Convert M2TS to FLAC
With our free online converter, you can convert m2ts files to flac as well as a variety of other formats.
Converting your m2ts file to flac is easy with these steps.
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Converting m2ts to flac
🔵 Windows Media Player
🔵 Adobe Flash Professional CC
🔵 Sony Picture Motion Browser
|Main program||🔵 VideoLAN VLC Media Player|
|Description||🔵 M2TS files are popularly used in the storage of video and audio files on Blu-ray discs, DVDs, hard drives, and devices used to store files. Storage of files is in high definition, and it includes the use of Blu-ray Disc Audio or Visual format. BDAV information can be included in the M2TS file format, but they commonly refer to the MPEG-2 Transport Stream. M2TS files are also used in formats related to highly defined recorded video formats referred to as the AVCHD, a basic version of the Blu-ray disc standard.|
|Technical details||🔵 The MPEG-2 transport stream is modified to form the BDAV container format. The main goal of M2TS files is the optimization of storage space, for example. It uses the variable-rate transport streams rather than constant rates. The BDAV container format comprises one out of three video compressed formats that are MPEG-2, AVC, and SMPTE. The BDAV container format used by the simpler version of Blue-ray equipment has more restrictions and solely contains the MPEG-4 AVC video compaction.|
|Developer||🔵 Blu-ray Disc Association|
Free Lossless Audio Codec
🔵 VLC media player
🔵 MacAmp Lite X
FLAC (free lossless audio codec) is a binary audio file format used to reduce the size of audio files without losing quality. It is basically a lossless audio compression format.
FLAC files use bit-perfect CD copies but offer half the size, so they are much smaller than CDC and WAV files. However, FLAC files are still larger than MP3 (up to 16 times larger). The file extension became popular because of its sound quality. Unlike MP3 which is a lossy format, FLAC is lossless so no part of the audio is shaved off to reduce the size. All the elements, including reverbs, transients and guitar sounds aren’t lost through compression.
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How to create and how to open an FLAC file
There are two recommended ways to create a FLAC audio file. The first involves ripping from a CD while the other is downloading from a store with FLAC files. However, you can always use online audio converting platforms and downloadable converters to create FLAC versions of your MP3 files. Some applications, such as DAWs (digital audio workstations) allow users to save FLAC files.
Opening FLAC files should be effortless as most Windows and Mac players support the format. You can open FLAC audio files using VLC, Audacity, Adobe Audition CC, Roxio Creator NXT Pro, File Viewer Plus, MPlayer, aTunes, jetAudio and many more. Mobile users can also open FLAC files using VLC for mobile and other smartphone players.
Which other formats FLAC can be converted into and why
Like most audio files, FLAC can be converted to a wide variety of proprietary formats. You can also convert other file formats to FLAC. The easiest conversions include:
Most people convert FLAC to MP3 and vice versa but there are many conversions you can achieve, depending on what you want. The main advantage of FLAC files is sound quality. FLAC formats are lossless like WAV and CDC so they provide much better quality compared to MP3. However, they are up to 16 times bigger than MP3, so you might want to revert to MP3 for uploading and streaming.
Although FLAC files are larger than MP3, they are significantly smaller than WAV files. Users who want compressed versions of WAV and CDC can convert to FLAC which reduced the size by up to 60%. The format is also compatible with most players and DAWs. FLAC files are perfect when you don’t want to sacrifice quality of the original sound for size.
|Developer||🔵 Josh Coalson, Xiph.Org Foundation|