MTS is a file extension for an AVCHD (Advanced Video Coding High Definition) video clip format for high-definition video. The MTS file format supports 1080i (a high definition video format with 1080 horizontal scan lines, interlaced) and 720p (720 horizontal scan lines, progressive scan, rather than interlaced) in a relatively small file size. AVCHD video files can be burned to Blu-ray discs and played in compatible devices. How to play MTS files? MTS files cannot be accepted by Windows Media Player and Mac QuickTime naturally. If you wanna play MTS files, you need find an media player that can supports playing .MTS files as well as be compatible with the Mac or Windows OS.
UFUSoft Blu-ray Player Software, (For Mac User: UFUSoft Mac Blu-ray Player) was designed for helping you to play Blu-ray movies and it is a universal media player. It can not only play Blu-ray disc, Blu-ray Folder or its ISO files on Mac, but also supports you to play other popular video files, such as M4V, MP4, MXF, MTS, MKV, AVI, FLV, MPEG, etc. Moreover, it is Multilanguage supported and easy handled with user-friendly interface, the interface languages it supports includes English, French, German and Japanese. In addition, UFUSoft Blu-ray Player is powerful and distinguished application which can directly play Blu-ray, MTS and other files without any quality loss. Therefore, with this blessing tool, you are available to enjoy your favorite Blu-ray movies devices and you can freely utilize Blu-ray Player Software as free MTS Player. The following guide aims to tell you how to play MTS files with the UFUSoft Blu-ray Player Software.
Step 1: Install and luanch UFUSoft Blu-ray Player Software
Download UFUSoft Blu-ray Player Software and then run it, then you will see the following screenshot. We provide you an intuitive interface which is very easy to operate.
Step 2: Add MTS files to the this MTS Player
You are allowed to add MTS files you want to enjoy by clicking the “Open File”.
Step 3: Adjust videos
If you want to do some changes for your MTS files, like screen size, language, video track, subtitle track, skin, etc, you just need press related button and you will satisfied with the results.
Step 4: Take snapshot
Plus, with the “Snapshot” function, you can capture your favorite Blu-ray images and save in the format of JPEG, PNG, and BMP.
Step 5: Start to play MTS videos.
After all above settings, you can click “Play” button to play MTS videos now.