Converting .mod files to .avi, mpeg or wmv.

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Saunnie wrote:
If You’re in windows you can rename a file with these steps:
1. Open the explorer window where your files exist
2. Select the Tools >> Folder Options menu item
3. Click the View Tab
4. Uncheck the option to “Hide extensions for known file types”
5. Click “apply to All Folders if you always want to see the file extensions for every file no matter what folder you are in
6. Click ok to accept all changes and close the dialog window
7. You should now see all the file extensions of the files in the current folder
8. Right click on a filename you wish to change and select Rename
9. Rename the file extension to anything you’d like.

Once you’ve done this, you can just right click a file and rename it in seconds. No software required!

I didn’t have the “always hide file extensions” box so I had to add it to it manually in the “File Types” tab.
Remember that because the file extension isn’t recognized, you might have to add it to the library. So when all of the extensions are displayed, you have the option to create a new one.
then go ahead and type in ".mod” and don’t click advanced, just click ok.
Now the .Mod extension will be at the top of the list.
go ahead and click advanced at the bottom of the dialogue box and select the “always show extension”
Now click ok and the extensions should all show up.
Just delete “mod” and type in “mpeg" reply

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02-17-2008 10:54 PM
MrAshton

Hi,

I have a problem with interlaced footage being encoded to Progressive.
This is the process:

I capture footage into AVID - 25i Project - as Interlaced. I export a clip as a quicktime reference and then proceed to encode to WM9 on TMPEG. I go through all the proper deinterlacing procedures and correct field settings. but when i play the file back over our projector or any other non-interlaced monitor - i find the shots that have a pan tend to jitter. its a subtle jitter as a pan moves left to right or vica versa. I am not talking about the Jagged edges. the deinterlacing solves that. It only occurs on pans. I find that even when i try various other formats incl: mpeg1, Microsoft DV... The same thing happens.

Has anyone experienced this or prehaps has a solution for it? reply

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02-18-2008 01:40 AM
beau21

ok, so i also got a JVC HDD camera this past friday, and took videos with it all weekend. i took the videos in the 16:9 widescreen format, and they look fine on the playback on the camera. but as soon as i play them in WMP the picture is very skinny from side to side, but takes up the top and bottom. and also my Adobe Premier Pro doesnt know what .MOD is and wont import it. reply

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02-18-2008 02:09 PM
JVC H8tr

how do you change the file extension from MOD to mpeg using Vista. I know how on XP, but Vista no. reply

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02-18-2008 10:26 PM
Packerfan

Many thanks,however, I can not find out how to change a file from MOD to AVI or MPEG using Vista. I go into explorer, but can not change the extention like I could using XP. Anyone know how? reply

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02-18-2008 11:02 PM
Packerfan

Kalico wrote:
I downloaded the k-lite codec and can now play the videos on windows media player but I am also not having any sound? Any suggestions?

you need download and install ac3 filter

yours truly
ste reply

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03-05-2008 08:55 PM
ste the helper

ananýzý sikiim reply

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03-06-2008 12:30 PM
bmitch2

Pardon my confusion...with the JVC HDD Camcorder HD7U, the files on the camcorder are .tod files...are they not...everyone is talking about converting a .mod file...did you use the software that came from JVC to convert the tod to a mod?

Thanks reply

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03-07-2008 06:15 PM
Bagger

Saunnie wrote:
If You’re in windows you can rename a file with these steps:
1. Open the explorer window where your files exist
2. Select the Tools >> Folder Options menu item
3. Click the View Tab
4. Uncheck the option to “Hide extensions for known file types”
5. Click “apply to All Folders if you always want to see the file extensions for every file no matter what folder you are in
6. Click ok to accept all changes and close the dialog window
7. You should now see all the file extensions of the files in the current folder
8. Right click on a filename you wish to change and select Rename
9. Rename the file extension to anything you’d like.

Once you’ve done this, you can just right click a file and rename it in seconds. No software required!

Holy crap. thank you for that. easy and perfect. Fck all those vultures trying to scam poor JVC cam users. Thanks so much. reply

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03-07-2008 11:14 PM
Micklauer

has anyone tried using pinacle studio plus version 10 on vista?i was using it on xp and workse fine even with stupid mod files from my jvc.now i wanted to burn some dvds from vista and it sucks.any ideas? reply

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03-08-2008 10:33 PM
kacha

MAD BAZZA I LOVE YOU!!!

I have been trying to convert the mod files of my jvc camera to something aceptable for youtube and it’s seems that thanks to you now I finally can do it.

Thank you
Thank you reply

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03-12-2008 11:20 PM
mariposa

Unlead Video Studio 11 Works Perfectly. You may need a codec pack, (not sure) but straight away it recognized .MOD files. It allows you to “SHARE” your video and export to a wmv or about 10 other usable formats. Works perfect, and you get a 30 day fully functional trial! reply

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03-14-2008 08:37 AM
DCHAS

JVC Everio hard disk camcorder and the name coming up is MOD. I work on a mac with Leopard and wonder how I convert this to a readable video file. reply

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03-17-2008 11:52 AM
mustang73

Does anyone know how to change .mod to .mpg reply

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03-18-2008 07:29 PM
Fahd kabani

plz, I need the equivalent converter for a .MOD or .MOI file into .mpeg or .avi or .whatever but for a Mac.

Can anyone help me? reply

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03-19-2008 12:36 AM
Keelan

yes, i have vista and i cant freaking do it >=( reply

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03-24-2008 01:07 AM
Xaldins Hell

I need to edit some .MOD files in Windows Movie Maker, but they need to be .WMV for Windows Movie Maker. I tried just renaming it, but it still wouldn’t play in Windows Media Player. I tried renaming it both .MPG and .WMV. reply

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03-24-2008 09:38 PM
Shouter

ok, i have the same problem with my stupid jvc, im tryin to make some movie clips on windows movie maker and it says that it wont let it bcause of mod file and i tried to change it but it still wont let me change that format to mpeg or watever, need help plz!!!!!!!!!!!!! reply

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03-25-2008 04:32 PM
djuan20

You can find very good softwares for your HDD camcorder at

http://www.convertmod.com reply

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03-28-2008 12:12 PM
iVerioWeb

I have this new Hard disk JVC Everio, been having problems with it and tried most suggestion from the blogs posted here. I have converted the Mod file to Avi and Mpg file. WIth Mpg, it is recognised in Adobe Premiere, but no audio with it.

With Avi file, I can’t even open the file in Premiere!!!

I’ve converted into Mpg file using the SD Copy software. And the avi by renaming the file. Both still does not work, and I’m beginning to wonder why I chose a Hard disk videocam in the first place!! reply

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04-02-2008 07:37 AM
video-r

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