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How to convert Canon/Panasonic/JVC MOD to MP4 on Mac

Postby miniavatar » Thu Aug 16, 2012 6:44 am

How to convert Canon/Panasonic/JVC MOD to MP4 on Mac with Mac MOD to MP4 Converter?

Maybe you have recorded many home videos in MOD format with your new panasonic camcorder and want to enjoy them on your Mac, iPod, iPad or iPhone with your family. But as you know that MOD format is not very friendly with those devices mentioned above, so what should do when you encounter this annoying problem of enjoying your MOD files on iPhone, iPod, Apple TV and other portable devices?

The easy thing you need to do is just convert MOD to MP4 on Mac with a small MOD to MP4 conversion tool named Mac MOD to MP4 Converter for MP4 is most commonly used to store digital video and digital audio streams and is compatible with iPod, iPad and other portable equipments. With this Mac MOD to MP4 Converter, you can convert MOD to MP4 on Mac with fast converting speed at high output quality. In addition, this MOD to MP4 Mac Converter even can help you convert MOD to MPEG, MOD to MP3, MOD to 3GP and so on if you like.

What's more, this professional but easy to use MOD to MP4 Mac Converter also provides you with powerful editing functions. If you want to make your MOD files more attractive, you can edit your video before converting it by cropping video, trimming video, adding watermark, adjusting effect and other useful editing functions. After converting, you can enjoy your video on your portable equipments freely and share with your family and friends.

How to convert JVC .mod file to mp4 video on Mac?

Step 1: Load mod video files to Mod to MP4 Converter for Mac
Free download, install and run Mac Mod to Quicktime Mov Converter, click "Add" button to add Mod files into Mod to MP4 converter. You can convert all added files one by one automatically for it support batch conversion.
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Step 2: Select output format ".mp4"
In the drop-down list next to "format", select output format .mp4, select the destination in the drop-down list next to "output".

Step 3: Start convert Mod video files
After all the necessary setting have been done, click "Convert" button to start converting.
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Re: How to convert Canon/Panasonic/JVC MOD to MP4 on Mac

Postby arleneangle » Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:48 am

Good idea.
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Re: How to convert Canon/Panasonic/JVC MOD to MP4 on Mac

Postby miniavatar » Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:54 am

The problem that import asf to imovie is a frequently asked questions for our mac imovie users. When you have an mpeg-4 digital video can that record .asf files, you will play it with Window Media Player, if you want to import asf to imovie for editing, you will have a headache for imovie import asf.

Advanced Systems Format (formerly Advanced Streaming Format, Active Streaming Format) is Microsoft's proprietary digital audio/digital video container format, especially meant for streaming media. ASF is part of the Windows Media framework. So it as Windows Media Player compatible, but you can't import asf to imovie for mac.

But now importing asf to imovie is not a headache problem for mac users, with ASF to iMovie Converter you can convert asf to imovie support format videos easily, use imovie import asf converter you just need sevral steps to convert asf to imovie and then import asf to imovie directly by yourself.

ASF to iMovie Converter is one of the best Mac Video Converter, it is a powerful imovie import asf converter, with this asf to imovie, you can not only import/convert asf to imovie, but also can import/convert avi, mpg, mod, tod, flv, mts, m2ts, tp, trp, m4v, wmv, vob, dat, dv, f4v, asf, etc to iMovie HD, iMovie'08 or iMovie'09 support video formats like DV, MPEG2, MPEG4, MOV.
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import divx to imovie for editing

Postby miniavatar » Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:19 am

The best Divx to iMovie Converter help you convert divx to iMovie '08, iMovie '09 support foramt include DV, MPEG2, MPEG4, MOV, import divx to imovie and then edit divx with imovie by yourself, it's a powerful divx to imovie converter.

iMovie just support mpeg2, mpeg4, dv, mov, etc but divx, so if you have a favorite home divx video and you want to edit it by yourself with the powerful apple programe iMovie, you will find it is diffcult to import divx video to imovie for divx is not compatible by iMovie.

