How to convert .MOD file into anything acceptable by Adobe Premier ?

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For my mod file conversion i generally use Mod converter Mac. This very software is particularly designed for the users of Mac. If you are an user of Mac OS then you should also try out this one it wi really work out efficiently for your MOD file convesion to acceptable Adobe premier. It will easily and efficiently convert Mod to avi, mpg, mpeg, wmv, vob etc formats.

Just try out this one for your Mod file conversion...
For further information visit
http://www.modconverter-mac.com/ reply

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08-06-2009 07:38 AM
juicysen
5 posts

For my mod file conversion i generally use [url=“http://www.modconverter-mac.com”]Mod converter Mac[/url]. This very software is particularly designed for the users of Mac. If you are an user of Mac OS then you should also try out this one it wi really work out efficiently for your MOD file convesion to acceptable Adobe premier. It will easily and efficiently convert Mod to avi, mpg, mpeg, wmv, vob etc formats.

Just try out this one for your Mod file conversion... reply

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08-06-2009 07:40 AM
juicysen
5 posts

For my mod file conversion i generally use <a href=“http://www.modconverter-mac.com”>Mod converter Mac</a>. This very software is particularly designed for the users of Mac. If you are an user of Mac OS then you should also try out this one it wi really work out efficiently for your MOD file convesion to acceptable Adobe premier. It will easily and efficiently convert Mod to avi, mpg, mpeg, wmv, vob etc formats.

Just try out this one for your Mod file conversion... reply

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08-06-2009 07:45 AM
juicysen
5 posts

For my mod file conversion i generally use Mod converter Mac. This very software is particularly designed for the users of Mac. If you are an user of Mac OS then you should also try out this one it wi really work out efficiently for your MOD file convesion to acceptable Adobe premier. It will easily and efficiently convert Mod to avi, mpg, mpeg, wmv, vob etc formats.

Just try out this one for your Mod file conversion... reply

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08-06-2009 07:46 AM
juicysen
5 posts

Can I get a plugin for Adobe Premere 2.0 for a .mod file? If not where is a free .mod converter? reply

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08-22-2009 09:00 AM
Buzzard

I think that the program that comes with it is a little lacking and slow, but once it has been converted and used in Premiere, what is the best format to use in the export? reply

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08-27-2009 08:47 PM
Mcpottsmc
2 posts

I found that if u use the program that it came with and in premiere pro resize it so it is almost the same size as the screen, then export as quicktime file, its okay quality. reply

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08-27-2009 11:18 PM
Mcpottsmc
2 posts

i just bought a JVC HDD 30 cam & i’m trying to edit my movie in adobe premiere cs3 but it wont recognize the file
this is one of the file name: mov1bc.mod
someone plz respond.
plz & thanks. reply

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08-30-2009 02:51 PM
Indyan

For my mod file conversion i generally use Mod converter Mac. This very software is particularly designed for the users of Mac. If you are an user of Mac OS then you should also try out this one it wi really work out efficiently for your MOD file convesion to acceptable Adobe premier. It will easily and efficiently convert Mod to avi, mpg, mpeg, wmv, vob etc formats. <a href=“http://www.convertmodfiles.com><b>Convert MOD Files</b></a> reply

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09-28-2009 03:15 AM
perwg

Here is a simple solution to those pesky .mod files: simply rename the .mod extension to .avi extension.
Problem solved! reply

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11-11-2009 02:24 AM
Dannyx

i just want to be able to have my video play on windows media and quick time ( preferably both ) , so that i can burn cds ( or dvd’s ) for friends and family and be able to have them play . along with moving clips to my pda ( blackberry ) to show.
the JVC quality is good ( as far as video cameras goes ) , the ability to play your video is the problem , there power director software sucks , and using it to convert is awful , and there tech support is worse.......
why do i have to buy software to view my video , it is like buying tires and having to pay for air for them.
i have a $80 helmet cam from Oregon Scientific , that works beautifully , no fuss....that is what i want from my JVC.... reply

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11-14-2009 05:58 PM
faafee

You have to seek converter software to convert MOD files to other video format reply

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11-15-2009 08:27 PM
piao228
61 posts

I use free mpeg streamclip to convert to .dv http://www.squared5.com/. I understand converting effects quality but when I used the “change file extension” method, I would get a lot of red {dropped} frames in premiere. reply

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11-18-2009 09:46 AM
modder

Guys I love mpegstream - it saves me 99%, works - no ad ware, no shareware - amazing working free program. Those crazy Italians. Look for the dice. Saved me many times.
http://www.squared5.com/

:) reply

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11-19-2009 12:31 PM
Superman42

Hi !
Friends !
There r MOD Video Converter Available on the net..Why don’t u try that..
I am sure yr problem will be solved. This is simple and eazy. reply

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11-23-2009 10:18 PM
chris120
5 posts

You gentlemen seem to be very in the know on PowerDirector8
and other video stuff.

Imported .avi files to PD8. Video is fine but no audio.
Audio plays fine in other programs, but not PD8.

What am I doing wrong..................

Tried uploading direct from camera and to computer that to
PD8 with not audio.

tx reply

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12-19-2009 06:24 PM
nak2

Magix Movie edit pro 15 plus reads mod files natively.
Cheap to buy and look at the tutorials at youtube. reply

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12-31-2009 10:03 AM
Brendt

I use Tipard Mod Converter and it solved my question. reply

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01-13-2010 10:52 PM
Maniew

TonyShep wrote:
Gato, right click on the file, go to rename, highlight the extension (mod) and change to mpg or m2v. Hope that helps.

It’s not simply letting me rename it. I can rename it but not the extension. And in Cyberlink it says it can not bring it into my library. Does anyone know of anything else? I tried several different converters and none of them work. It says I have 4 MOD movie files but I can not get the picture from any of them!!!! reply

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01-21-2010 04:29 PM
Sara

Sarah,

In order to rename the file extension you need to do the following:

1) Open up windows explorer
2) Go to the directory where you video files are
3) At the menu at the top of explorer select: Tools-->Folder Options
4) When the folder options appear, select the View tab
5) Under the “hidden files and folders” select “Show hiddens files and folders”

Your extension should be visible. reply

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01-24-2010 05:46 PM
Eliot G

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