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Cannot display or play ".m2ts" files on Sony PMB

After installing Codac pack and DivX pack all HD video files of my HD Camcorder stopped opening and playing on Sony Picture motion Browser with extn ".m2ts".
although now these files can play with windows media player.
please help.

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    Cannot display M2TS videos on PMB

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    Same problem. Using Sony HD camcorder.

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AVCHD Video Converter-a must-have program for Sony, Panasonic, JVC and Hitachi camcorder users to convert the video types: MTS and M2TS movie files. You can get the new video from AVCHD(.mts, .m2ts) to AVI, WMV, MPEG, ASF, VOB, 3GP, RM, RMVB, MKV, FLV, SWF, MOV, MP4, M4V, DV, and extract the audio track from AVCHD to MP3, WAV, WMA, M4A, AIFF files.

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