How To edit ts without re-encode:
Transport stream (TS) is a standard format for transmission and storage of audio, video, and data, and is used in broadcast systems such as DVB and ATSC.
Transport stream specifies a container format encapsulating packetized elementary streams, with error correction and stream synchronization features for maintaining transmission integrity when the signal is degraded.
The .m2ts is a filename extension used for the BDAV MPEG-2 Transport Stream container file format. It is used for multiplexing audio, video and other streams. It is based on the MPEG-2 transport stream container. This container format is commonly used for high definition video on Blu-ray Disc and AVCHD.
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Happy owners of digital video camcorders from Sony, Panasonic and HD PVR from Hauppauge often need to join and split multiple movies. The task is very easy, however, most of video editing software tend to re-encode AVCHD H.264 files what leads to huge time consumption and quality reduction.
Fortunately there is an utility allowing to perform simple tasks and edit AVC video files without re-encoding. It makes it easy and enjoyable to produce one nice H.264 movie out of dozens small ones.
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Edit videos captured by DV Cam and HD PVR with no re-encoding
It is an easy-to-use video cutter, splits and joins videos quickly in several mouse clicks.
It is a Frame Accurate video editor. You can trim movies in ps/ts formats captured by DV Camcorder and DVB HD PVR easily with this tool. Cut commercials out of video stream.
Especially, only small parts on start and end points will be re-encoded, the middle part will remain untouched, lossless. This gives highest speed while reserving highest video quality. So it's called 'Smart Rendering'.
Supporting M2TS, TS, PS, TP, TRP, MTS, MPG, VOB; H.264/AVC, AVCHD, MPEG2, DVD etc.
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