I have recorded some M2TS videos by my Sony HDR-MC1500 camcorder. There are nearly 20GB files on my hard drive which had been stored up in it for a long time. And these days, I suddenly had the idea to put them on YouTube so that my works could be watched and appreciated. Thus I decided to convert Sony M2TS to MP4 for YouTube.
However, when I begin to handle them, one big problem came out. Before the conversion, I tried to play these M2TS files with VLC media player. They turned out to be no sound even after I installed a sound plug-in on my PC. Since I really want to solve the sounds losing problem during the conversion from Sony M2TS to MP4.
I tried several converters and none of them succeed in keeping their sounds. Converted MP4 and H.264 videos still failed to retain the sounds. To seek the reasons why they all missed, I directly uploaded these MP4 to YouTube. Sadly, there was still no sound.
Tried again and again, I became very tired and irritated. Just then, I ran into a fantastic converter which helped me regain my missing sounds – Aunsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate.
Summary: Sony is going to release HXR-MC2500 Camcorder at this October. Before the arrival of this significant camcorder, we should we prepare for the conversion of Sony HXR-MC2500 AVCHD? This article will show you the solution.
Sony has just announced the latest generation of its HD range of camcorders- Sony HXR-MC2500.
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This summer holiday, our college arranged an activity for us which is to record a short movie of our summer life. The equipment I was given was SONY HDR-SR12 Camcorder which can shoot in AVCHD at a frame rate of 60i. And I shot the basketball match in SONY HDR-SR12 1920 x 1080 60i M2TS files.
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