How to Edit MTS Files on Windows 10 or macOS Sierra?

Posted by admin on August 5, 2017 under Edit Videos | Be the First to Comment

“My digital camera takes HD video as MTS files (they call this AVCHD). I brought the MTS files onto my computer. I would like to open the MTS file in the editor, clip it, merge it and overlay text over it. Not a title, but text to stay throughout the video. I have figured that part out and was able to do this with a MOV file, but will I be able to do this with a MTS file?”

“How can i edit .mts files without quiality loss in a PC? I bought a Panasonic Lumix DC-ZS70 digital Camera and no video editor recognize the .mts files, please i need help, i am doing a short film and i can not work with this camera about that, also was expensive.”

AVCHD. MTS is a high definition video files that are commonly shoot by some digital camcorders like Canon, Sony, Panasonic, JVC camcorder etc. It is a unfriendly format that may can’t work with many video players even computer like PC or Mac. If you want to edit MTS files on a Windows 10 or macOS Sierra, you may problem need a MTS Editor for Windows 10 or macOS Sierra.

UFUSoft Video Editor (Compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP pc) or Video Editor for Mac (Compatible with macOS Sierra 10.12, Mac EI Capitan 10.11, Yosemite 10.10, Mavericks 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6, etc)  is probable one of the best MTS video editing software available for you to easy edit MTS videos with the built-in MTS video editing functions. You can cut MTS videos into smaller pieces, remove unwanted parts, add effect to MTS files or add transitions between MTS video etc on Windows 10 or macOS Sierra. follow the Simple guide to edit MTS files with MTS Video Editor.

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How to Edit MTS Files with MTS Editor for Windows 10 or macOS Sierra?

Step 1: Load MTS files to MTS Video Editor

After free download MTS Editor for Windows 10 or macOS Sierra. Click Add Videos on the topper left panel to add files to add. As batch process mode is supported. You can load as much file as you want.

Load MTS Files

Note:You can delete any video files by clicking “X” on the top right of the video you want to delete.
Step 2: Edit MTS video

There are four ways for you to edit MTS files with MTS Editor: Video Clip, Video Crop, Video Effect, Video Transition

Clip: Drag the video file to either Video A or Video B in the timeline, hit the video, click “Scissors” button to trim the video to when it comes to the position you want.

Crop: Hit the video in the timeline, and then click Settings on the top of the panel to pop up an interface where you can crop off your video in the directions of left, right, top, bottom, and also, you want rotate the video in the same way

Effect: On Settings tab, you can tweak you video brightness, contrast, saturation and hue from Video sub-tab, add special effect to your video from Effect sub-tab (there are more than 50 special effect available from three main categories: Adjust, Distortion, Filter). Besides, you can also make editing for audio like Volume, Fade in and Fade out.

Crop Effect

Transitions: In the timeline, you can add transitions between videos (Video A and Video B in the timeline) in the form of image, text and audio (use image, text and audio as transition). And also, you can add special transition from Transition tab on the top of the panel which can be choosing from “Fade”, “Slide” and “3D” sub-tab of Transition to customize your video

Transition

Step 3: Output parameter settings

When the editings above have been finished, click Save and publish to set output parameters such as output formats, output path, video and audio parameters before save the video.

output parameters setting

Note:Besides editing MTS files, MTS Editor for Windows 10 or macOS Sierra can also help you edit other videos files different sources like AVI, WMV, MPG, MOV, MP4, FLV, 3GP, AVCHD, MOD etc with or without converting to other video formats.

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