Sunday, August 21, 2016

How are you Transcoding MTS files to Pluraleyes 4/3 on Mac and Wins

Have tried the Export & Render Audio workaround that was necessary for working with multipart MTS files in PluralEyes 4/3/2 but it still fails ? No worries, here is the best solution, check it out!

MTS format is a high-definition MPEG, AVC, H.264 transport stream video file format which is commonly used by HD camcorders such as Sony, Canon, Panasonic. These files are also present on Blu-ray disc compilations, therefore they are capable of storing quite a large amount of information and data. However, duing to its highly compression character, users who want to edit MTS videos with Pluraleyes 4/3/2 usually run into incompatibility issue. Or can’t edit them smoothly after taking some time for importing MTS to Pluraleyes.

Thus, when you get many MTS videos and want to edit them with Pluraleyes, it's better to take advantage of the ProRes codec on Mac OS X (El Capitan included) or WMV format on Wins (Windows 10 included).

In this try, I apply Brorsoft’s MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac and convert all my MTS files to ProRes. When I got the output ProRes files into Pluraleyes 4/3, smooth and fast workflow, saving time and effort. If you are also in such situation, or even still stick on Pluraleyes 4/3 or Pluraleyes 2, you’d better to read on to learn the workable way to import MTS to Pluraleyes.

If you're using a Windows PC, please turn to its equivalent Windows version- Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter , which can help you solve the MTS incompatibility on Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10.

( Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)

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Guide of Converting MTS to Prores/WMV for Pluraleyes 4/3 on Mac and Wins

Step 1: Load Canon/Sony/Panasonic/JVC MTS files to the program
Run the program you just set up. Drag and drop the MTS files to the Converter. You can also hit Add files button to import videos to the app.

If your original MTS files are not damaged, the program will automatically load audio counterparts. Batch conversion is available here.

Step 2: Select output format
You just need to go to Final Cut Pro column by choosing "Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (*.mov)" as best video format for editing MTS in Pluraleyes 4/3 as well as good video quality.

1- If you just want to convert this video for normal use and want it to be smaller in size, then Apple ProRess 422 (*.mov) is suggested.
2- You can also click "Settings" which is marked as step 3 to fix the frame rate, bitrate and video quality to your needs

3- For who are running on Windows with PulralEyes, HD Video -->WMV HD(*.wmv) on the dropdown menu is recommended,

Step 3: Start Converting MTS to ProRes MOV

Now click "Convert" and let it go. The MTS to Pluraleyes 4/3 Converter for Mac supports batch conversion, so if you have lots of MTS videos to convert, check 'Shut down computer after conversion', and you can go away without keeping an eye on it.

When the conversion is done, you can find the output files by clicking "Open" button on the main interface, then you can transfer the files to your Pluraleyes 4/3 to edit with ease.

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