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How to Convert MTS/M2TS to FLV in Windows/Mac

If you have some MTS or other HD AVC video taken by camcorders, you'll be frustrated when you want to share them online with family and friendly since almost no online video websites supports MTS format. Luckily, now it's not a problem at all with a perfect MTS to FLV converter.

In a nutshell, you can use Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate to convert MTS and M2TS files to FLV so as to upload them to YouTube, Google Video, Vimeo, Facebook, Metacafe, etc. and share them with the world through the Internet. This video conversion program fully supports Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP and Windows Vista. And thanks to the leading acceleration technology, now the video conversion speed is up to 30X faster while remaining high output video quality. In addition to MTS video, this video converter also can convert HD videos such as TP, TS, TRP, etc. and standard video files such as MP4, MOV, WMV, MKV, FLV, AVI, 3GP, M4V, ASF, VOB and more. Download the right version here and follow the instructions below to convert camcorder MTS/M2TS video to FLV with ease. (Mac users please download the Mac version, which is compatible with the latest Mountain Lion.)

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How to Convert MTS format to FLV with ease

Aimersoft Video Converter comes with a very intuitive interface so you can get the conversion done in no troubles. Below are the simple steps to change camcorder MTS/M2TS video format to FLV in Windows. (Note that the way to convert MTS and M2TS videos to FLV on Mac OS X is almost the same.)

1 Add MTS files

First Get MTS video files from HD video camera/camcorder to your PC. Connect the HD video camera / camcorder to your PC with a USB cable. Once connected and powered on, the camcorder should appear on the desktop as a new disk. It is desirable that you copy the video to your PC's hard-drive before converting or editing it. Next, download an install the video converter, then open it and add the MTS files you want to convert in the following two ways:

1> Click Add Files to browse and choose videos from your computer's hard drive for loading to the program.

2> Directly drag video clips to the program for conversion.

All the added video files can be previewed with the built-in video player and you're free to take snapshots of your favorite movie scenes. Moreover, it lets you choose the preferred subtitle and audio track. If you want to merge multiple files into one big file, please select Merge all videos into one file on the main interface.

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Tips: You can click Edit to open the video editing window, where you can trim video, crop video, rotate video, add watermarks, insert plug-in subtitles, adjust video effects and more to bring your video to the next level instantly.

2 Choose FLV as the output file format

Click Output Format on the right to open the format list. Then go to Format > Web and set FLV as the output video format. For more advanced settings, click Settings on the main interface to adjust output video resolution, frame rate, bit rate, etc. As you see, if you want to convert MTS files for sharing on YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo, you can directly select YouTube, Facebook or Vimeo as the output file format.

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3Start conversion

When you're satisfied with all settings, click Convert to start converting the added videos to FLV. And now it's done. Hassle-free way, right? Why not download it and have a try?

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Aimersoft Employee
Yes. Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate can surely convert MTS/M2TS video files to any popular video format like AVI, WMV, MOV, MP4, 3GP and more. Just feel free to download and have a try. ^_^
Rebecca U.
I really want to convert mts to flv because I am sick and tired of having to hook up my camcorder to the TV in order to stream video! Will this program be able to help me convert mts files to pretty much any video format I want?
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