How to PLAY UNTOUCHED BluRay M2TS
After you downloaded all files, extract it using WinRAR software.
A file with the M2TS file extension is a Blu-ray BDAV Video file. BDAV is an abbreviation for Blu-ray Disc Audio-Video. M2TS stands for MPEG-2 Transport Stream.
Some BDAV MPEG-2 Transport Stream files may use the .MTS or .MT2S file extension instead.
How to Open an M2TS File
All of those M2TS players are available for Windows, but VLC works for playing M2TS videos on Linux and macOS, too.
If an M2TS player will not open the file, try changing the extension to MTS. Some software may only recognize the file if it uses the shorter extension, or vice versa. To do this, execute the control folders
to open the File/Windows Explorer Options window, and within the “View” menu, uncheck
the “Hide extensions for known file types” option so that you can see and edit the file extension.
As a standard, Blu-ray players should be able to play M2TS files natively. Select gaming consoles may support M2TS files as well, without having to convert the file first.
Still Can’t Open the File?
Some file extensions look like they read “M2TS” when they’re really a little different. Even if they’re spelled similarly, though, the formats might not be related at all, and that’s probably why you can’t open the file with one of the M2TS players above.
For example, the M2 file extension doesn’t have anything to do with M2TS video files. M2 files are either World of Warcraft Model Object files used with the World of Warcraft
game, or PC-98 Game Music files. Neither are related to M2TS files and therefore will not open with the programs mentioned above.
M2T files are very close in spelling to M2TS files and are even video files themselves, in the HDV Video file format. However, M2T files are commonly used as the HD video recording format for cameras, not Blu-rays.
If your M2TS file doesn’t open with the programs from above, double-check the file extension to ensure that it says .M2TS. If it doesn’t, research the file extension you see to learn more about the format and which programs are able to open it.