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

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I have a Panasonic SD card camcorder and have been stumped as to why they would name the files with the .mod extension.
I have renamed the file extension as recommended above to .mpg and Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 now recognizes the videos.
Thanks to all for the recommendations! reply

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i renamed the .MOD files to .MPG and it still doesnt work with windows movie maker what do I do? reply

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I don’t understand these replies. I have been changing the extension from .mod to .mpg manually since last year and have never had a problem on my DVDs. Sound and picture is great. reply

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I could not hear audio when played in Windows Media Player. I converted .mod to .avi still could not hear audio. Opened CinePlayer in Roxio Media Creator 10 Suite. Played .avi and there was audio. Go figure. reply

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check out
http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/products/dvd/Free-Studio-Manager.htm

awesome!! reply

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I used the renaming thing but now when I wanna put it in my editing programs the sound isn’t there. Can anyone help me with why this is happening? reply

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NONE OF THESE THINGS ARE WORKING FOR ME... I really need help... I dont want to download and SAUNNIE’s method isnt working... PLEASE HELP reply

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Get a copy of Handbrake and use the command line. You can create a batch to convert multiple files at once.

“C:\Program Files\Handbrake\HandBrakeCLI.exe” -i “177.mod” -o “test3.mkv” -e x264 -E faac -b 1300 -2 -T -x ref=3:mixed-refs:bframes=6:bime:weightb:direct=auto:b-pyramid:me=umh:subme=6:analyse=all:8x8dct:trellis=1:nr=150:no-fast-pskip -B 160 -R 48 -D 1 --markers=“chapters.csv” -v reply

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Let It Be wrote:
Oh, and for those of you that are interested in buying quality editing programs that recognize .MOD-- Pinnacle Studios 10 DOES NOT. All it has been is a pain. It says it recognizes .MOD, but you need to register your program first and get some stupid code, which, once entered, is supposed to allow .MPEG and .MOD import, but it doesn’t work. I have emailed and phoned customer service and there are not helpful. I gave up and just did everything through Cyberlink.

ISN’T TECHNOLOGY WONDERFUL?!

Ummmm... I have an XP and a Vista Machine and BOTH run my MOD files just fine on Pinacle Studios 10 and above... IDK what kinda problems you were having but I’ve had none, it just worked fine off the bat with both... reply

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Hi bluesky_5201,

Youy made my day...I have been toggling with this issue for a long time and tried man many software but end up with frustration...

Your simple instruction of converting the file type worked like magic.....

Thank a lot buddy..

Regards,
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Hey, I have the same problem. I did a karate demonstration today and recorded it with my JVC Everio. Now the file is an MOD. It won’t convert to an MPG and I need to burn it onto a DVD. Plz help! reply

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TMPGEnc !!! reply

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Confuzzled wrote:
Hey, I have the same problem. I did a karate demonstration today and recorded it with my JVC Everio. Now the file is an MOD. It won’t convert to an MPG and I need to burn it onto a DVD. Plz help!

I have a JVC Everio and have the same problem as well. I want to put our holiday videos onto windows movie maker so I can make a holiday DVD. but the files are MOD files and won’t work like this and I don’t know what to do, and how to get them so I can put them in movie maker and stuff. Please help someone! reply

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Saunnie is a life saver. reply

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I changed the extensions to .mod on an apple and it says that “This file is not a movie file." I’m trying to make them work for Imovie (apple is for a school project, not my idea!)

Any ideas on how to convert them for imovie?

Thanks in advance. reply

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This message is spam, remove me.

Simply renaming the files does NOT (repeat NOT) make the files available for editing. They will play, but they play as .mod files if you simply tell Windows to open them with media player. JVC should provide a tool for making the files editable on the CD(s). Would that I had one, I would check but I don’t so I can’t. reply

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Jacob Nordby... I love you. Not literally but seriously, you have saved me. One other thing, I put a new video into the folder will the default settings change for that too...???
(AS IN CAN I RENAME IT AS WELL???)
But still, thank you, thank you, thank you.... reply

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OK so- i am trying to get my JVC HDD videos to play on Windows Movie Maker. Meaning, i need to change the names...

ANY ways to do it?

step by step would be nice reply

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Hey people,

I’m having trouble converting my .Mod files from my camera to any other readable format on my Mac OS X, my Cam is a JVC Everio if that helps any
If you can help me out or shed some light on this for me I’ll be very appreciative of it reply

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I’m a Mac user. I’ve tried changing the file extension, tried opening in various media players - Quicktime, Media Player, but no joy. Anyone out there a Mac user who can advise how to get it going. Frustrating that these companies do this sort of thing.

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