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I have recently purchased a new JVC camcorder that records in .MTS format. My current Roxio product (Creator 2012) will not work with this camera like my old camcorder did. I went on line and googled .MTS and found an article that said Creator NXT will capture these .MTS files so I can use the Roxio product to download and edit my videos. Is this true?

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Creator 2012 should be able to work with the mts files. It will do a conversion on most of them.

 

This is for Creator 2012

 

Video: AVI, DV, HDV, DV-AVI, MKV, MPEG-1/2/4, MPEG2-HD, DVD-Video, IFO/VOB, XviD, DVR-MS, TiVo, ASF, MOV, WMV, QuickTime, 3GP, MPEG2 Transport Stream, AVC (H.264), AVCHDVideo:

 

Yes, mts is supported in NXT

 

Video: AVI, DV, HDV, DV-AVI, MPEG-1/2/4, MPEG2-HD, DVD-Video, DVR-MS, TiVo, ASF, MOV, WMV, QuickTime, 3GP, MPE2 Transport Stream, AVC(H.264), AVCHD, 3D over/under full and half-height, side-by-side full and half-width, 3D MPO

 

The trick now is to find out why your 2012 is having issues with that filke format. Perhaps a little more information reagrding the problem that you see.

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I have recently purchased a new JVC camcorder that records in .MTS format. My current Roxio product (Creator 2012) will not work with this camera like my old camcorder did. I went on line and googled .MTS and found an article that said Creator NXT will capture these .MTS files so I can use the Roxio product to download and edit my videos. Is this true?

 

What is the make/model of your JVC camcorder?

 

Why do you say C2012 will not work with those mts files from the JVC camcorder. If they don't then JVC does something to the files which makes them non-standard.

 

I have several mts files that work just fine in C2012 and so I assume they will also work in NXT.

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The Roxio Game Capture devices capture in mts so they for sure work in VideoWave.

I've used those files in both 2012 and NXT without problems.

 

Roxio Game Capture device captures in m2ts.

 

Not all m2ts or mts files are created equal.

 

It being a 'JVC camcorder that records in .MTS format'. I would order your Roxio purchase from the Roxio website giving you a 30 day return it policy.

 

We have seen proprietary formats from JVC and Sony before.

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You are correct,my mistake and apologies.

 

Now that that is said I'm somewhat confused.

The supported file formats that sknis shows has MPEG-2 Transport Stream.That is m2ts correct?

 

Then this says that mts is actually m2ts,just a shortened name.

 

So are they actually one and the same as is implied?

 

I understand there might be some proprietary issues but other than that what am I missing?

 

Anyone?

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You aren't missing anything and covered it quit well.

 

Why did Cannon change from AVI to MOV in there Power Shot Cameras? The AVI worked well with Roxio now the MOV files I have no audio when I import them and have to run them through a converter!

 

It's a twisted web they weave Cannon, JVC, Sony, and the like.

 

Why I suggest the OP buy the software from Roxio's website and try it. If it doesn't work he can return it.

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