While from the listed Windows 7 Media Center supported file types, we can find AVCHD files including Dolby Digital with .m2ts, .m2t as file extensions. However, it is also mentioned that some Media Center extender devices may not support AVCHD files or Apple QuickTime files. Xbox 360 must be one of the media center extenders that are not compatible with AVCHD files yet.
I have some AVCHD files from Panasonic SD707 camcorder, and some are the backup files from blu-ray discs. I want to locate the files to home NAS Netgear, play with media PC and/or media extenders. However, the AVCHD videos does not play via media center.
One of the solutions is to make PlayStation 3 to stream AVCHD movies just like Xbox 360 as the media center extender device. Another workaround is to convert the vc-1 m2ts files to MPG for media center extender xbox 360. Aunsoft Video Converter will help you make Windows Media Center extenders like Xbox 360 compatible with AVCHD, by converting the files to supported formats.
Below is the fast guide for you to play AVCHD videos on NAS, media pc or media extender.
1. Run Aunsoft Video Converter as the 2011 best AVCHD video to Media Extender converter, click the "Add" button to load the .mts or .m2ts videos.
2. Click the "Format" option, and choose HD Video > MPEG-2 HD Video(*.mpg), or choose the Xbox 360 HD Video(*.wmv) from the Zune/Xbox 360 Device group.
3. Click the convert button under the preview window, and the conversion from AVCHD files to window media center format will start immediately.
After the conversion, you can play AVCHD videos on NAS/Media PC/media extender without any problem.
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