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

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i change the file extension .MOD to .AVI.
The i use Any Video Converter Professional to convert it to any other file type that’s available in the converter software.

i have tried convert it to mpg, avi, dv, mp4...etc.

so far Any Video Converter Professional is the coolest media converter i have used, one of the best i have used.

i am in the video editing industry. reply

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HI!PLEASE;some one can help me whit this problem:I have a JVC cam corder camera.I succed to download the movies inside of note bok but I can not edit movies with ANITHIG(I just want to cut some frames,to put somemuzic as bak ground etc)My movies are MOV(cuple numbers)MOD.I know Adobe is an excelent program for editing,but dossent open MOD.Sony Vegas is super,and perhapse many ather but oll have the same problem:dos not open with frames the movie!Can some one to give an advice??????????? reply

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Just wanted anyone who is reading this to know that the instructions posted by Dan 9/2005 are still valid! I bought a JVC camera in 2008 and experienced the MOD file issue. Using the cyberlink powerdirector software included with the camera I was able to convert to AVI files. THANKS dan and THANKS to this site for keeping the instructions posted for two years! reply

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Hi,

I have changed my MOD files' extension to mpg, mpeg, avi or m2v, everything that premiere suppose to support. but I still get error msg staying that files not supported.
Are there any solution for this?
(my DVcam is not HD dvcam...)
Thanks very much

-Elaine- reply

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Hi, I no nothing with comps really, how do I get the extention to show? it is hidden on me and I cant unhide it reply

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http://www.modconverter.us reply

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My problem is each time i try and move my home movie this error comes up (An error occurred when opening this media file in library. c:\program Files\cyberlink\power director express\ sample clips\aquarium.mpg) i have tryed changing the mods to other thigs and still nothing if some one can help me i would realy apreciate it thanks Kim reply

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After getting stucked along a week with the same problem (I’ve taken the laptop with me. The power director is at home, in the workstation), I just changed the extension and worked fine with vlc.
Now I hope it works when I try to hang it on my blog: http://paulus-de-best.blogspot.com

Thank you all for the hints.
Pau. reply

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Mod Video Converter enables you to convert .mod files to almost all popular video formats, including WMV, MPG, MPEG, AVI, ASF, MP4, DivX, XviD, DVD-Video, VOB, 3GP, MP3, AAC, M4A, etc.

If you have a mac, Mod Converter for Mac is an excellent Mac Mod converter software which can convert video formats from one to another with perfect output quality and high conversion speed for Mac OS X users. It supports all popular video formats including MOD, FLV, MKV, WMV, ASF, MPEG1, MPEG2, MP4, 3GP, 3G2, MOV, AVI, M2TS, MPEG TS/TP (for HD Video), M4V, etc. reply

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Thanks to your website, we managed to convert our JVC .mod files to .avi files so we can use our Adobe Premier Pro program. Once converted, we were able to import into Adobe and the video will play, but there is no audio. Any suggestions what we’re doing wrong and how to resolve? reply

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thanks for the info guys...it was a real help!!!! reply

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I just this stupid JVC.
I will not ever buy this product anymore!

I prefer Sonny and Panasonic... reply

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You guys that are recommending OR trying to CONVERT... Stop, Stop, Stop!

You do not want to use a converter. It will mess with already compressed footage. You want it going into editor in its original shape.

And everyone here recommending converters - Shame! Please do not give advise when you are not aware what you are doing. I hate to sound rash, but when I hear “convents great” or “great quality” it saddens me. Converting compressed footage using another codec is degrading the footage even more. Plain and simple!

Its been mention over and over and over and some people flatly refuse to listen. **Just change the file extension**. Very fast, very easy. Copy to hard drive - Rename. Seconds. No converting. No time to convert. And video stays at best resolution [which is already compressed]

Keep this in mind: MOD is just an mpeg extension. Forget thinking of it as its own type of file. Just change the .MOD to .mpeg or .m2v and its instantly done. Nothing can be more simple.....

Whatever program you are using will read mpeg or m2v. If it doesn’t, try getting the right codec or try another editor. If it cant handle those two formats, something’s wrong. Using time-consuming converters to destroy the footage is NOT the way to go reply

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Word up! Premiere CS4 should playback´n edit mpeg-2 without convertions. Over and out. reply

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I cant get adobe premier pro to play the audio of the mpg m2v videos. it shows the video but not the audio. I once found a file that could be added to premier to fix this problem. but lost aht file after changing my harddrive, anyeone knows where to find it or have a nother fix? reply

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Hey guys, Try just changing the file name to .avi. And putting it into Premiere.

Works so far for me :) reply

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todd wrote:
You guys that are recommending OR trying to CONVERT... Stop, Stop, Stop!

You do not want to use a converter. It will mess with already compressed footage. You want it going into editor in its original shape.

And everyone here recommending converters - Shame! Please do not give advise when you are not aware what you are doing. I hate to sound rash, but when I hear “convents great” or “great quality” it saddens me. Converting compressed footage using another codec is degrading the footage even more. Plain and simple!

Its been mention over and over and over and some people flatly refuse to listen. **Just change the file extension**. Very fast, very easy. Copy to hard drive - Rename. Seconds. No converting. No time to convert. And video stays at best resolution [which is already compressed]

Keep this in mind: MOD is just an mpeg extension. Forget thinking of it as its own type of file. Just change the .MOD to .mpeg or .m2v and its instantly done. Nothing can be more simple.....

Whatever program you are using will read mpeg or m2v. If it doesn’t, try getting the right codec or try another editor. If it cant handle those two formats, something’s wrong. Using time-consuming converters to destroy the footage is NOT the way to go

Ok Todd if there is anything that I can’t stand is when someone opens their lips and relieves all doubt. You obviously intend to help, but you are of none. These people are suffering from the JVC crap syndrome. These .MOD files cannot simply be editable by an extension change. These are proprietary to JVC, those crap holes. I have tried changing to every format you could imagine including the ones you suggested, neither iMovie/Final cut express or Premire pro will open with a simple extension change. What super program do you suggest cause these should be plenty of software power to open these files. So maybe you should help us with the problem instead of calling everyone stupid. If you can keep us from having to perform convertions (which I agree is ridiculous) then please calm down and help us come up with a solution. Yeah we can change the extension and view it with VLC but whopie, We need to get into Premire pro, or other editing programs. reply

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Renaming MOD extensions does not work for everyone. I’ve got a ton of codecs installed and typically work in virtualdub and premier. Both programs reject any MOD format. It’s total sh!t that these people don’t support an extremely common camcorder format. I just ran a batch process for 8 hours on tons of videos to convert MOD to MP4/divx also to discover adobe premier does not import MP4. I’m so fed up with this bullcrap and lousy ass standards and support from “top of the line” hardware and software industries. Its fine, if you like to spend 5 hours a day working with DV. But for a normal guy to get some home movies edited, this is a joke. I’d rather send a VHS tape than keep banging my head against the keyboard. :P reply

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I use a little program is called Fast Video Converter reply

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To all those above. I tried the " just change the extensions” method. And although premier will recognize it, the finished product comes out extremely choppy...any suggestions? reply


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