Have you caught into this situation: when you attempted to play AVCHD files from your camcorder like this one Sony HDR-SR5 but failed. Actually the camcorder format M2TS is not popular. So it can not be directly played on some media players like this one Windows Media Player, BlackBerry, Archos, mobile phone, PAD, etc. Here the guide is to show you an easy way to convert M2TS to AVI via Moyea M2TS Converter.
To start, please download this M2TS to AVI Converter here, install and run it.
Step 1: Click “Add” to load your M2TS files into this program (or directly drag your M2TS files into it)
Step 2: Select output format as AVI and set destination
The M2TS Converter is a comprehensive M2TS converter tool including a large range of supported files, such as HD AVI, DivX AVI, XviD AVI and lossless AVI format. Just choose the right one from its available avi file.
Step 3: Click the “Convert” button to start M2TS to AVI conversion
Useful tips of the Moyea M2TS Converter:
Edit – Provide some powerful editing options, like crop, trim, effect, watermark, deinterlacing, audio replace, volume adjustment and so on.
Settings – Enable you to customize audio and video parameter to best meet your needs, such as frame rate, bitrate, codec, file size, channels, etc.
Merge into one file – Join or combine multiple M2TS files into a single one
Snapshot – Capture the current or still picture when viewing
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