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

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Hallo, I Am Sam and i have that camera bought. I have read all the responses, but i don’t know how to extension or something like that.

Eliot G, i have did what you want, i click on “Show Hidden Files And Folders”, but then? I have to rename my file, but the only thing i get, is if i rename the file only the name, and i can change that into everything, but it won’t help.

Can anybody PLEASE do the same as Eliot G, but than steps after the “show hidden files en folders”? I just want to make my *.MOD into a normal filename, like *.MP4 or *.WMV or something, but i can’t do that on my one! PLEASE HELP ME! reply

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JVC usually package thier camcorders with power dvd software.
Evero Power director is supposed to be able to use and convert the mod files.
However, i had to rename the mod file extentions to AVI before i could import them, which is a pain.
I would still recomend a HDD over dvd camcorder... but maybe not a JVC one as everything becomes long winded. The camcorder itself was brilliant with great quality but the MOD codec really lets it down bigtime.

spike 72 wrote:
i have read all the posts that have been put up ... i allways thought that JVC was a good company to buy a video cam from as that is one of the reasons i bought my mg50ek with 30gb hard drive but after reading the posts i dont know if this was a good choice as not owning a video cam before and not to quick on pc jargon thought it would be the best option ......now thinking if to sell cam and get a dvd cam instead .....
could anybody put in plain english what additional software i need and if that software will give me better quality than what i see after conversion to wmv
girlfriend has hidden all heavy objects that could smash cam !!!!!!!

cheers spike

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<a href=“http://www.modvideoconvertermac.com”>MOD Video Converter Mac</a> is an efficient and versatile video conversion software designed specilized for Mac users. This MOD Video Converter Mac can convert all video formats to what you need formats with unmatched conversion speed and excellent output quality, like converting AVI, MP4, MPG, MOD, TOD, MOV, MKV, WMV, DivX, XviD, MPEG-1/2, 3GP, 3G2, VOB, MOV, MPV, FLV, and HD videos (HD TS, HD MTS, HD M2TS, HD WMV, etc.). reply

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MOD Converter for Mac is excellent video converter for mac. This versatile mac mod converter can convert between all popular video, HD video and audio formats with super fast conversion speed and high output quality, such as AVI, MP4, MOV, MKV, WMV, DivX, XviD, MPEG-1/2, 3GP, 3G2, VOB Video, MP3, AAC, and AC3 Audio etc. In addition, the best mod converter mac can also extract audio from video file and convert video to MP3, AC3, and AAC… as you want. reply

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Hi,you can pick up a mod converter,there are many in the google.http://www.modconvertermac.org reply

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so i’ve been going crazy trying to figure this out. i have a JVC Everio hd camcorder, and i’ve tried for about 5 hours to find a free converter for MOD to WMV. the ones that are free always have a watermark and i don’t know what to do because cyberlink costs money! can somebody help me? reply

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you guy are really good! reply

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Hi everyone,

I normally don’t post, but I have spent what seems like forever trying to get the .mod videos into Premiere and still keep the audio. I tried several of the recommendations on here, with no luck. In the end, this is how I got it working:

1. Rename file extension from .mod to .mpg (this allows Premiere to recognize it)
2. Download the AC3 audio decoder .dll file (NOT the full “program” that is mentioned elsewhere on this forum) - I found this file at http://www.mediacollege.com/adobe/premiere/pro/import/mpeg-ac3.html, but maybe you can find it elsewhere. It’s called ad2ac3dec.dll. Put this file in your C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS3\ folder.
3. Restart Premiere, and import the .mpg file reply

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I tried many of the suggested solutions but still not 100%.
renaming the file extensions messes up the video and audio sync after you import into premier. Issues are either no picture, no sound, or the video is jumpy.
Yes, rename extensions will let you either play it with VLC or something similar and even import into premier.
But when you drag it into the timeline is where the problem arises.
I have tried Any Video Converter(its free), Emicsoft Video Converter(trial version no watermark)
I even tried remaning to .m2v extensions.

