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And if so which application is able to do that? I do not need menus.

Right now I copy the MTS files directly to a BD data disk, which can be played by a PS3. But I would prefer a standard BD video disk. But I do not want to recode the data. Is there any way?

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Here you go, here is a list of applications on PC and MAC that open MTS files and can convert them to a more desirable file format.

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I can open the files already with VLC. This was not the question. – ceving Oct 25 '12 at 7:59
Yea actually it does, you can use Toast to open the file then burn it to a BluRay Disc...or Roxio Creater on can also use any of those programs to convert the file as well – Chris James Champeau Jan 1 '13 at 17:21

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