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Baby Christmas Cutting Picture,Mac Streaming MKV Videos to iPad iOS 4.2

 

Do you get your iPad with the latest iOS 4.2, or want to get iPad as Christmas present? With iOS 4.2, it is easy to handle multiple tasks on iPad. What's more, you can stream videos wirelessly from iPad to the new Apple TV with HDTV or widescreen TV.

While you can enable airplay iPad videos on TV

, you may find that some Mac computer videos could not be synced or transferred to iPad directly. For example, the MKV videos are not supported on iPad. Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac is the recommended Mac iPad video converter for you to get your movies ready for airplay.

 

Below is the step-by-step guide for you to sync MKV videos on your iMac/MacBook Pro to iPad iOS 4.2, so that you can easily stream iPad videos with airplay via Apple TV 2.

 

Step 1. Load videos to Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac.

 

Download the free trial of Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac as the best

Mac MKV to iPad iOS 4.2 video converter. Click the "Add" button to browse the .mkv videos on your Mac HDD or external drive. You can also import other videos like .tivo, .mts, .m2ts, .vob, .avi, .mpg for conversion.

 

Step 2. Choose iPad HD MP4 format.

 

Click the "Format" option, and choose iPad > iPad HD Video(*.mp4) as output format. The Mac iPad video converter will convert MKV files with DTS audio to iPad MP4 with AAC audio, and downscale 1080p MKV to 720p MP4 for iPad.

 

 

Step 3. Convert 1080p MKV to iPad 720p MP4.

 

Click the convert button under the preview window, and the conversion from MKV to MP4 for iPad will start immediately.

 

Wait until the conversion is finished, sync and transfer the output iPad MP4 files to iPad, and you can enjoy wireless video streaming with

Airplay Xmas videos on HDTV with iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 4G with Apple TV G2

 

Tips:

 

If you would like to rip and convert Christmas Blu-ray disc movies or DVD movies to iPad for Airplay, just try

Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac to enjoy airplay with iOS 4.2.

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Stream/Play/Convert Videos/Movies to Nexus S Android Phone

Google Nexus S is the follow-up of the Google Nexus One. It is not a great leap forward in the same way that the original Nexus was but rather is more like a refreshed version of the Samsung Galaxy S. It runs Google's new version of Android OS which is called Gingerbread and it is powered by 1GHz processor. Other features include a 4-inch Super AMOLED screen, 5MP camera, Near Field Communication (NFC), Wi-Fi and more.

 

With a 4.0 inch AMOLED widescreen display, and a resolution with

800x480 pixels, you can take the Nexus S as a great media player to enjoy movies and videos for traveling.

 

 

This article includes two parts:

 

Part 1: Android Phone Nexus S supported video formats.

 

Part 2: Step-by-step to convert and play popular audio and video files like DTS, AC3, TrueHD, DTS-HD, AVI, WMV, MKV, Xvid, DivX, MOV, MTS, M2TS, VOB, TiVo, FLV, F4V, VRO, MXF, ASF, MPEG, MP4, Divx, etc to Nexus S with high quality.

 

Part1. Video, audio format supported by Nexus S

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Video: MPEG4, H.263, H.264

Audio: MP3, AAC, eAAC, AAC+, AMR

Part2. How to convert and play TiVo, MKV, FLV, AVI, WMV, MPEG, Divx, M2TS, VOB, MOV, ASF, etc to Nexus S?

 

How to enjoy your video with this Google Nexus S Phone? This article will show you how to convert any videos to Nexus S format, such as convert TiVo, MKV, FLV, M2TS, AVI, WMV, VOB, MPEG, MP4, Divx, Xvid, MOV, ASF, etc to Nexus S with this best video converter---

Aunsoft Nexus S Video Converter. (For Mac User: Aunsoft

Nexus S Video Converter for Mac). And the whole process of video converting is as easy as pie for you.

 

Convert videos to Nexus S step1:

Download and install Aunsoft Video to Nexus S Converter.

 

It is a very safe and 100 % clean software and works very well for Android Phone Nexus S. So just run it.

