Videos in .ts format is hard to play on computer or smart phone since its compatibility is not good. If you want to play TS (MPEG-TS) video effortlessly, you can convert these TS video to H.265 – the most popular video format. This is not a difficult task if you follow the steps in today’s guide.
Best way to convert TS to H.265 without Problem
A TS to H.265 converter is needed to finish this conversion. I know these are so many online video converters in current market. You can directly take a try with them like Zamzar or CloudConvert.
But to use these online converters, you have to first upload the TS file, wait for it to convert, and then download it again before you can use it. It’s much more convenient to get a offline TS to H.265 video converters if you have large or many TS video files. And Acrok Video Converter Ultimate is a good choice.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate has been committed to help users do video/audio file conversion more easier and faster. This one-stop tool enables people to convert video/audio files between three hundred formats including TS and H.265. Both green hands and professionals can convert their TS video to H.265 format with just 3 steps. It’s really a good video converter than online converters, in terms of GPU hardware acceleration, batch conversion and stable performance.
Free download TS to H.265 Converter
Features of TS to H.265 Converter
- Lightning-fast conversion
- Batch processing of files – any number, any size
- Rip DVD/Blu-ray to any format or Backup DVD/Blu-ra
- No quality loss, even with 4K videos
- Easy editing and compression
Step 1. Add TS Files to Acrok Video Converter Ultimate
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate offers you two ways to import the TS file you want to convert. Drag and Drop: Directly drag the files from your computer folder to this program window. Add File: Click on “Add File” button to load TS files from computer to this any video to H.265 converter.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate is just such an all-in-one multimedia toolkit to aid you in converting videos and DVD/Blu-ray to any format like MOV, AVI, M4V, WMV, MP4, MPEG, and rip Blu-ray/DVD to fit your mobile devices or to edit with Windows Movie Maker, After Effects CC, Premiere Elements, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Sony Vegas Pro and more with fast speed and zero quality loss.
Step 2. Select H.265 as Output Format
Choose H.265 as the output format from the categorized output formats list which is next to “Format”.
Maybe you notice that there are two kinds of H.265 format. And the difference between them is that one is H.265 MP4 Video, the other is H.265 MKV Video. MP4 Video is a compression standard for network broadcast and video communication, with small size and high-quality picture. Both of them are compatible with mainstream media devices.
Tip: If you want to play your TS (MPEG-TS) files on Android or Apple device, please choose output format in “Android” or “Apple” category. Acrok support presets for almost all popular devices, iPad, Android, etc.
Step 3. Start Converting TS File to H.265 File
After setting output file format and other preferential options, you can click the “Convert” button at the bottom right corner to convert TS to H.265.
Now, playing TS video on your media device is not a problem. Acrok Video Converter Ultimate can help you solve most of the video/audio incompatible problems. Why not get it to have a try. I believe you will like it!
What is A TS File & How to Open TS File Directly?
TS stands for “Transport Stream” and its full name is MPEG2-TS. The filename extensions of TS are .ts, .tsv, .tsa. It’s can be easily found from HD camcorders and is a standard format used to broadcast system like HDTV.
TS video files that you downloaded from the Internet are usually extracted from Blu-ray discs. They are not transcoded. The video streaming in them is usually H.264 (also known as MPEG AVC) or VC-1.
In addition, besides converting TS to MP4, another option for opening the TS video is to rename it to MPEG. Most multimedia players already support MPEG videos. This is because TS files are MPEG files, so if you rename the file extension from TS to MPEG, your media player or media devices may recognize and play your TS file.