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📌 .M2TS container relies on video file entities stored and opened in the high-definition quality Blu-ray BDAV specification. In practice, the .M2TS file structure is exploited for storing, opening up and reviewing video information on Blu-ray optical carriers and discs. Particularly, the .M2TS technology is built on the principle of MPEG-2 transferred package and is compatible with 1080i and 720p quality standards. BDAV abbreviation is entitled from “Blu-ray Disc Audio/Visual”, while the .M2TS name stands out for “MPEG-2 Transport Stream”. The extension logic is clearly recognizable and commonly exploited by all top-notch media players and suites, available on the computer software market.
📌 The .M2TS container definition can be reviewed, opened and sustained by various media players and tools, such as CyberLink PowerDVD, CyberLink PowerProducer, Microsoft Windows Media Player, VLC, Mirillis Splash, and more. Moreover, you can modify and adjust the .M2TS entry contents in specific video-editors, including MAGIX Vegas Pro, CyberLink PowerDirector and others. As long as the file specification completely supports highly qualitative HD-videos of 1080i and 720p standards, you can effortlessly process the source object entries via accustomed Blu-ray, CD or DVD players, either PC-based or connected to the TV-set. The aforementioned extension is compatible with desktop platforms only, including macOS and Linux infrastructures.