the process should be painful. Then is there any simple way to watch MTS videos in Windows Media Player on Windows 10/8/7?

Of course, there is an effective way for you to follow-convert MTS to WMV for Windows Media Player with a professional third party program. Here, Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter is highly recommended. With this MTS/M2TS converter, you can convert MTS/M2TS to Windows Media Player supported WMV or AVI format without any hassles.

Moreover, this best MTS converter will help you convert, play and edit MTS files and export videos in any other format including MP4, H.265, MKV, AVI, WMV, MOV, MPG, etc or popular personal devices like PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, DVD Player, VLC, Plex, TV, etc. as you need. Now learn the guide how to re-encode MTS to Windows Media Player in detail.

Guides on Encoding MTS/M2TS to WMV for Windows Media Player

One: Install and run this MTS Converter, drag-and-drop MTS 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 file. Note: this smart converter allows batch conversion to save your time, you can add as many .mts files as you want onto it.

Two: Click the “Format” drop-down button to select WMP supported WMV, ASF as output profile from “Common Video” or “HD Video” Category.

Tip- Video/Audio Settings: You can also click “Settings” icon to and enter “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channels.

Three: Tap the “Convert” button at the bottom right corner to start and finish encoding/re-encoding MTS to Windows Media Player more supported format WMV, AVI. After the conversion, click the Open button to get the resulted video. Now, you can successfully load and play MTS in Windows Media Player (11/12) without any issue.

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How to Merge and Burn MTS files into DVD

Wanna combine several MTS recordings into one and burn into DVD for backup? This article discusses how to merge MTS files for DVD burning. Read on.

“I want to know that how to combine MTS videos into one for burning to normal dvd fromat to be played in dvd players because i have an 80GB AVCHD format home video? Thank you. I will be eagerly waiting for reply.”

Many guys would like to burn MTS to DVD so as to play the disc in a regular DVD player. However, the MTS is not a natural format for DVD authoring. Therefore, if you wanna burn MTS/M2TS files to DVD, you need to convert MTS to DVD compatible format like MPEG-2. This guide will tell you how to convert MTS to DVD friendly format.

First download Brorsoft MTS Converter (Mac)

With it, you can re-encode your MTS/M2TS files to DVD format, MPEG-2, with minimum video quality loss. The most important thing is that this software can help you merge several MTS files into one for DVD burning easily. Now, follow the guide below to start conversion.

Freely Combine and Burn MTS files into DVD

One: Run the MTS converter for DVD burning. You can directly drag and drop the MTS/M2TS files to the software, or click “Add” button to locate the .m2ts files into the program. Click “Merge into one” function if you need.

Two: Go to “Format” list and choose MPEG-2 as output formats. If necessary, you can set the parameters like Video Size, Audio&Video bitrate, Frame rate .etc in “Settings” page before conversion. Usually, Normal DVD displays as 720*480.

Three: After all settings, click “Convert” button to start MTS to DVD MPEG-2 burning.

Now, you can run the burner to make the disc now. The encoded videos are saved under “Open” panel. Enjoy!

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Split and Merge MTS files for Mac (Macos Sierra included)

This article tells you how to merge and split MTS video files on Macos Sierra. Keep reading.

I was looking for some effective ways to merge mts videos into one on Macos Sierra for FCP editing. But the tools supplied online like Handbrake&Clip Wrap can not offer the quality I want. After digging on Google, I found a professional program to merge/combine/split AVCHD .mts files on Mac.

Brorsoft MTS Converter for Mac (Windows) is what I am talking about.

It not only offers the optimized codecs for NLEs like Apple ProRes for FCP, AIC for iMovie, DNxHD for Avid, MPEG-2 for Premiere .etc, but also supplies editing functions before conversion including merge, split, crop, trim, add watermark and more. Now, download the software on computer and follow the tutorial below to split&merge MTS files.

How to Split and Combine MTS files

1: Run the program on computer, drag&drop MTS video files to the program. Or click the Add video button to locate the files you want to add.

2: Tap the Video Split button and enable the Video Split function. Now choose the way you want to split- Split file count; split time length; split file size.

If you want to merge several files into one simply click “Merge into one file” right deside “Settings” button.

3: Choose the output you want in “Format” column.

4: Tap the “Convert” button to start splitting video files. After the process, it’s easy for you to locate the split&merge files under “Open” panel.

Change Aspect Ratio of MTS video files

Wanna change Aspect Ratio of MTS video files from 4:3 to 16:9 or cut black bars from MTS videos for easily playing and editing? Follow this article, you will learn how to.

Change Aspect Ratio of MTS video files from 4:3 to 16:9

“Hi, I am going to convert a bunch of my AVCHD (*.mts) videos to H.264 (*.mp4). Videos was taken by Canon Legria in 1920×1080 and Panasonic G7. I have a simple question! How can I adjust aspect ratio of MTS video files from 4:3 to 16:9?”

Remove Black bars on sides of MTS files

“How come when I drop MTS files onto my SONY Vegas 10 timeline I get black bars on the sides of the preview window? Is there any way I can cut MTS black bars

As we all know, aspect ratio of the original video can not be changed easily. While if you wanna convert MTS videos for playing on big or widescreen TV, then you can change the aspect ratio during the conversion process via a professional third party program.

There are a lot of programs online for you to choose. What I used is Brorsoft MTS Converter for Mac (Windows version). It not only offers multiply outputs for MTS footage easily playing and editing, but also supplies basic editing functions such as trimming, cropping, adding watermark .etc. Now, download the software on computer and learn how to set aspect ratio of MTS video files and cut black bars.

Step One: Set up the MTS converter app on your computer, and then Click Add Video button to load your source files. You can directly drag and drop the MTS videos to the program.

Step Two: Choose output format you want under “Format” column, and tap “3D” button on the top of the main interface to adjust aspect Ratio of MTS video files before conversion.

Go to ‘Crop’ page and choose “Advanced Mode”, in the below page, you can change the Ratio casually.


How to Get the black bars off

In the Video Editor interface, here you see the Original Preview and Output Preview area. The original video is put in green frame. Drag the dotted frame to crop black bar out as it shows below.

Step Three: After all settings, tap the “Convert” button to start converting MTS clips to desired formats with preferred aspect ratio without black bars.