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.m2T Files In Nxt 2

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I currently have Creator Pro 2010, each time I try to add a .m2t file to the MyDVD/ Video Wave project I get this message...

 

"To use this file it must be converted to an editable format. The original file will not be affected. Would you like to convert it now?"

 

My question is if NXT2 also does this or if it can just use the .m2t file as is?

 

Thank You

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m2t(s) is a mpeg2 transport stream. Look here.

 

Doesn't Creator 2010 Pro offrer to do the conversion? If not, have you tried converting using Video Copy and Convert. I know it is an extra step.

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Yes it does offer to convert it...

 

But it then makes more unnecessary files on my computer. I'd like to avoid converting it.

 

I was just wondering if NXT 2 was more advanced and would accept the file as is.

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Is there some place we can get our hands on one of these files and check it for you???

 

Prefer a very short one ;)

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I don't have 2010 on my computer but isn't the conversion just a temporary file? If you are worried about computer hard drive space, you may have issues with working with any video editor.

 

I tried 2012 Pro and it didn't need to do any conversion to accept a mt2s file but that doesn't necessarily mean NXT will. Upload a short video file as Jim asked to a file sharing site so we can try it for you.

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Well that was an interesting clip ~ are you Swimming with the Goats??? :lol::D:lol:

 

What I found was the same behavior as in 2010:

 

 

 

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However... I found if I rename the file to 'm2ts' it is accepted without creating the temporary mpeg file ;)

 

 

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Try that with yours and see what happens.

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Thanks for doing that.... those are actually Persian Ibex (and 50 MPH winds). I figured all you get to see are boring video clips so I figured I'd surprise you. ;)

 

 

That's really interesting... it worked on my end with Pro 2010. I'll have to try it on a larger scale.

 

 

Thank you much!

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Thanks for doing that.... those are actually Persian Ibex (and 50 MPH winds). I figured all you get to see are boring video clips so I figured I'd surprise you. ;)

 

 

That's really interesting... it worked on my end with Pro 2010. I'll have to try it on a larger scale.

 

 

Thank you much!

 

A goat is a goat - HERE :lol:

 

Still they are amazing to behold in the wild ;)

 

Around here, Eastern PA, we are always dodging deer! For variation, I had to slam on the brakes yesterday for a wild turkey :huh: (just washed the car and didn't want to turkey dna all over it)

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That's funny you found that article... those are the same goats(or their offspring at least) that I was recording.

 

Thanks again for your help.

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