Convert video to Nexus S step2: Load videos to this Nexus S video converter by clicking "Add" button to load your TiVo, MKV, FLV, M2TS, AVI, WMV, VOB, Xvid, MOV, ASF, MPEG, MP4, Divx, etc to this best Nexus S converter.

 

Convert video to Nexus S step3:

Please select suitable format from the down list like Android - Motorola Droid X H.264 Video (*.mp4) for your Nexus S Android Phone

as the output format for conversion. (This format profile is specially designed for Droid X, but

it can also use for Nexus S

phones with perfect effect, just select it for your Nexus S.)

 

 

Good Tip: If you want high video resolution like 800x480 for getting better quality, please click “Settings” to select 800*480 pixels.

 

Convert video to Nexus S step4:

Start converting your videos to Android Nexus S MP4 by hitting the “Convert” button.

After conversion, please connect your Nexus S to PC and transfer those converted H.264 MP4 video to your Nexus S. Then, you can enjoy and put and play movie/music on Nexus S

.

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TVIX AVCHD Joiner-Join/Merge MTS/M2TS Files for TVIX to Play Camcorder Videos at Home

TVIX is the box-product for as personal video recorder, media player and it supports a large range of movie and music formats for home entertainment. The supported formats include but not limited to MTS, M2TS, MKV, AVI, VOB, MPG, ASF, TP, TS, MP4, MOV, FLV, etc. If you are play the sequential MTS/M2TS files recorded by you may notice that TVIX does not play them seamlessly.

After googling the TVIX AVCHD Joiner

, I find Aunsoft Final Mate the perfect merge product to provide merging without recoding, and there is no quality degradation. It is easy and time-saving to get the seamless video streaming on TVIX after joining MTS/M2TS with Aunsoft Final Mate.

 

Follow the steps below to join AVCHD files for TVIX to play sequential mts/m2ts without degrading video quality. Here we take Sony HDR-XR550 video footage as the source files.

 

Step 1. Import camcorder videos to Aunsoft Final Mate.

 

Run Aunsoft Final Mate as the

time-saving AVCHD combiner without degrading quality, and click the "Import" button to browse the AVCHD files in .mts and .m2ts format from computer hard drive. If you have the files on camcorder, just connect camcorder to PC via USB cable, and choose the Import option in the camcorder wizard to load files.

 

Step 2. Combine MTS/M2TS video footage.

 

While the files are loaded at the same time in batch, the videos with the same format (fps, bps, video resolution) will be combined into one movie by default.

 

 

To delete the unwanted video clip, just click on the video on timeline, and click the Delete button.

 

To add import a new video clip, just go to the Files tab, click "Add Media" button to browse the new clip you want, drag and drop the video to the timeline.

 

Step 3. Lossless output with no quality degradation.

 

Click the "Export" button and click the OK button, the AVCHD video joiner will start

combining Sony HDR-XR550 AVCHD files for TVIX without recoding.

 

After the videos are joined/merged into one movie, you can play camcorder videos at home with TVIX box as the media player.

 

Tips:

 

Using other camcorders? Aunsoft Final Mate will also work for you with the AVCHD camcorders like JVC GZ-HM300, Sony HDR-TG3, Sony HDR-CX350, Sony HDR-XR520, Sony HXR-HX5E, Sony NEX-5, NEX-VG10, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7, Panasonic HDC-SD600, Lumix DMC-ZS7/TZ10, Canon HF S20, HF S11, etc.

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Streaming/Merge/Upload Panasonic TM700 MTS Files to YouTube with no Quality Loss

While YouTube now does accept MTS files for sharing, it is easier for youtube lovers to share the recorded videos for viewing by family members or friends worldwide. Many users are looking for the way to join the HD files before uploading to YouTube, and this guide will show you how to merge mts files with lossless raw

, and upload to YouTube in HD quality.

 

Aunsoft Final Mate is the recommended mts video merger on Windows 7 to join AVCHD camcorder mts/m2ts video footage without decoding or recoding. It is a great time saver for video streaming on YouTube. Follow the guide below and enjoy the easy process to share HD videos. Here I take Panasonic HDC-TM700 video footage as an example.

 

Step 1. Capture videos from camcorder to computer.

