Using WMM with a JVC Everio HDD camcorder


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Paul

Since the videos made on the Everio are .mod files how are they to be
converted in order to use WMM as my editing program?

I tried changing the .mod to .mpeg but they are still not accepted when I
try to Import into Collections.
 
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John Inzer

Paul said:
Since the videos made on the Everio are .mod files how are they to be
converted in order to use WMM as my editing program?

I tried changing the .mod to .mpeg but they are still not accepted
when I try to Import into Collections.
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Maybe the following links will offer some ideas:

Movie Maker 2 - Importing MOD Files
http://tinyurl.com/3cr735

Movie Maker 2 - Importing MPEG Files
http://tinyurl.com/eajjh

Movie Maker 2 -
Importing Video from Discs
http://tinyurl.com/n3g2b


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John Inzer
Digital Media MVP

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I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

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P

Paul

Thanks, John...............I guess after reading all that I should not need
to ask any more questions but I do............how do I convert them?
 
J

John Inzer

Paul said:
Thanks, John...............I guess after reading all that I should
not need to ask any more questions but I do............how do I
convert them?
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Here's some info:

Converting MPEG-2 files - Part 1
(for Importing)
http://tinyurl.com/ycv5x7

Converting MPEG-2 files - Part II
(Ripping/Converting DVDs)
http://tinyurl.com/yjyzk9

Converting MPEG-2 files - Part III
(from Recorded TV to Movie Maker)
http://tinyurl.com/bfkep

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John Inzer
Digital Media MVP

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 
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MOD file format is used by various digital camcorder models (JVC Everio, Panasonic and Canon) to save their videos. These MOD files are often accompanied with small .MOI files which contain the videos' time-stamp information. MOD format is simply a MPEG-2 formatted video file, and if you simply wish to view the files on your computer, it is reportedly safe to rename the extension from MOD to MPG or AVI.


If you tried changing the .mod to .mpeg but they are still not accepted. I suggest you convert them.

http://www.pavtube.com/guide/convert-jvc-everio-hd-mts-tod-with-flawless-quality.htmlhttp://camcordervideoshare.com/how-to/convert-jvc-everio-mtsmodtod-footages-to-editable-format-with-flawless-quality/
 

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