HD Camcorders, especially AVCHD Camcorders, record footage in MTS or M2TS format that are not compatible with most smart phones. If you happen to shoot HD contents with Canon Vxia HF S10/20, Sony Handycam HDR-CX550, or Panasonic HDC-TM300, and want to watch the MTS/ M2TS video on iPhone, iPhone 3G, or Apple’s latest iPhone 4, then Pavtube MTS/ M2TS converter will help. With the powerful MTS converter, you can convert MTS or M2TS to iPhone compatible formats and sync the MTS to your iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPhone 4 easily. I strongly recommend you to try Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter. The trial version has not any functional or time restriction, only a Pavtube Logo will be put on the converted video. It is a useful tool for you to convert MTS/ M2TS to iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 4 with very fast conversion speed. Meanwhile you can join MTS together, split and convert partial of the MTS file, remove the interlacing lines from footage, add music to the MTS videos, etc.
Please find below a step-by-step guide for directly convert MTS/ M2TS to iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 4 :
Step 1. Get ready for the MTS/M2TS to iPhone conversion. Download Pavtube AVCHD to iPhone Converter, install and run it. Click “Trial” when a dialoguebox pops up, asking you whether to Purchase or “Trial”.
Step 2. Load MTS/ M2TS videos to M2TS Converter. Click on “Add” button and navigate to your target files. When the selected MTS/ M2TS files are imported to file list, check the MTS/ M2TS files you would like to convert to iPhone. You can edit the files by clicking on “Edit” button.
Step 3. Set output format for iPhone, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4. Click on Format bar, select “iPhone” from the format list and in submenu you will find MP4 format with different resolutions and MOV format for iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPhone 4, select any one of them to meet your needs. To maintain best video quality for iPhone 4, you may choose “iPhone H.264 720P”, and the MTS/ M2TS videos will be converted into iPhone 4 720p HD MP4 videos. Then Click on the small folder icon to specify the output folder.
Step 4. Start MTS/ M2TS to iPhone conversion. Click on the “Convert” button and the program will convert MTS/ M2TS videos to MP4/ MOV/M4V for you to playback on iPhone, iPhone 3G or iPhone 4. After conversion you may sync the iPhone videos to iTunes and transport them to iPhone. Now you can enjoy your favorite footage wherever and whenever.
Trick 1. Adjust video quality and file size.
You are encouraged to use the default settings. However, when you feel like improving HD video quality, or cutting down file size, please click on “Settings” button to set video size, video quality, audio quality, channels (mono or stereo) to get customized iPhone videos. To improve the video quality, you may set a higher value in bit rate, to cut down file size, just set a lower bit rate value. For instance, you may select iPhone -> iPhone H.264 720P(*.mp4), click on "Settings" button and adjust the A/ V parameters as below shows:
After set the video and audio parameters, do not forget to click “OK” button. If you would like to preserve these settings for future use, simply click “Save As” button and give it a name, eg. iPhone 4 HD Video (*.mp4). The next time you run this MTS to iPhone Converter to convert video to iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, you can easily find the customized new format in “Custom” row.
Trick 2. Join MTS files together as iPhone video.
To join multiple MTS video clips together, simply select the MTS videos you want to merge and check the box of “Merge into one file” on the main interface.
Trick 3. Deinterlace MTS videos.
Footages shot by some camcorders may ends up interlaced. Juggled edges and ghosting occurs when you preview the AVCHD footage. In that case you can set deinterlace effect to eliminate the combing. Follow Edit->Effect->Deinterlacing. If you’d like to de-interlace all the selected items, please click “Apply To All”.
Trick 4. Make iPhone ringtone.
The MTS/ M2TS Converter also extract iPhone ringtone (M4R audio) from MTS and M2TS videos. To get iPhone ringtone, just select iPhone-> iPhone Ringtones(*.m4r) when set output format. You may also trim the output file to desired duration. Simply click on “Edit” menu, switch to “Trim” tab and set desired start and end time.
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