How to Convert Sony MTS to MPEG-4?

“I recorded lots of AVCHD.MTS video clips with my Sony handycam. Now, I want to import these Sony MTS video files to iPad for playback, however, not compatible, is there anyone knows how to import Sony MTS video to iPad? ”

The Sony HDR Handycam camcorder is great for professional and amateur users because of the low price and excellent video quality, it's easy to record high quality MTS videos by Sony Handycam camcorder. However, mts video files can't be natively supported by various portable devices.

Sony MTS to MP4 Converter helps you convert MTS video files from all kinds of Sony camcorders to MP4, MPEG-4, H.264 etc for importing to iPad, iPod, iPhone, Kindle Fire, Galaxy Tab, Nook Tablets, Samsung Galaxy S2/3/4, Galaxy ACE, HTC One, etc for playback.

Note: For Mac user, you can use Sony MTS to MP4 for Mac Converter; for Windows user, you can use Sony MTS to MP4 Converter.

Simple Steps to Convert Sony MTS to MP4

Step 1. Free Download, install and open up this MTS to MP4 Converter for Mac, click Add File button to import MTS video files, batch conversion supported.
Sony MTS to MP4 Converter

Step 2. Click Profile drop-down list to select MP4 as the output format, Then click the "Setting" button on the right to adjust video and audio settings. Click Browse the local mac to select a folder to save AVI after conversion from MTS.

Step 3. Click Convert Button to begin to convert MTS to MP4 on Mac. After the conversion, you can get the new files in the Open folder.

Now, you have success converted Sony MTS to MP4, now, you can play the converted MTS video files with portable devices anywhere and anytime.

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