Forums
in > Search
Welcome to Pinnacle Systems - Forums Sign in | Join | Help

Processing .MTS files

Last post 01-29-2021, 4:41 by saby. 10 replies.
Sort Posts: Previous Next
  •  01-29-2021, 1:22 811271

    Processing .MTS files

    This is a new area for me which is why I am seeking some advice. Someone has sent me an SD card containing many short video clips that he has taken using a Still Camera with a video facility, and the files (494 of them) are all .MTS. I am currently importing them into Studio 23 but, as I have never processed this type of file before I need some advice on the best and most appropriate file to output to, with the output destination being a memory stick. Any advice would be much appreciated.
  •  01-29-2021, 1:59 811276 in reply to 811271

    Re:Processing .MTS files

    What are the technical details of these files (resolution, framerate, scanning scheme, ... ) ?
  •  01-29-2021, 2:15 811277 in reply to 811276

    Re: Re:Processing .MTS files

    Attachment: .MTS File.jpg

    Hi Yann

     

    Here is the Mediainfo analysis

     


  •  01-29-2021, 3:04 811279 in reply to 811277

    Re: Re:Processing .MTS files

    A good export option could be H.264 .MP4, with same resolution, approximately same bitrate, same framerate but Progressive.
  •  01-29-2021, 3:40 811281 in reply to 811279

    Re: Re:Processing .MTS files

    Thank you Yann. He has now told me that he does not require any editing of these files. Is it possible for me to simply copy the files on the SD straight over to a USB Stick for them to play in a smart tv or would these existing files not be recognised by the television?
  •  01-29-2021, 3:57 811282 in reply to 811281

    Re: Re:Processing .MTS files

    I don't know about MTS files, but I've had no problems at all playing MP4 files from PS on my LG flat from a USB stick.
  •  01-29-2021, 4:14 811283 in reply to 811281

    Re: Re:Processing .MTS files

    Bob keen:
    Thank you Yann. He has now told me that he does not require any editing of these files. Is it possible for me to simply copy the files on the SD straight over to a USB Stick for them to play in a smart tv or would these existing files not be recognised by the television?

    Who knows if the TV set will accept them ?

     

  •  01-29-2021, 4:20 811284 in reply to 811283

    Re: Re:Processing .MTS files

    Bob, you could also batch process all the files with Handbrake too.
  •  01-29-2021, 4:22 811285 in reply to 811284

    Re: Re:Processing .MTS files

    In case you would have to transcode them to MP4 files, do not re-encode them. Avidemux or Handbrake allow a directstream copy when passing from .mts to .mp4.
  •  01-29-2021, 4:36 811286 in reply to 811285

    Re: Re:Processing .MTS files

    Thanks guys. Yann, you introduced me to Avidmux a while ago and it has been useful in re-processing some files that Studio did not like. I will try using it to transcode them.

     

  •  01-29-2021, 4:41 811287 in reply to 811286

    Re: Re:Processing .MTS files

    And you can do some batch processing too.
View as RSS news feed in XML
Copyright © 2012 Corel, Inc.. Terms of Use | Privacy Policy