| MTS Files created by newer digital video cameras that can only be 2 GB in length, as recorded in the camera. This
means that each segment is about 17 minutes of video. If you shoot longer segments, they are broken up into 2GB
pieces. This is annoying when trying to build a continuous video since there is a break every 17 minutes that is noticeable!!
There are, I'm told, dropped frames because the data at the end of one segment is not picked up when the next segment begins)
This web page describes the problem and provides a program that can join the segments back into one continuous file.
Currently, this site is a work in progress. In the future, as time permits, I'll add more content, such as tutorials.
For now, just download the file, unzip it to a directory and run it. It's pretty easy to use once you've tried it. Here
are some basic instructions.
If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the comments section below. I'll attempt to answer
your questions in a timely manner.
A more detailed description of the problem can be found at the forum where I first posted this program.
It's at : http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/avchd-format-discussion/113083-canon-vixia-hg10-2gb-file-limit-headache.html
If you use this program and like it, please consider donating a few bucks to my PayPal account
(email@example.com). All donations will go to my son's Boy Scout troop to help provide a quality Scouting experience.