hOW to convert MOD to AIC iMovie and Final Cut Pro

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hOW to convert MOD to AIC iMovie and Final Cut Pro

Postby daisy » Fri Jun 07, 2013 3:54 am

Due to the .mod file recorded by these camcorders like Panasonic SDR-S26, SDR-H20, Canon FS10, FS200, or JVC Everio GZ-MG21U, GZ-MC100, thereare plenty of .mod clips all are in very short duration, how to combine all the.mod files into one I have? How to make the .mod files be edited on iMovie or FinalCut Pro?

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A good mod converter should help users join all the. mod files together and convert them in the wanted video formats to be used in some editing software like iMovie and Final Cut Pro.

There are full of various video converters in the market,free or non-free ones, but it is difficult to find an idea one to make all .modfiles together. Finally AunsoftVideo Converter for Mac did a great favor on merging multipleseparated .mod files together.

Then let me show you how to operate this .mod file joiner.

Firstly, Download and install Aunsoft Mod Video Converterfor Mac which is green and clean.

Click the left upper square button to import your source.mod files; you will notice there is an option “Merge into one file”, which isthe function of joining .mod files together to help you combine a whole videofinally.

Before the combination work, click on “Format” to chooseoutput format “Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov) from “iMovie and FinalCut Ex…”option.

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This step is to convert.mod to AIC iMovie and Final Cut Pro compatible format, then clickthe right lower corner button to start the conversion from .mod to AIC withjoining all .mod files together. It can be said “A stone with two birds”!
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