"How do I convert .MOD files from my PC to a file that is compatible with my iMac? I got an iMac for Christmas but can't seem to figure out a way to bring my movie files over to work with iMovie/iDVD. I also canâ€™t take any files off of my camera as they are also .MOD files. Please Help!" "How to convert JVC.mod to .mov? Help, pls!? Okay I am pretty frustrated, and I know this has been discussed before, but I have had no luck when reading other threads. I think I may have narrowed our problem down to one simple thing but I am not sure. I have an occasion approaching in a week and need to clear off my JVC Everio but can't seem to get them to play on my MacBook. It's the common problem of converting .MOD to .MOV or .MPEG ... When I simply rename them to .MPEG my QuickTime won't let me open it nor can I import it to iMovie or FCE... Is it because i do not have the mpeg-2 plug in? ..." Anyone who has purchased a JVC Everio HDD video camera has probably learned that they chose to use some god forsaken proprietary video format â€“ the .MOD extension. While, when you wanna import the MOD footage to video editor like iMovie/FCP to edit your home movie, the MOD can't be ingested by the iMovie/FCP directly. MOD converter for mac is the application that can convert MOD files to iMovie'11 formats so you can import mod files to imovie without problem. With this software, you can not only convert MOD to iMovie but also convert MOD to iPhone5, iPhone4, PSP and a lot more mobile player gadgets. You can learn how to convert mod to imovie imovie: Step 1: Add MOD videos Launch the MOD to iMovie Converter and click the "Add File" button to browse your Mac hard disc and select the MOD videos you want to edit in iMovie. Step 2: Set an iMoive compatible as the output format On the lower part of the interface, you can find the Profile field. Click the Arrow to the very right of the Profile field to open the Profile down-up list. Choose "Common Video > dv" or "iMovie > .m4v /mov/ mp4" as the output format. Step 3: Edit MOD video effects(optional) Click the "Edit" button on the main interface, and click the "Effect" tab right next to the "Crop" tab, and you will see the Edit window where you can adjust video contrast, brightness and saturation and to apply special video effects including old film, gray and emboss to your video: Step 4: Convert MOD to iMovie Click on the green Start button on the lower part of the application window to start the
conversion of MOD to iMovie. You can just tick the "Shut down computer after conversion" option, If you are converting a lot of files at a time and you donâ€™t want to wait around your computer.
Import AVCHD files to Final Cut Pro to edit AVCHD Lite with FCP on Mac off JVC Everio AVCHD Camcorder, Canon HF, Panasonic, Sony HDR Series.