MOD is informal name of tapeless video format used by JVC (MOD and TOD) and Panasonic (MOD only) in some models of digital camcorders. Format name correspond to extension of media file. Neither JVC nor Panasonic explained meaning of this file extension. MOD is used exclusively for standard definition video files.
For JVC Everio, Canon FS and Panasonic SDR users, MOD camera is their resource of happiness while MOD files may be their headache. Less app are able to play and edit MOD files directly. Even our all-in-one Adobe Premiere Pro app. Since no good edit software is offered for MOD files, so we directly aiming at the most popular and professional iMovie. And especially the latest iMovie'11.
mod converter for mac is the perfect application to convert MOD files to iMovie'11 formats so you can import MOD into iMovie'11 without problem. It has preset iMovie profiles so you won't even have to research on what formats are supported by iMovie. With Mac MOD Converter, you can not only convert MOD to iMovie but also convert MOD to iPhone5, iPhone4, PSP and a lot more mobile player gadgets.
There are only three easy steps to convert MOD to iMovie'11:
1: Add MOD files
Click the "Add File" button to add the MOD files you want to import to iMovie from your Mac hard disc. Then double click a file or select a file and click on "Open" to add it.
2: Select the output format for iMovie'11.
On the Profile field, you will see a small arrow at the very right, click on it to open the Profile drop-up list, move your mouse cursor to "iMovie Video" and click on the "iMovie MOV" profile. Then check the "Apply to all" option so you can convert all added MOD files into selected format.
3: Start to convert MOD to iMovie'11.
Now, you can click on the big round Start button to start the conversion. You can see the time it will take to finish the conversion on the conversion window. And then you can how you can relax during the conversion time, a cup of tea, or a nice meal, and then come back for the converted files.
Note:MOD video can be watch on a computer with a player that is capable of reproducing MPEG-2 video. This video can be easily authored for watching on a DVD player without recompression, as it is fully complaint with DVD-video standard.