How to convert MTS to Quicktime with MTS to Quicktime Converter for Mac?
Get some funny MTS videos and want to play MTS videos on Quicktime on Mac? Many Mac users shooted some videos with cameras like Sony, Panasonic, Canon etc, the, they want to watch the videos on Quicktime, but they can't import the MTS videos into Quicktime for playing on Mac.
As we know MTS is a High-definition MPEG Transport Stream video format which isnâ€™t compatible with QuickTime. So you should do is convert MTS to Quicktime supported video formats like MOV, MP4 etc.
Mac MTS to Quicktime Converter is a professional software application which allows Mac users to convert MTS to Quicktime so that they can import converted MTS video into Quicktime for playing on Mac.
With this MTS to Quicktime MOV Converter Mac, you also can convert MTS to other popular video formats like AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, 3GP, etc on Mac. What's more, editing videos is also allowed. You can crop videos, merge videos, add watermark, trim videos and other editing settings for you.
The following guide is written to help you to convert MTS to Quicktime with MTS to Quicktime Converter Mac.
Step 1. Free download and run MTS to Quicktime Converter for Mac.
After running Mac MTS to Quicktime Converter, click â€œAddâ€ button and browse to the MTS files either from scratch disk or cam HDD for loading to the converter.
Step 2. Select outut format and set a location for your files.
Click on "Format" bar and set a FCE friendly format. Here we choose "Common Video" > "MOV - QuickTime (*.mov)" as output format, then you can click "Browse" button to set a location.
Step 3. Click "Convert" button to start converting MTS format on Mac.
Of couser, if you would like, there are some editig fnctions to allow you make you videos before converting MTS to Quicktime, like add watermark, trim video, crop video. When all things are ready, just click "Convert" button to convert MTS to Quicktime on Mac.
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