 

Connect camcorder to computer with USB cable, run Aunsoft Final Mate as a big

time saver for joining mts/m2ts files into one file with no quality loss. Aunsoft Final Mate will detect Panasonic HDC-TM700 and pop up with the camcorder wizard for capturing. Choose the Import option and create movie with files in same format to join videos in the same recording mode automatically.

 

Step 2. Join AVCHD MTS/M2TS Files into one.

 

With the create movie with files in same format option while capturing videos from camcorder to Aunsoft Final Mate, you will see the movie with several video clips joined together. To merge only a few clips, click on the video clip and click the Delete button.

 

 

You may also like to cut the videos to keep useful part and remove unwanted part. Click the Split button when the movie plays to the time point you want to cut, select the unwanted part and click the Delete button to get the video content.

 

Step 3. Lossless output in high quality and fast joining.

 

Click the "Export" button and click the OK button, the mts/m2ts video joiner will start re-wrapping the videos without decoding or recoding.

 

When you get the lossless mts raw output, go to your YouTube account and render the MTS files with the option for HD video. It is so easy to upload the joined

MTS files to YouTube with rendering in HD for video sharing video streaming.

 

 

Tips:

 

Aunsoft Final Mate performs mts/m2ts merging without recoding, and works with a lot of AVCHD camcorders like JVC GZ-HM300, Sony HDR-TG3, Sony HDR-CX350, Sony HDR-XR520, Sony HXR-HX5E, Sony NEX-5, NEX-VG10, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7, Panasonic HDC-SD600, Lumix DMC-ZS7/TZ10, Canon HF S20, HF S11, etc

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Author/Burn camcorder files AVCHD MTS/M2TS to Blu-ray disc for BD Player

“I recently bought a HD camcorder, the files it creates are MTS extension and from what I have read online, these files can be burned to Blu ray Discs. I have downloaded a free AVCHD to BD burning software – MultiAVCHD, but before put them to BD, I want to cut off the blank or unimportant parts from the MTS files, then recombine them and still export to MTS without any conversion or loss of quality? Can anyone confirm this to me?”

In order to solve this program, you need use three tools:

 

1.

Aunsoft Final Mate (Directly capture camcorder MTS/M2TS recordings for cutting off/trimming/splitting, then remerge without losing quality.)

 

2.

MultiAVCHD (A real free BD burning software which helps to author/burn AVCHD MTS/M2TS to Blu-ray disc with no quality loss.)

 

3.

BD Burner (Want to burn BD, this hardware is necessary.)

 

Now I will introduce the step-by-step guide for authoring high def camcorder files MTS/M2TS into Blu-ray Disc.

 

Part 1: Cut off MTS/M2TS unimportant parts and Merge into one MTS or M2TS file.

 

Step 1: Download

Aunsoft Final Mate as a AVCHD Cutter/Joinerand launch the app.

 

Step 2: Capture/Import MTS/M2TS from Camcorder to the program via choose create a movie for files in same format. (Then the mts or m2ts will be merged into one movie on a limetime.)

 

Step 3: From the timeline, you may notice the vernier, which is used as time pointer. Click on the Vernier, and move to the timeline you want to cut, and click the Split button to cut the video. Then select the unwanted or unimportant parts and click Delete.

 

 

Step 4: After cutting off the video clips, the MTS/M2TS file will auto recombined into one MTS or M2TS movie, then please click Export and Choose Lossless Output to get one MTS or M2TS file without conversion or losing quality.

Part 2: Author/Burn AVCHD MTS/M2TS to Blu-ray (BD) with multiAVCHD

 

After you successfully cut off and merge MTS/M2TS files to hard drive, you now can

author/burn AVCHD MTS/M2TS to Blu-ray disc with multiAVCHD.

 

Step1. Download the latest version

multiAVCHD_4.1 (33MB) .

 

Note: Make sure you have at least twice (2x) the size of input files/folders free space allocated in the path you selected for TEMP folder/drive.

 

Step 2.Run multiAVCHD and add MTS or M2TS file by clicking “Add Video files” in the menu bar on the top of the software interface and specifying destination path of BD folder in pop-up window.

 

 

Step 3: Click “Start” button to choose output format and burn.

