Need Joining AVCHD Files Together in a Frame Accurate manner, without re-encoding?
Want to join AVCHD files captured by AVCHD Camcorder and HD PVR? You're in the right place! We offer you :
Suppose you have an AVCHD Camcorder that shoots video in MTS format. After one day's shooting many mts footages are generated. Some are several seconds long while some are minutes long. You will wonder if there's any way, a simple Frame Accurate solution joining AVCHD files together to a big single .mts file without quality loss? So that you can play it back as one file on a player. You may don't need anything fancy - just a program that can take the AVCHD files and merge them together, preferably without recompressing.
For the high quality performance, AVCHD camcorders have established their authority in high definition camera market. However, this kind of camcorder record footages in the format of MTS and M2TS, which get no native supports from virtually all video editors.
Is it possible to have no rendering at all after edit? Rendering means reformat and recompress once more. Both will degrade the quality!
Fortunately there is an utility allowing to perform simple tasks and edit AVCHD H.264 video files without recompress. It makes it easy and enjoyable to produce one nice AVCHD H.264 movie out of dozens small ones.
Our Smart Cutter will
Edit , trim and join AVCHD files captured by AVCHD camcorders and HD PVR without recompress
It is an easy-to-use video cutter, splits and join AVCHD files quickly in several mouse clicks.
It is a Frame Accurate video editor. You can trim movies in AVCHD format captured by AVCHD Camcorder and HD PVR easily with this tool. Cut commercials out of video stream.
Especially, only small parts on start and end points will be re-compressed, 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, MP4, MOV; H.264 AVC, AVCHD, MPEG2, DVD etc.
Please refer to the page of our Smart Cutter for more information. When you need Joining AVCHD Files Together, you may have it a try.