Installing the missing MTS codec for Windows media player is a good method to settle MTS files not working on Windows Media Player as well. However, if you know little about codec or can’t figure out which codec is missing, you can refer to the codec packs I have introduced before to download one of the codec packs to make MTS file work like a charm. Moreover, you have to pay attention that don’t download the wrong codec pack, because codecs can be written for 32-bit or 64-bit operating systems. Next, I will show you how to download and install K-Lite Codec Pack.
Install the MTS Codec for Windows Media Player
Step 1: Downloading K-Lite Codec Pack by visiting https://codecguide.com/download_kl.htm.
Step 2: Click “Download Basic” option and then click “Mirror1”, “Mirror 2” or any one of the locations to download K-Lite Codec Pack.
Step 3: During the installation process, choose the “Players from Windows” on “File Association” interface and then click “Next”.
Step 4: Choose the file extension you want to play with Windows Media Player, scroll down the slider to tick .mts format under “MPEG TS” option, then click “Next” to successfully install the K-Lite Codec Pack. After done, you are able to smoothly play the MTS files on Windows Media Player.