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post #1 of 11 Old 04-25-2011, 03:22 PM - Thread Starter
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Is there any easy to use software that will let me take MTS files on my computer and just make a dvd from them that will play in any dvd player. Also have an option to make a Blue Ray?

Based on someone's post in the forum I thought Roxio 2011 would but it says it does not support MTS or even M2TS as an input format.

Is there anything that is easy to use that will do this? Don't even really care about editing. Maybe once in awhile to trim out some unwanted footage.

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Hmm so does this mean nobody knows of any software or that it doesn't exist?
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ConvertXtoDVD is a simple software to make DVDs from MTS files, but it doesn't burn to Blu-ray.

Download Link: http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/

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I can think of 2 programs that will do what you wish. Corel's "VideoStudio Pro" and Cyberlink's "PowerDirector". They will both accept .mts or .mt2s files and convert, then burn to DVD. Both are good cheap editing software's that will do BD burning also. PowerDirector seems a little less buggy according to reviews and from my experience.

There are free 30 day trials available to try via download for both programs on Corel's and Cyberlink's websites.

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Thanks for the suggestions. PowerDirector according to their website imports M2T but no mention of MTS.

http://www.cyberlink.com/products/po...ats_en_US.html

Video Studio says they import M2T & M2TS but no mention of MTS.
http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satelli...1#tabview=tab3

Unless a program that imports M2T automatically means it will do MTS too? I do appreciate the info though.
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MTS and M2T are the same thing. You'll find that if an editing program supports one then it will support the other.

Why don't you download a trial version of those applications you listed and try it out?
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MTS and M2T are the same thing. You'll find that if an editing program supports one then it will support the other.

Why don't you download a trial version of those applications you listed and try it out?

I am going to try them this weekend. Thank you all for the help.
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My granddaughter and I loaded three mts files into (free) Windows Movie Maker on a Windows 7 laptop. She added some title screens and and saved to a dvd. It played fine on her dad's (my son) dvd player.
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Tried to download trial of Cyberlink Media Suite. All I get is 9 files with extension .P00 to .P09 They do nothing when I click on them

Roxio I don't see any trial versions.

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Are you sure you allowed the files to download completely? The Media Suite download is over 1 gigabyte in size - it will take a while to download. Run the "CyberLink Media Suite Downloader.exe" installer again and verify that the download is complete.
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Are you sure you allowed the files to download completely? The Media Suite download is over 1 gigabyte in size - it will take a while to download. Run the "CyberLink Media Suite Downloader.exe" installer again and verify that the download is complete.

I ran it again and this time it automatically came up and ask me if I wanted to install. Thank you.

Now if only I could get a trial of Roxio to compare the 2.
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