Many people may want to edit HDTV .ts files for personal use or business purposes. But the HDTV files may not be loaded directly, while standard files could be. In such case, converting HDTV to MPEG2 in standard format would be a way to solve this. Leawo HDTV to MPEG-2 Converterconverts HDTV MPEG-2 transport stream files(.ts) to standard MPEG-2 video files playable (mostly) by media player, many software DVD player programs, and readable by video converters. With HDTV to MPEG2 conversion, you can load your source HDTV files to the video editing tools for editing when your video editor supports no HD files loading. If you want to edit HDTV files on Mac OS computer, Leawo null would convert HDTV to MPEG-2 videos on Mac for you.
The following guide would show you how to convert HDTV movies to SD MPEG-2 videos:
Launch Leawo HDTV to MPEG-2 Converter and import source HDTV files by clicking Add Video button (Click button or drag-and-drop source files on Video Converter for Mac).
Choose output profile
Choose MPEG-2 Movie (*.mpg) as output profile in Profile panel. (on Mac HDTV to MPEG-2 Converter, click the icon before 3D button to enter Profile panel).
You could change output file parameters by clicking settings button next to the Profile frame: Video Codec(choose according to your destination utility), Audio Codec, Aspect Ratio, Bit Rate, Video Size (you can choose from the provided options or manually input the size you prefer), Frame Rate, etc.
Convert HDTV to MPEG2 videos
Convert HDTV to MPEG2 videos freely by clicking the convert button. After the conversion, you only need to transfer the converted files to video editing tools for unlimited editing.
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High-definition television (HDTV) provides a resolution that is substantially higher than that of standard-definition television. HDTV may be transmitted in various varieties: 1080p (1920×1080p), 1080i (1920×1080i and 1440×1080i) and 720p (1280×720p). The letter "p" here stands for progressive scan while "i" indicates interlaced. When transmitted at two megapixels per frame, HDTV provides about five times as many pixels as SD (standard-definition television).