Panasonic has updated its Full HD 3D plasma displays recently, and the new series kicks off from 42-inches, with a 50-inch model well suited to smaller rooms filled with people who still want to experience 3D images.
I am a DV lover and I want to play my Panasonic Lumix LX5 MTS files on Viera Plasma 3D HDTV, what should I do to make it come true? First, I shot some video clips in MTS format, and decided to directly transport the videos files to the 3D HDTV, indeed I succeeded. But there are so many video clips in the SD card and I was always bored with finding and choose videos to enjoy my favorite videos. It confused me and made me lose the interest in video shooting.
After searching on Google, I found the best solution to solve my problem. That was splitting and merging Panasonic Lumix LX5 MTS files for Viera Plasma 3D HDTV. Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac is a great camcorder companion for lossless merge and output MTS files with original video and audio quality. Below were my steps for merging MTS files into one and loading them to 3D HDTV.
To get ready, I downloaded the Final Mate for Mac and followed the instructions to install it to my Mac. As those video files had been transport to my Mac hard drive with USB cable, I did not need to connect camcorder to Mac.
Then, I ran the program and added the right path of video files to resource tab to display them on it. So I can directly drag them to the timeline to create a movie for lossless output MTS files.
Third, I double clicked the video and previewed it on the video preview tab, I was offered choose the exact frame to split the video clip and delete the dissatisfied part of it with simple buttons.
After easy editing, I clicked the export button and waited for the final MTS file. In this way, I made it come true that I can smoothly play MTS videos on 3D HDTV according to my requirement. Enjoying my precious videos on 3D HDTV is a feast in my life; I believe there will be more high-tech products with the development of science and technology.