A65 video settings
Vista doesn't natively support mts files, but they added it in Win 7. So you could upgrade. Or, you could also look into installing a codec pack. Back when I had Vista I used K-Lite codec pack (google it) which lets you play mts files in Windows Media Player. It may get a bit jittery though if you don't have reasonably good hardware (either a recent processor with good HD playback built it or a dedicated video card).
Alfred Molon wrote:
Oh and if you're on Windows you can just use the latest version of Windows Media player, it should display everything correctly.
Thanks for the interlacing tip. Windows Media player is unable to reproduce MTS files. I'm using Vista 64 bit and should have all latest updates.
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