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Simply upload your MTS files and click the convert button. You can also batch convert MTS to AIFF format.
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MPEG Transport System (MTS) is the file type that high-definition (HD) camcorders produce when they capture video and audio. Sony and Panasonic developed MTS, but Canon, JVC, and other camcorders also create MTS files. This file type is also compatible with Blu-ray, and another designation for MTS is Advanced Video Coding High Definition (AVCHD).
MTS is a standard and common file type for camcorders and Blu-ray. As such, simply double-clicking the file opens it on almost any OS, including mobile. Examples of programs that permit playback of MTS are Windows Media Player, Apple’s Final Cut Pro, and VLC media player.
Sometimes MTS files are large, making them difficult to manage and store. To reduce the file size, simply convert the MTS file to MP4. Cnet.com lists several options for downloadable file converters.
Developed by: Panasonic and Sony
Initial release: 2006
Apple developed Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF) to store high-quality, digital-audio (waveform) data. Many professionals use it, particularly users of Apple platforms. It is lossless, which means there is no loss of quality or data from the original, but this also means that AIFF files take up more space. AIFF can locate loop point data and musical notes, which is useful for musicians.
By default, AIFF opens in Windows Media Player or iTunes, depending on the operating system. Other programs that open AIFF include VLC media player, Audacity, Winamp, and Elmedia Player.
Please note that if using an Android or non-Apple device, you will need to convert the AIFF file—likely to a MP3 file—in order to open it. Mobile Apple products open AIFF files without file conversion.
Developed by: Apple Inc.
Initial Release: 1988
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