Play MTS on Smart TV (Windows and Mac Solutions)

Play MTS on Smart TV (Windows and Mac Solutions)

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With the faster and faster speed of updating, we are glad to watch the high-definition videos on so many smart TVs. On the other hand, with the many special requirements about the formats of the videos that smart or HDTV supported, the MTS is the typical one that we cannot play directly on smart TV. Today here we are going to tell you how to play MTS files on smart TV without any troubles no matter for Windows or Mac users.


‘Upon realizing that .MTS files play in windows media player without all the (seemingly pointless) folder structure the camera pads around the MTS file, I blew away said folder structure and kept only the .MTS files in my library. Everything seemed fine until I tried loading mts videos onto a card to play on my TV. The TV didn’t recognize anything’

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Two solutions you can smoothly playback MTS files on smart TV

Part 1. For Windows users: Pavtube Video Converter for Windows (Mac version) (Highly Recommend)

In order to make all MTS files for playback on Smart TV, we here would like to introduce you the MTS to smart TV converter to transcode the original formats to be suitable for TV. With the best quality preserved and faster conversion speed, we are glad to watch the high definition MTS movies on Smart TV at home freely. (Samsung Smart TV, Sony Bravia TV, Panasonic TV, LG TV, Vizio TV, etc are all included)

As soon as you download this MTS to smart TV converter on your computer, let’s open the main interface for the first step. With the ‘Add files’ we can easily load our file in. Second, to seek the best output videos for smart TV, just come to the output list and find the suitable ones there. For example, we can choose the suitable one from “TVs” as the best output format for most smart TVs. Just read the following screen shot for reference.


Before we go back to the main interface to find the ‘Convert’ button to get the work started, we also suggest to get into the ‘Settings’ and ‘Edit’ interface to get more.

Click the “Effect” button to open the Video Edit window to achieve editing MP4 like trim, crop, image, watermark, effect, subtitles and rotate and etc in the corresponding editing pane.

Click the “Setting…” button to open the Advanced Settings window to adjust the output video codec, resolution, bitrates, frame rate, aspect ratio, audio codec, channel, volume and etc in the advanced tab.

Part 2.For Mac users: Free MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac (Free MTS converting assistant)

Here is also a free MTS to smart TV converter offered for Mac users. It is also produced by Pavtube studio which is specially designed for converting MTS/M2TS file for other devices, no matter for hot media players or editing tools. What’s the most point is we can download and install it for free from App store. On the other side, it also has the official version Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, which has stronger capability and more output choices. Why not free download and have a try? >> Read Review
More details you wanna know about this MTS converting assistant?
It is the best Mac AVCHD Converter to process MTS, M2TS files from Canon, Sony, Panasonic and JVC cameras on Mac, and convert them to various video formats with preferred video codec for NLE programs on Mac, such as Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Final Cut Express, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple Aperture 3, etc. and get MTS/M2TS video compatible with current fashionable portable devices, such as iPhone 5S/5C, iPhone 6, iPad Air, Galaxy Tab S, Galaxy Tab 4, Galaxy Note 4, Surface Pro 3.Conversion: No matter one you would choose as the best assistant for us to play the MTS videos smoothly on smart TV, we are willing to tell you that’s a good idea to work with the original MTS files. What’ more, if you have the best ways to move files between Mac and PC, you won’t miss any details on enjoying MTS movies on smart TVs. Just do it!

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