How to Convert HD M2TS to DVD?
M2TS Converter is a unique m2ts video converter, which is able to convert m2ts files to popular and common formats. The m2ts video converter has an intuitive interface with all function buttons there. Once click and activate the m2ts converter program, the task to convert m2ts files is no problem at all. M2TS Converter can convert M2TS files to AVI, MP4, WMV, 3GP and all the popular video formats. In addition, it sustains converting m2ts video to audio files, such as AAC, AC3, MP3, M4A, MP2, OGG, WAV, WMA and more. It is a mixture of video converter and audio extractor.
Apart from playing the role of m2ts video converter, the software itself has strong functions, which consist of trimming, effect, merging, cropping and so on. All these factors contribute to setting up a satisfactory output. You can also set video and audio parameters to adjust the value to the most satisfying extent.
* OS Supported: Windows NT4/2000/2003/XP and Windows Vista, Windows 7
* Hardware Requirements: 800MHz Intel or AMD CPU, or above; 512MB RAM or more
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