It's a naming convention. .m4v could be h.264, or it could be mpeg-4. It's pretty common to name DVD video (only) as .m2v. aka mpeg-2 video. .m2ts is mpeg-2 transport stream.
Okay guys, I created a 700 meg h264 m2t file and it plays perfect on my pc, on my ps3 about halfway through it the sound cuts out and sometimes plays fast, but it plays flawless on my pc - is there maybe a setting I need to change on my ps3?. as far as my m2t files, what would the easiest program/way to convert them to a format that would play in a blueray player??
Originally Posted by bighairnee7 /forum/post/18315269
What I dont get is I dont understand why Adobe Premiere CS4 wont allow me to edit a file, apply filters, and re-encode it with same standard the file is, m2ts, let me apply the effects and keep it in same file format.
Originally Posted by bighairnee7 /forum/post/18315200
I want to be able to give them to friends who have regular blueray players, not ps3's.
Originally Posted by Shadow_7 /forum/post/18318596
Is there a "standard" bluray player?