AVCHD format is commonly adopted by many camcorders, digital cameras. MTS, M2TS file extensions are included within it. And F4V is another flash video format except FLV, which is supported by YouTube and other video sharing websites. To convert AVCHD (.MTS/.M2TS) to F4V video format, you can upload the converted AVCHD video files to YouTube and any other websites for online sharing. So use an AVCHD to F4V Converter to convert MTS/M2TS to F4V video format easily.
Leawo Video Converter can be used as a powerful AVCHD to F4V Converter. This program is the combination of a MTS to F4V Converter and a M2TS to F4V Converter that do MTS to F4V conversion as well as M2TS to F4V conversion with ease. Leawo null also can be taken as a Mac AVCHD to F4V Converter to convert AVCHD (.MTS/.M2TS) on Mac operating system. With the guide below you can easily master the way to convert MTS/M2TS to F4V, go ahead and download Win or Mac AVCHD to F4V Converter in the following.
Add AVCHD Video Files
Once you have downloaded, installed and run this software on your computer, you will see the main interface. And then you can either click on the Add Video icon or drag the AVCHD video files to the program. Double click on the video file and you are able to have a preview of video file.
Choose Output F4V Video File
This step is for you to pick up F4V as the video file format in Profile button. Browse the profile dropdown box and select F4V as the output format or insert the F4V in the file searching box and search for it.
Apply Effects to the Video
Video effects can be edited in the Edit Panel, through trimming, cropping, effecting and watermarking you can get output video with special features. 2D video to 3D video conversion can be done in 3D Settings panel.
Convert AVCHD (.MTS/.M2TS) to F4V
Back to the main interface and tab on the Convert button to start AVCHD to F4V conversion. You will get the converted files with the shortest time.
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Platfrom: Windows 7/Vista/XP
F4V is the streaming media format created by Adobe Company in order to meet the high-definition era following the FLV format, which supports the H.264 format. It is based on the ISO base media file format and is supported starting with Flash Player 9 update 3. F4V is a default online video format by various online sites including YouTube, Hulu, VEVO, Yahoo! Video, metacafe, Reuters.com, and more.