MTS format is a high-definition MPEG, AVC, H.264 transport stream video file format which is commonly used by HD camcorders such as Sony, Canon, Panasonic. However, when shooting videos with your camcorder, there may always be some separated clips rather than a single big file.
To deal with this matter, you need a powerful MTS Joiner to help join several mts file. Don't worry, I will recommend you iOrgsoft MTS Joiner , which can help you merge MTS videos together into a single file within simple operation. What's more, this MTS Merger is also an easy-to-use Video Editor with perfect editing functions to help you easily create your own MTSies.
Step by step on how to merge/join mts files freely
Step 1: Import MTS clips
Run the MTS Joiner and load MTS videos from your storage by hitting “Add videos”, then drag and drop the clips onto the video area in the Timeline one by one.
Step 2: Start mixing MTS files
Next, range all the added MTS files according to what the play order you like to show them. To change the play order of two videos, you can simply exchange the listed position of them by drag and drop in the Timeline. After that, click “preview”, then you will find that these MTS videos are now playing seamlessly as a single video.
Edit MTS videos (optional): default operations will do nothing to your videos except joining them together, but before creating the new mixed file, you can do some simple editing to your video, such as adjusting video effects like Contract, Saturation, Brightness, or change the volume of each video, or add texts, add transitions, etc.
Step 3: Export joined MTS video
As every above steps are done, click “Preview” to see if you are satisfy with the merged video. If so, click “Export” button and then set the output format to mix the MTS files together.