OS X Mountain Lion (Mac 10.8) is the latest version of Apple OS, the coming ninth version of Mac OS X that was announced on February 16th and will be released in the summer of 2012. And till now, it is still in development and free beta version is only available for download exclusively for Apple developers with a paid membership.
OS X Mountain Lion is said to be the world’s most advanced operating system which is designed with innovations from iPad and it works even better with iCloud. And there are 10 main features that need to pay special attention to: iCloud, Messages, Reminders, Notes, Notification Center, Share Sheets, Twitter, Game Center, Air Mirroring and Gatekeeper. Besides, it brings all-new support for many popular Chinese services.
Let’s have a brief review of the ten features:
iCloud: iCloud plays a greater role on the Mac side, syncing calendars, contacts and email across all your devices.
Messages: Messages replaces iChat and acts as an instant-messaging app (for accounts on AIM, Google Chat and others) that’s iMessage-friendly.
Reminders: Reminders syncs across all your iOS devices via iCloud and lets you make a lists within tasks, and you can set alerts, too — just like on iOS.
Notes: Notes is compatible with rich text, letting you add photos, movies and bulleted lists to your notes.
Notification Center: Notifications will have a unified look, popping up in the top right of the screen (no option to customize the location) and going away quickly.
Share Sheets: You’ll find the Share button in many OS X Mountain Lion apps. It’s the new, easy way to spread the word —?links, photos, and videos, too.
Twitter: Twitter integration is now at the OS level with Mountain Lion, and logging in once from you System Preferences enables sharing across all apps.
Game Center: The iOS Game Center comes to the Mac, bringing with it leaderboards, game discovery from friends and even multiplayer gameplay.
AirPlay Mirroring: Apple AirPlay lets you wirelessly stream music and videos to any AirPlay-compatible device, which includes Apple TV.
Gatekeeper: Apple has introduced a new way to protect your Mac from malware, called Gatekeeper.
Like its previous versions, OS X Mountain Lion offers a good way for you to play and edit your video files. But it is always the case when you import your video files, let’s say some camcorder videos files like Sony, Canon, Panasonic, JVC, Hitachi AVCHD MTS files to QuickTime, iTunes, iMovie or FCP on OS X Mountain Lion.
AVCHD video format is a kind of high definition MPEG Transport Stream video format based on the MPEG-2 transport stream and supports 720p and 1080i HD video formats which was used by Sony, Panasonic and other HD camcorders. And current, few programs can handle it. If you want to import your AVCHD MTS video to OS X Mountain Lion, you need to convert the video to the proper format.
OS X Mountain Lion MTS Converter is what you need, with it, you can easily convert your AVCHD MTS video files recorded by Sony, Canon, Panasonic, JVC or other camcorders to MOV, MPEG-4, DV files for playback in QuickTime, iTunes or edit in iMovie, FCP on OS X Mountain Lion.
Besides converting MTS to OS X Mountain Lion MOV, MPEG-4, DV format, OS X Mountain Lion MTS Converter is also able to convert AVCHD MTS video to other popular video files like AVI, WMV, MPG, FLV, 3GP, RM, RMVB, VOB etc. Further, it also empowers you to customize your MTS video with the built-in video editing functions like video clip, video crop, video effect etc
If you want to watch your favourite MTS video files on the Apple’s third genartion of iPad: New iPad, never mind, Mac X Mountain Lion MTS Converter can also be served as a powerful MTS to New iPad Converter that helps you by converting Sony, Canon, Pansonic, JVC MTS video to New iPad compatible MOV, MPEG-4 files. By the way, if you want to watch your MTS video on New iPad on Windows, you can turn to MTS to New iPad Converter.
It is just three steps for you to convert your MTS file to OS X Mountain Lion compatible file with OS X Mountain Lion MTS Converter: Add File, Select Output Format and Directly and Convert (of course you can do necessary editings with Clip and Edit functions)