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HD Video Streaming from NAS to Plasma TV-Join MTS Clips without Re-encoding
How to Connect and Stream AVCHD MTS from NAS to HDTV via DLNA?
I have Synology DS110+ NAS for storing and sharing movie collections, photos and music via home network. The Synology DiskStation Manager 2.3 was installed on Windows 7, and my Panasonic TC-P46S30 presents pretty good image quality. The 46" Class VIERA S30 Series 1080p Plasma TV supports AVCHD/MPEG2/JPEG/MP3 playback. While I try to do MTS Streaming MTS from NAS to Plasma TV, I notice there is larger space between clips than the MP4 videos on NAS.
I am not sure if it is because the decoding or streaming on HDTV that makes the differences. I would like to join the MTS clips into one large file, so that there could be less buffering notice for HD video playback. After google search, I find Aunsoft Final Mate as the fast AVCHD joiner without re-encoding. It keeps the native format without changing the file extension. Here I would like to share with you my experience with the Final Mate.
How to Connect and Stream AVCHD MTS from NAS to HDTV via DLNA ?
1. Quickly import videos to Aunsoft Final Mate.
Run Aunsoft Final Mate as the straightforward AVCHD merger. To Import the videos from NAS, just go to the Resource tab, and click the "Add file path" button to browse the folder with the AVCHD files on NAS.
2. Easy ways to join AVCHD files without re-encoding.
For the first movie, just choose the clips from Resource tab, drag and drop to the timeline for lossless movie. To get another movie with different events, click the Create New Movie button to get new movie ID. Drag and drop clips to movie ID for a separate movie. You can also choose File > Create A Movie for Lossless Output to get new movie ID.
3. Get movie within seconds.
Click the Export button under the volume settings, and click the OK button to start joining AVCHD files, removing the gap between clips.
When the joining process is done, just transfer the movies to NAS, and use remote controller to Stream AVCHD to VIERA TV via DLNA.
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