MTS file extension is the high-definition MPEG-2 Transport Stream video format, commonly called “AVCHD” used by Sony, Panasonic, Canon and JVC camcorders. The MTS file format supports 1080i and 720p in a relatively small file size.
MTS files stored on an HD camcorder can be deleted due to accidentally press the “Delete All” button instead of “Delete” button or device-reformatting. When MTS files are deleted or formatted from camcorders, the file’s name and directory location information is usually erased by the camcorder system, but its contents are still present on the disk. Therefore, you still have the chance to recover them if the lost contents have not been overwritten.
Jihosoft Photo Recovery for Mac is the simple to use application that not only supports recover lost photos but also perfectly recover deleted MTS videos from camcorders like Sony, Canon, Panasonic and JVC. The program includes a file filter option to scan for specific file types and a file preview tool to show you an image of the file or the file code to help you find the file you are hoping to restore.
How to Recover Deleted MTS files from HD Camcorders on Mac OS X?
Step one: Connect HD camcorder to the computer.
You can directly connect the HD camcorder to the computer through a USB cable or connect its memory card to the computer with a card reader.
Step two: Select storage media to scan.
Install and start Jihosoft Photo Recovery for Mac on your computer. Select the icon that represents your HD camcorder storage media, then hit right-bottom “File Filter” button.
Note: Windows OS users can download Jihosoft File Recovery to recover deleted MTS file on Windows 8/7/Vista/XP.
Step three: Specify the file types to scan and recover.
From the opening “Filter Options” window, click “Video” option drop-down list, select “Blu-ray MPEG-2 (.m2ts)” as the file format to scan and recover. Then click “OK” and “Start Scan” for file searching process.
Step four: Recover Deleted MTS video from camcorders.
After fulfilling the scanning process, the program will list all the recoverable files in the left pane by file formats. You can preview them in the right pane by thumbnail or file list. Check those you wish to recover and hit right-bottom “Recover” button to restore them back.