Download MTS Player for Free

Posted January 31, 2014 by suleman

View MTS files on your system or smart phone without converting to other formats

USA – Cameras and handy cams available today are easy to use and come with a lot of features so that one can now use them not only to take pictures but also shoot videos and automatically share such memories with the whole world if required. These videos that are shot with cameras and handy cams, especially those of Sony and Panasonic are stored as MTS files. This format can be easily played on the cameras itself but once these are uploaded onto one’s computer or smart phone, the MTS format might not be recognized.

Hence, to view, share and store such memories without having to worry about compatibility issues, a website now provides free MTS Player . Once this player is downloaded and installed onto one’s computer, mobile or smart phone, one can directly play the MTS media files without having to convert them into other video formats. And once the player is downloaded users can Play MTS files even without internet connection.

The website says, “The Free MTS Player, when installed, allows users to view these files without needing to convert the formats before they can view the files. This makes the program very handy.”

Once the MTS Player is installed all MTS media files can be continuously viewed. Playing the flies is also easy since they can either be opened from the player itself or users can right click on the file and select the view with MTS player option. Multi-tasking is also possible and users can view all the files on the playlist while playing a video.

For more information about the viewer and to download it visit

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The website provides the MTS file Player free of cost so that users can download and install the player without having to pay for it.

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Issued By Astrid Gay
Country United States
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Last Updated January 31, 2014