How to Transform TS Files to MP4
Edited by Pat Bitton
October 16, 2019
You’ve probably come across video files with the extension “.ts” on your Blu-rays. If you’ve ever wondered how to play these movies on cell phones and other portable devices, you just need a decent decoder that can convert TS files to a more accessible format like MP4.
MPEG Transport Stream, also known as MPEG-TS or simply TS, is a format used for storing video, audio, and data on media like Blu-ray discs.
In this article, you will find a guide to converting TS to MP4 in Movavi Video Converter and will learn about the difference between TS and MP4.
How to Use the Movavi TS-to-MP4 Converter
Movavi Video Converter is one of the best applications for this kind of conversion. Download the free trial version for Windows or Mac and learn how easy it is to transcode TS to MP4 below.
Install the Movavi Video Encoder
Run the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions to install the app.
Add the TS Files for Conversion
Go to Add Media > Add Video and find the TS files you want to transcode.
Choose Your Output Format
In the Video tab, find the MP4 group of presets and choose the appropriate preset. You can also use the Movavi encoder to convert TS files to other video formats like AVI, MKV, MPG, and WMV or a DVD‑compatible format. In addition, you can extract audio from video and save it in MP3, FLAC, OGG, and more.
Start Converting the TS Files to MP4
Click the Folder icon to change the destination folder; if you don’t do this, the resulting files will be saved in the default Movavi Library folder. Hit Convert. That’s all it takes to convert TS to MP4!
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TS vs. MP4 Comparison
TS vs. MP4: what’s the difference? These two formats are both used for storing video files, as well as for streaming. Which format you choose depends on how you want to use the video. TS is more suitable for professional streaming, while MP4 is a great option for storing and watching videos on computers and mobile devices.
|Video coding formats||MPEG-2, H.264, H.265||H.264, H.265, MPEG-4, others|
|Audio coding formats||AC-3, DTS, LPCM, others||MP3, AAC, AC-3, others|
|Mobile device support||No||Yes|