Before you start burn mts or m2ts file to Blu-ray disc, make sure you insert a writable Blu-ray disc through Blu-ray drive. After that click “start” and then choose “For all Blu-ray players” in “Select destination media (USB/SD/SDHC/MMC/MemoryStick)”. The program immediately starts to burn. You can follow the process in “Log tab” at the right of the program’s interface. The process time depends on your original size of MTS or m2ts file.

 

 

TIPS:

 

1. Make sure your BD drive is both readable and writable for burning a Blu-ray disc. Some BD drives are only readable.

 

2.

What is multiAVCHD: Combine multiple AVCHD, BD (Blu-ray Disc) or DVD folders and MKV, AVI, TS, M2TS/MTS, MPEG/MPG, MP4, M2V, VC-1, 264, EVO, TRP or MOV files and author them into a single AVCHD/BD structure or author HD-DVD.

 

3.

MultiAVCHD can create output for: - USB / MS (MemoryStick) / SD / SDHC equipped Blu-ray disc players (like Playstation 3)

 

- Blu-ray players employing Secure Digital High Capacity capabilities

 

- SD/SDHC cards (like Panasonic Blu-ray players, Playstation 3, selected Panasonic Viera TV sets)

 

- Blu-ray players, compatible with AVCHD format (AVCHD written on DVD-R media) - most Blu-ray players

 

- Blu-ray players, compatible with AVCHD on BD-R disc - most Blu-ray players

 

- Direct BDMV format - Blu-ray Disc format - all Blu-ray players

 

- Re-authored BDMV - Blu-ray Disc format - all Blu-ray players

 

- HD-DVD players, compatible with DVD-R (3xDVD)

 

- SD-DVD players (all standard DVD players)

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Workflow to Automatically Merge M2TS Files into one Movie on PC

When I was looking for a fast m2ts joiner, I find Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter. However, when I have a further look at the official site, I notice that there is another powerful m2ts joiner named Final Mate, which offers the function to merge m2ts files into m2ts file without re-encoding

. Comparing to the free m2ts joiner like txmuser, Aunsof Final Mate includes the automatic joining function while importing video clips.

Here is my experience with Aunsoft Final Mate to automatically merge m2ts files and the steps to merge AVCHD files from different folders with lossless output.

Automatically merge m2ts files into one movie.

 

Aunsoft Final Mate, as a fast m2ts joiner, will help you combine and merge m2ts files from PC or camcorder while importing to the program under the following conditions:

 

1. The .m2ts files that needed to be combined and merged are located in the same folder on computer or camcorder.

 

2. The .m2ts files are recorded with the same recording mode, or with at least the video codec, resolution (width x height) and video frame rate.

 

 

- For videos from camcorder, just follow the camcorder wizard or click the Camcorder button to create movie with files in same format.

 

- For videos from computer, just click the Import button and browse the m2ts files from computer folder.

 

The

automatic m2ts joiner on PC will display each movie with the same format for separate movie ID.

 

To merge m2ts files from different folder on PC.

 

Just follow the step above to import the videos from a folder, and then choose File > Add Files to browse the video clips. By default, the first movie is selected and display on timeline.

 

 

- If the first movie is the one you want to add .m2ts video clips, go to the Files tab, click on the video clip and drag to the timeline with the position you want.

 

- If the first movie is not the one you want to add additional m2ts files, double click on the movie ID under the Movies tab, and then go to the Files tab to drag and drop .m2ts files to timeline.

 

Export M2TS without conversion.

 

After arranging the AVCHD .m2ts files, just click the Export button under the preview window, and you will face the window to export

.m2ts file with lossless output. Click the OK button to start merging m2ts video clips into one m2ts file as output without re-encoding.

 

Please note that the m2ts files with different parameter settings in frame rate or video codec will be exported as separate movies. What you see on Aunsoft Final Mate with different movie ID is what you get in output.

 

Tips:

 

1. To remove the lines from the 1080i video, just click the Video Restoration button on the timeline section, and check the box for deinterlacing to get non-interlaced videos.

 

2. The above steps also apply to .mts files and .tod files for lossless quality output. You can imports videos from camcorders like Panasonic HDC-TM700/HS700/SD700, Sony HDR-CX150/CX350/CX550, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7/HX5V, Canon Vixia/Legeria HF S200/S20/S21, Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7/TZ10, JVC Everio GZ-HD7/HD30/HD40 and so on.