To solve the problem that import divx to imovie, you should need the Divx to iMovie Converter to convert divx to other format video as iMovie compatible(like mp4). The imovie import divx converter also can convert much more popular format files like MPEG, WMV, H.264/AVC, MKV, RM, MOV, XviD, 3GP, etc to imovie.
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Re: How to convert Canon/Panasonic/JVC MOD to MP4 on Mac

Postby nelscottnelson » Thu Jul 25, 2013 10:12 am

iDealshare VideoGo, the professional MOD Converter, can convert all kinds of MOD video files whatever recorded with JVC, Panasonic, Canon or Sony to almost all popular video formats at http://www.idealshare.net/mod-converter.html

Key Features:
Convert MOD to AVI or convert MOD to WMV to play MOD files in Windows Media Player, Archos, iRiver, Creative Zen, Zune, Xbox360, Dell Player, PSP, PS3, BlackBerry and Gphone etc.
Convert MOD to MP4 or convert MOD to MOV to play MOD video on iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, QuickTime, iTunes, etc
Convert MOD to MPG, DV to edit MOD in iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, Avid, Final Cut Express an etc.
Convert MOD to FLV, MP4, AVI to upload MOD movies to YouTube and other video sharing websites.
Convert MOD to Apple ProRes to import MOD to Final Cut Pro for editing.
Convert MOD to DVD Video to burn MOD to DVD disc; convert MOD to VCD video to burn MOD to VCD disc
Convert MOD to other video formats like convert MOD to MKV, VOB, RMVB, 3GP, OGV, WebM, RM, TS, DivX, Xvid, GIF, SWF and etc.
Besides converting MOD camcorder format, this powerful MOD Video Converter also helps to convert other camcorder video formats like TOD, AVCHD, MTS, M2T, M2TS, TS, XDCAM, MXF, XAVC, MPEG-2, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MOV, MVI and etc
Edit MOD video like merging several MOD videos into one file, trimming any clip of MOD video, cropping MOD video playing area and aspect ratio, watermarking MOD video, modifying MOD video brightness/contrast/saturation , deinterlacing MOD video and etc.
Convert various MOD files whatever from JVC Everio GZ-MG30, JVC Everio HDD, JVC GZ-MG30/37/50/70/77/130/155/25 5/555 or from Panasonic SDR-S100/S150/S10/H18/H200/H40 /H60/SW20, Panasonic D-Snap SD-card camcorders or from Canon FS100, Canon FS10, Canon FS11.
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Re: How to convert Canon/Panasonic/JVC MOD to MP4 on Mac

Postby Josh Copp » Fri Aug 16, 2013 4:48 am

Just as we know, MOD files are not natively supported by iMovie. Therefore, it has become the most frequently asked question on how to successfully import MOD to iMovie for editing.

The following article just aims to solve the above issue in two solutions. Solution 1 is free and with no need of video format conversion but cannot solve importing all kinds of MOD files to iMovie. Solution 2 can help to import various MOD movies to iMovie whatever the MOD files is from digital camcorders like the JVC Everio, the Canon FS100 and the Panasonic D-Snap SD-card camcorders or downloaded from internet or got from friends and etc.

Get the article here:http://www.bigasoft.com/articles/import-mod-to-imovie-from-jvc-canon-panosonic.html

Solutions 1:

1) Create a root folder called Mp_Root on an external drive, USB stick, SD card... (Probably works with a disk image as well, though I haven't tried it)
2) Inside this folder create another folder called 101PNV01
3) Copy the.mod files inside the 101PNV01 folder and change the extensions to .mpg
4) Restart iMovie, be sure you're using the "Import from Camera" option in the File menu, then iMovie will detect the external drive as a camera and allow importing all the clips using the date created/modified info as timestamps for perfect cataloguing.

Solution 2:

Acting as the powerful MOD to iMovie Converter, Bigasoft iMovie Converter can convert all kinds of MOD movies to iMovie supported MPEG-4, MOV, DV, and MPEG-2 for fast import MOD to iMovie. Besides converting MOD to iMovie, Bigasoft iMovie Converter also helps to convert other video formats including AVI, MPEG, MKV, VOB, WMV, WTV, 3GP, AVCHD, MTS, MXF, MVI, ASF, FLV, WebM and etc to iMovie supported format for easy importing and edting.
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