MTS Video Hi Def Preview?

Greetings:  Bridge CS5 (& previous versions) can display preview frames for quite a few video formats. such as mpeg, avi, mp4 and so on.  But I have yet to figure out how - if it's even possible - to display previews of my hi def clips from my Canon HF S100 - with a .MTS file extension/format.  I have gone so far as to copy the whole SD card file structure onto my hard drive, then rummage around with Bridge CS5, but to no avail.  I've tried putting the files in the Playlist  folder in the Stream folder, also tried the files in the ClipInf folder going to the Stream folder, but to no avail.
Has anyone had any success with this? I've been waiting for this for two generations now, and I really had high hopes for the CS5 version.
Someone has suggest using Premiere's preview function, but I find that very awkward, and besides I want the Bridge panel to be open and visible to me on one screen while I'm working in Premiere on another screen.
Well, any suggestions will be greatly, greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Norm

Unfortunately GSpot does not read mts or m2ts.
Mediainfo does.
Even if it would say the codec is loaded it is no garantee it will display the format.

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