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Merging MTS Files



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Thanks for your reply.


Can Toast 10 edit MTS files and export them in the original MTS format, so that there is no loss of video quality?


I'm using a Canon Vixia HF S100 - shooting at 24fps in 1080i.

I don't have a video in an .mts container to check. However, I'm pretty certain you can edit the video the same as any other h.264 MPEG-4 video (which is what's inside that .mts container). Toast's editor is very basic. You mark in and out points of any segment you want removed when the export happens. It does not modify the source video file.


There are many export (or conversion) options. The h.264 player option will save the video with no change in its original quality. It will have the .mp4 extension rather than .mts but is the same video. There also is a HDV export option which will convert the video using Apple's Intermediate Codec which is a good option if you are planning to use the video in Final Cut.


If you want to give it a try Roxio has a 30-day refund policy when Toast is purchased as a download from Roxio's site.

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