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Panasonic to iMovie Converter-Change TM700 1080/60p to 30fps or 24fps DVD Disc with 4.9GB

I would like to convert my videos from Panasonic's 1080p format (HDC-TM700) to iMovie format (.MOV), so that I can edit the video, burn to disc and project on screen for conference room presentation. The 1080/60p recording provides smooth and high quality video. Considering the bit rate with 28Mbps and frame rate with 60 will be too large for a 4.9GB DVD disc, I need to convert change the settings from TM700 1080/60p to 30fps or less

frame rate.

Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac is the recommended AVCHD camcorder converter for Panasonic to iMovie. It does not only convert MTS to MOV, but also allow changing video bit rate and frame rate for adjusting video file size.

Parameters that would influence the output video file size: Bit rate and frame rate.

Bit rate: It is the date to be stored per second. The higher bit rate will show the image with more details. However, a higher bit rate may also produce large video file size as output. Panasonic HDC-TM700K provides 28Mbps recording mode for high quality videos. Within Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, there are recommended profiles like high quality, medium quality and low quality for output video bit rate. Media quality will be OK for DVD.

 

Frame rate:

It is the frame number for displaying per second. While TM700 provides 60fps video, it shows 60 frames per second in progressive mode. With Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, you can change the frame rate to 30fps, 24fps, even 23.976fps and 29.97fps.

To convert from 1080p at 60fps (HD Camera format) to *.MOV format at some lesser fps:

Step 1. Run Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac as Panasonic to iMovie converter

, import AVCHD videos and choose HD Video > H.264 HD Video(*.mov) as output format.

Step 2. Click Settings button and you will find the detailed video parameters like bit rate and frame rate.

Step 3. Enter the value you like or choose available options like 24 or 30 as frame rate in fps.

 

After changing bit rate and frame rate with Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, you will get small file size for iMovie and 4.9GB DVD disc.

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Converting your Flash FLV/F4V files to DivX for your DVD Player

If you have gotten or downloaded a lot of Flash Videos in the format of FLV, F4V, if you have owned a great and standalone DVD-Player (with DivX-support), if you even have demanded to convert a couple of high definition flash videos (f4v, flv) into DivX / Xvid in order to being able to watch them on your standalone DVD DivX Player without stretching or narrowing the source video, I can very responsibly tell you, you exactly step into the right place. Follow is the step-by-step guide on how to play Flash Videos (FLV, F4V) in DVD DivX Player?

Step 1: Download, install and launch Aunsoft FLV Converter

.

Aunsoft FLV to DivX Converter is a great tool for converting kinds of downloaded flash videos (.FLV, .F4V) from any website to other popular video formats, like DivX/XivD, H.264, MPEG-4, MPEG-2, MPG, AAC, AC3, etc with great quality and fast speed. So you can use this tool to convert your flash videos (.FLV, .F4V) to DivX/Xvid for DVD DivX Player.

 

Step 2: Add your flash files, select output format and specify destination folder

 

Click “Add” to load FLV/F4V files to this program, or just by dragging-and-dropping method. Then hit the drop-down list of “Format” to

select DivX AVI format for your DVD Player (with DivX-support). After that, you need to click “Browse” to point out where to save the output files, if not, they will be stored by default.

 

 

Tip: If you want to join multiple files together to be a single one, you can click “

Merge into one file” to achieve it. Personally I like to check it.

 

Step 3: Set advanced settings

 

You can get the following interface by clicking button “Settings”. In this window, you are permitted to adjust video and audio parameters such as codec name, screen size, bit rate, frame rate, etc.

 

Step 4: Convert

 

Once the former three steps have been finished, you can click “Convert” to start

converting your FLV/F4V files to DivX for your DVD Player.

 

After conversion, please import these DivX files to your DVD Burner like Nero, DVDStyler, etc for burning them to a blank DVD for playing in your DVD DivX Player. So easy, please do it now.

 

Tip:

Click “Edit

” button, it offers the editing panel to help you edit flash videos (flv, f4v), like trimming, cropping, watermarks, effects, etc.

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