Remux MKV - Time-saving joiner for WD TV Live Plus HD video playback

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Remux MKV - Time-saving joiner for WD TV Live Plus HD video playback

Post  panasonic700 on Wed Jul 20, 2011 11:47 am

Remux HD Camcorder videos to MKV with no Conversion for WDTV
Rewrap AVCHD/TOD/MOD to MKV for playing on WD TV HD media players

Do you know that the AVCHD files from HD camcorders are saved in BDAV? Just download the MediaInfo and browse the properties, you would notice that BDAV is listed for video. WD TV Live Plus HD media player supports the MTS/M2TS files in BDAV, but not the MPEG-TS.

Where are the AVCHD files with MPEG-TS from? Some users may have tried the original format in Final Mate version 1.6, and got the .mts or .m2ts in just a few seconds. Yes, it is less than a minute. But the video info on MediaInfo shows as MPEG-TS. Actually, there is no video quality loss, and the video and audio data are kept in original form.

Any way to enjoy the time-saving joiner for WD TV Live Plus HD video playback? Yes, Aunsoft Final Mate now enables you to Rewrap AVCHD/TOD/MOD to MKV for playing on WD TV HD Media Players. The MKV is used as a container during the lossless output. When rewrapping the videos to MKV container, the video data and audio data are kept intact.

The steps below show you the quick way to Remux camcorder videos to MKV for WDTV.

1. Run Final Mate as perfect WDTV companion, and go to the Resource tab to browse the folder with the AVCHD files, or .tod, .mod files.

2. Select the clips, drag and drop to the timeline for creating lossless movie output. You may also click the Create New Movie button, then drag and drop the files to new movie ID.

3. Click on the icon next to the movie ID, you will get the options: Original format, and MKV format. Choose MKV format, and the icon will be changed.

4. Click the Export button, and the joiner will Remux HD videos to MKV with no conversion.

Wait for a few seconds, and you will get the HD videos ready for playing on WDTV.

Tips:
You can cut off the parts of certain clips if there is unwanted moments. Have a look at the guides for Final Mate.

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