Question about Panasonic HDC-SD9 Flash Media Camcorder
Hi there mister, i saw your answer to a guy who was having a few probs downloading his panasonic camcorder files onto his cpu.i dont have the same model- hi is better than mine- but i know its all the same file stuff.so, he had some probs and you mentioned if he renamed the files .mpg then the cpu will recognize them well, im having a similar prob. panasonic gibe you this software which to be honest is the biggest bunch off **** ive evr had the misery of trying to use and this is where i discivered the problem.i gave up and decided to run witt windows moviemaker which actually,isnt to be underestimated i rekon-ive made some goos psycadelic stuff with that. so, i put the SD card into my reader on my HPcompaq and immediately sagged like a bag of spuds on a bulgarian farm at what i saw- no simple nice and clever standard files of mpeg-whatever, like my old cheap **** thing that i brought on holiday. that was a simple case of transferring anything anywhere.i had no probs opening those files anywhere but anyway, there i am looking at the files and they are all accompanied with a DAT file. for starters why the hell are they there? 2nd, i tried the simple activity of importing a file into windows moviemaker and it said that this file isnt compatible.we all know windows are compatible with bloody everything,i imagine if i plugged a usb into a petrol pump windows would probably recognize something but not panasonics godamm videofiles. i tried renaming them everything- mpe, mpg i even tried zebedee and eric but nope, theres nothing you can do with these files. ok im draggin on a bit but bear with me- now, i wouldnt be suprised if the only way to do anything with them is of course......with the software they provide.im sure thats how companies operate these days isnt it? gotta be so dam exclusive with everything! so the nut of the prob is.......do you know anything about panasonic and these freakin files? and, do you know of any editing suite software out there i can get so i dont have to use that crappy one they sent me? as you can imagine JUST for being like that, i could happily track down the designers of panasonic and tear their fingernails out or send them a letterbomb full of toxic sewage but il hold off on that until im really sure that they really are that pathetic. hey you know i actually feel better gettng that off my chest but if you can help il feel even better! ok my Transatlantic pal il leave that one with you dude. help me obi wan knobi.......youre my only hope.
If you got a JVC camcorder, or Panasonic camcorder or Canon MOD camcorder, you would have probably encountered such issue--- what to do with the MOD/TOD files----the God forsaken video format? And you want to convert the recorded .MOD file type to mpeg, avi, mkv, flv, mp4, wmv or whatever more common, so that you can put them on Youtube, Myspace, Google video and Hulu later on to share the camcorder video with your friends or more people? And there is another headache thing is that most major video editing suites seem to unwillingly accept the MOD/TOD format. Even windows video maker, I have to say it's too complicated to use
Someone successfully made it simply by changing the extension from .mod to mpg, but for most people, they just failed only to find there is no audio after the extension is changed, or the changed one doesn’t allow you to import these files into Windows movie maker, not to mention upload some video to Youtube.com or Facebook.
any alternativs? There is a very simple program that convert .mod NOT ONLY to mpg but many others like avi, mkv, flv, mp4, wmv, rm, rmvd, mov, dv, mg2 and swf. MOD converter is the one shoot all the trouble. This excellent mod conversion tool is not just a converter but also a video editing tool. From now on, with the MOD converter you can enjoy your mod video on many media player, even on portable devices like blackberry, Gphone, PSP, Creative Zen,etc.
Things will be easier if you take a moment to finish reading the Step by Step on how to convert .mod to mpg, avi, wmv and others
Step by Step
How to convert .mod to mpg, avi, wmv and others?
Step1 Turn on your pc. Download and install MOD converter
Click here to download and install it by running iOrgsoftTODconverter.exe
Step 2: Turn on your camcorder and connect it to pc. Import the .MOD file onto PC.
Run MOD converter; select the .MOD file you want to convert by clicking the Add or File button to load MOD info. Click the profile button to define the output video format.
Step 3: click the Edit button to set detailed info for the desired video.
A. Click the Trim button to set the length/range of the video that need to be converted.
You can choose a part of a MOD or the whole one to convert
B. Click the Effect button to tune the saturation, contrast, brightness values and make sure are the one you preferred, preview the change on the screen.
C. Click the Crop button to cut the unnecessary part or black part of the movie.
D. Select .AVI or .MPG and select the directory that you’d like your file stored to.
Step 4: Convert video
After all settings is done. You are ready to start conversion. This step will take you a while to carry out the conversion process, the time vary with different parameters you set.
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