If you have ever shot some videos with your Sonny or Panasonic AVCHD camcorder, then you probably need to convert MTS to MOV on Mac to solve format incompatibility issues when you need to:
Tenorshare Video Converter for Mac is strongly recommended to help you convert MTS/M2TS to MOV format on Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 and under. After conversion, you can feel free to play these MTS/M2TS files with QuickTime, import MTS footages to FCP or iMovie, and burn MTS with iDVD. To convert MTS to MOV files on Windows, turn to Tenorshare Video Converter.
Below is a step-by-step tutorial to convert MTS or M2TS videos to MOV videos on Mac computer.
Actually, there are a lot of free online MTS/M2TS to MOV converter. However, they have this or that limitation, such as:
Therefore, we highly recommend you to use the local converter instead.
|Technical details||It is a file extension and used for the Blu-ray Disc MPEG-2 Transport Stream container file format. The container is a modified version of the MPEG-2 transport stream specification for Blu-ray discs, DVD's, Hard Disks or solid state memory cards.||It is used for the MPEG-2 transport system in Blu-ray disc audio-video container file format. These files are raw HD videos that are recorded using mostly Sony, Panasonic and canon AVCHD camcorders.|
|Similarity||Both MTS and M2TS file extensions support 1080i and 720p HD video formats.|
|Difference||The only difference is that the video file in M2TS is saved in the Blu-ray BDAV format.|