Free to Burn MTS/M2TS Files to DVD
Question: “I have a Panasonic HD camcorder. And it has saved many videos in MTS format. I know that MTS files are not supported by most of the video players. So now I want to burn these files in a DVD, thus I can enjoy them together with my families on a DVD player. Anybody can tell me how to burn MTS videos to DVD? ”
Answer: We all know that MTS/M2TS is a kind of high definition video format recorded by HD camcorders. And with the popularization of HD camcorders, a large amount of people have saved many MTS videos. However, since the poor compatibility of MTS files, it is always complex to share them with family and friends on TV. While, how to solve this problem? Maybe the solutions are various, but among them, burn MTS to DVD is the best choice.
Following, you are introduced a solid method to convert and burn MTS/M2TS videos to DVD with great quality. Don’t be hesitated, just follow the steps to try it now!
- Directly download Pavtube MTS/M2TS converter here, with which you can re-encode your MTS/M2TS files to DVD format, MPEG-2, with minimum video quality loss. Or click here to learn more about this program.
- Click " " or " " to load in the MTS/M2TS files. Then select MPEG-2 Video(*.mpg) from the Format list by clicking the drop-down menu. You can also edit your MTS files, for example trim and crop the videos, merge them into one, add watermarks and even put .srt/.ass subtitles to them.
- Click "" button to choose a located destination for the converted MTS files. Then to start converting by clicking the "" button.
- Download the free DVD burner software: DVD flick. After run it, insert a blank or rewritable DVD in the DVD-ROM on your computer. Then click Add title on the top of the right directory list to import the MPEG2 file you got.
- On the top of the window screen are some options, now click Project settings among them. In the Project settings window, you are providing five options on the left. Click on General, and change the target size to match the kind of DVD disc you are going to burn to. Then select the option Keep intermediate encoded audio and video files.
- Click on Video, choose NTSC(America) or PAL(UK and the rest of the word) in the Target format.
- Now skip to clicking the Burning button directly. Check the two options: Burn project to disc and Automatically erase disc if it is rewritable. When finished these project settings, click on Accept to save the changes.
- After finishing the Project settings, click on the Menu settings which is just beside the Project settings. Then choose one of the menu templates from the left directory list, or you can choose None if you don’t want a menu. And then check the Auto-play menu option. You can also select to Show subtitle menu first or Show audio menu first if your files have subtitles or multiple audio tracks. Then click on Accept button.
- Then click on the Browse button to set the Project destination folder which is at the bottom of the main interface.
- Once all the above steps are completed, you are ready to burn the DVD. Still on the top of the main screen, just click on the Create DVD button, then the creating will start.
Notice: The creating time it takes will depend on the size of the file. Generally speaking, a 700MB file takes about 3.5 hours, and a 900MB file will take more than 4 hours. So please be more patient.
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