How to convert MTS to MKV?

MTS is a HD video format we often seen on HD DV recorders. And MKV is another HD video format we often seen online. Thus, this paper will aim at how to convert MTS to MKV.
For realize the conversion from MTS to MKV, we need a third-party application named Video converter, with which we can easily and quickly convert MTS to MKV in high quality as well as customize the video. We could customize the basic video effects and even add 3D effects for the video. What’s more, we can add our own watermark for the video.
Next, let’s look into how to convert MTS to MKV with a Video Converter.

Step 1: Download the Video Converter

Step 2: add MTS video
You need first install and start the video converter. And then click the add icon to input the MTS video or directly drag and drop.

You are able to click the buttons under the view screen to preview the MTS video. Then, choose MTS as the export video format and specify a folder as output folder.
In addition, if you want to customize the audio and video settings of the export video, please just click the settings icon to adjust the bite rate, video size, video codec and some other parameters.

Step3: Customize the video
Click the edit icon to start editing the video.

Trim, crop, effects and watermark are available to be customized. Trim the video clips you preferred, crop the video size, adjust the contrast, saturation and brightness or add image or text watermark for the output video.
After edit the video, you can also click the 3D effects icon to add 3D effects. Just choose an appropriate 3D effect according to your 3D glasses.

Step 4: convert MTS to MKV
After all the settings, just click the convert icon to start the MTS to MKV conversion.

It is much better to choose “Open output folder after conversion”. Just wait until the program open the output folder for you. Now, the whole conversion has been completed.

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