Convert and import m2ts video to divx player on Mac
m2ts video that recoded from AVCHD camcorder like Sony XR 520, Panasonic HDC-SD 10, Canon VIXIA HF10 etc is not widely compatible with many multimedia device.
Divx is a media container formats that extended from AVI and container for MPEG-4 Part 2-compliant video, can be widely accepted by Blackberry etc video player.
Convert and import m2ts files to divx device on Mac
FAQ: I got m2ts video from Sony HDR-SR5, can not import to Creative Zen directly, so I encode it to divx, but during playback I get horizontal lines sort of on the edges of anything that is moving which makes everything semi blurred. Any help to convert m2ts files to divx without this issue?
To be frank, there are many ways to decode m2ts files, but mostly are too complex and helpless. However, iorgsoft m2ts to divx converter for Mac supports convert m2ts files to divx just by three steps with best output quality and fast speed on Mac.
Mac m2ts to divx converter software can convert m2ts files to divx, m2ts to avi, m2ts to hd avi, m2ts to divx, import m2ts video to avi player like Blackberry, iRiver, Creative Zen etc and upload m2ts movie to Youtube.divx on Mac os.
Tips: With m2ts to divx program for Mac, you also can convert mts, ts, trp video to divx, convert flip video to divx, convert xvid to divx, convert m2ts to 3gp, flv, mp4, mov, swf, m4v, mpeg, rmvb, mkv, dv etc freely, convert divx to these common video vice versa etc on Mac os.
Magic m2ts to divx converting tool Mac surely can import m2ts files to other video player, editor like Quicktime, iTunes, iPad, iPod, iPhone, PSP, PS3, Gphone, T-Mobile G1, Kin phone, iMovie, fcp, fce, adobe premiere , iDVD etc on Mac.
Extract audio from video and save as mp3, mp2, amr, flac, wma, mka, aac, ac3, aiff etc and edit m2ts video through crop, merge, trim, clip, split,apply effect, setting output parameter, snapshot, rotate etc on Mac all can using m2ts to divx converter for Mac.
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