You know I may go back to my old tape camcorder. All I had to do there was plug into computer and Capture video using premier.
If I find a perfect solution I will update this post. reply

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convert jvc everio canon fs200 fs100 panasonic .mod files to avi,mpeg1 or wmv compatible with adobe premiere.
iOrgSoft MOD converter reply

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FINALLY I found the solution for Mac users, and it’s just as easy as the Windows solution offered elsewhere (copying a dll file from Encore to Premiere), assuming you have Adobe Encore DVD installed as well. I worked with the CS3 version, but I think it’ll work equally well with CS2 or CS4. Here it goes:
- in Finder, navigate to Applications -> Adobe Encore (CS3)
- ctrl-click on the Adobe Encore CS3 program file in this folder
- click 'Show Package Contents'. a second Finder window opens.
- navigate to Contents -> Frameworks
- select and copy (cmd-C) the folder 'mcac3dec.framework'
- close this Finder window
- in the first FInder window, now navigate to Applications -> Adobe Premiere Pro (CS3)
- ctrl-click on the Adobe Premiere Pro (CS3) program file in this folder
- click 'Show Package Contents'. again a second Finder window opens
- navigate to Contents -> Frameworks
- paste (cmd-V) the copied folder into the Frameworks folder
- check if it’s there. it should be listed in between 'mcaacaenc.framework' and 'mcdvd_32.framework'
- That’s all! From now on, all you’ll have to do is rename your .MOD files to .MPG and you’ll be able to work with them directly in Premiere without ANY converting! Yay! :-D reply

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Hey All!

I was given one of the JVC Hard drive camcorders from a group I agreed to volunteer some time to. Same issue arose with the .mod

I tried changing .mod to .mov but it wouldn’t work. After more research I figured out .mod is an type of recording, but they bank on you not figuring that one out.

I CHANGED THE FILE NAME FROM .MOD TO .MPG AND IT IMPORTED FINE WITH ADOBE PREMIERE. AUDIO WAS INCLUDED, ETC. NO PROBLEMO. reply

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I copied all my .MOD and .MOI files. Although the MOD files are all different sizes (some 32MB, others 9MB), they all play the same video!!!

I see the same 10 seconds of video no matter which I play!

Let me add this important note: I did use a software recovery software to recover the deleted files off the evario hard drive.

The software found many files in seconds, as I said, all different sizes... but why is the video the same in all of them? Anyone? reply

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renaming files does not work. converters destroy image quality and remove all audio. i mean for fu*s sake jvc what were you thinking! my camcorder is a jvc everio mg330 and its getting the hammer and being posted to jvc headquarters with a strongly worded letter! what a bunck of w*nkers reply

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I am using Pinaccle Studio 9 and looking for a programme that will successfully convert MOD into AVI or MPG that will then work with Studio 9

Programmes I have tried convert the file but you lose the widescreen picture or it won’t import into pinnacle

CAn anyone help? reply

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If I convert the MOD files to AVI and open in Premiere, they’re all screwy: playback is speeded up and out of sync with sound. If I just change the extension to MPEG or M2V, the import fails: “file format not supported." these files open fine in Windows Media Player, Quicktime, etc., but not Premiere. reply

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there are many video editor tools can help to editing mov video and convert to many other formats. wondershare video editor is such an software I have used.
and you can check the guide to edit and convert camcorder video to here: http://www.wondershare.com/video-editor/how-to-edit-mov-videos.html reply

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There is no need to buy any programs to convert MOD files to MPEG.
All you do is rename the file extention to MPEG. that’s it! Very simple. The video will work perfectly and with full audio. It will also work with any popular video editing software. I think the dudes that posted that you need all these special software to convert, most def work for them wanting to make money. reply

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MOD to AVI Converter is a perfect software program that enables converting MOD files to AVI file format. reply

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