If you are a DV lover, you must like to carry a camcorder like Panasonic SD900 with you and go outside to capture some interesting clips in your life or happened near you. What would you like to do when the SDXC storage card is full as the MTS videos from Panasonic SD900 have a large video size?
Many people prefer burning the MTS files to Blu-ray because Blu-ray disc has a steady performance for storing the HD videos. What’s more, with the MTS videos burned into Blu-ray, you can take your videos with you and you are able to enjoy them wherever you like.
Below I will share my simple steps to burn Panasonic SD900 MTS files to Blu-ray. To be prepared, you need to download two video tools to help you. Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac and Roxio Toast Titanium 10.
Roxio Toast Titanium 10 is one of the most popular Burning Software on Mac. It offers comprehensive support for all major media types and disc formats, and it also take their media support to the next level by including the ability to copy and burn DVDs, as well as Blu-ray discs.
The video formats supported are AVCHD, AVCHD Lite, AVI, DivX plus HD, DV, FLV and F4V for Adobe Flash, MJPEG, MOV, MKV, MPEG-1/2/4, VOB, VIDEO_TS folder.
Having been ready, you can start to merge Panasonic SD900 MTS files for burning to Blu-ray. Install the Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac and connect your Panasonic SD900 to Mac. Then you can import MTS files to the program and continue to get to next step.
Since you just want to merge these files into one, you just need to drag the files you selected to the time line to create a movie for lossless output. After this step, you can also do some cutting with the video clips on the timeline to select out the best clips for burning to Blu-ray.
The next step is to click the export button to get to start to lossless export MTS for Roxio Toast Titanium 10. Then importing MTS files to Roxio Toast Titanium 10 seems rather easy for you and with simple clicks you can burn MTS files in Roxio Toast Titanium 10 in a short time.