Windows 10: How can I edit Properties of .mts video files in File Explorer?

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       18 Jun 2017 #11

    Loki the Dog said: View Post
    ...I think I need something even more basic than that...
    How about a cartoon? :)

    Video Codecs 101

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YQ1mikDhIo

    and there looks to be a lot more useful basic info in the 'Up next' listing...
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  2.    18 Jun 2017 #12

    Now you're talking! I prefer it in text form. But that level of fundamentals is what I'm talking about. I think I need one of those "Video Editing For Dummies" or "Video Editing For Complete Idiots" kind of books. Something that starts from zero and builds my foundation. And I think it's gotta be something I pay for because all the free stuff online seems to have a marketing agenda, is outdated, or is unreliable.
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