My Panasonic camera creates MTS files (MPEG-2 transport stream) for videos.
If your browser doesn't understand these, you may need to download the .MTS file and try other media players you have available.
(Pick something small for your test.)
Note that some of these files are large. I don't know how long they'll take to download.
|2016.06.13-21.40.08.MTS||70,711,296||0:33||Celebrating the Past to Awaken the Future – On the late President Kennedy's 99th birthday, performances from artists across genres culminate with luminaries and young artists unveiling a special installation created by the Kennedy Center for the centennial celebration of its namesake. http://www.kennedy-center.org/festivals/jfk-centennial http://www.kennedy-center.org/video/index/M6754|
|2016.08.02-11.21.16.MTS||3,016,704||0:01||Erin – Theories on Garments Found at Pskov – Mistress Blitha of Wolfhou|
|2016.08.04-14.35.31.MTS||24,152,064||0:11||Ships in the SCA Period: A Chronological Overview – Master Elias Gedney|
|2016.08.05-14.11.41.MTS||46,798,848||0:21||Late Period Rounds – Mistress Elizabeth of Dendermonde – Come help sing through (or listen to) some late period rounds.|
|2016.08.11-12.32.00.MTS||2,390,016||0:01||Round and Round It Goes – Mistress Catriona nicHugh Mclaey – a brief history of rounds sung in period, class participation|
|2017.08.10-12.33.04.MTS||701,294,592||5:28||Let's Play Ortiz Tenors – Mistress Amelie d'Anjou – We'll practice our improv skills by jamming on a few of the tenors or ground bass lines in Diego Ortiz's treatise on viol playing (he calls them recercadas). Any instruments welcome, but be prepared to improvise. Probable tenors include passamezzo antico, passamezzo moderno, and folia. If you would like to look at the music ahead, go to IMSLP and search for Diego Ortiz. (Recercadas primera, secunda, and quarta or ottava sobre tenores Italianos - we'll do our own top lines) The treatise is Trattado de Glosas from 1553, also on IMSLP. (Recercadas are at the end.)|
|2018.08.03-11.11.57.MTS||224,587,776||1:44||Master Osman Usta – Mehteran: Ottoman Janissary Band – The Osmanli Mehter Takimi (Ottoman Janissary Band) studies music and history of the Ottoman Mehter military marching band from the 14th-17th century. The Mehteran will learn the historic Ottoman song, Ceddin Deden, played on zurna, davul, horns, cymbals, and kettledrums, and sung by a choir, and will learn the historic Janissary march for performance at Pennsic.|
|2018.10.17-04.34.06.MTS||85,383,168||0:39||defective Ravemen PR1200 bike headlight|