Question about JVC Everio GZ-MG30 Camcorder
For the last few days, I have been researching different ways to be able to use .MOD files in Adobe Premiere CS3. I am using Windows XP Professinal. These files come from my JVC Everio Hard Drive Camcorder.
Apparently .MOD files are encoded with MPEG-2 video and AC3 audio. Most solutions suggest manually renaming the file to ".mpg" or ".M2V", which would allow you to load the video track into Premiere; but still the audio to come with it. To get the audio to come with it, you needed a certain .dll file that would allow Premiere to work with the embedded audio. You can download the .dll file here: < http://www.sfplayers.com/forums/amazonCameraFS100/ad2ac3dec.dll > .
_____I particularly liked the simple explanation I found here reguarding this: < http://eturkov.blogspot.com/2008/05/working-with-mod-files-in-adobe.html >
Now this is great and it works for the most part. However, when I try editing this video in Premiere, after using this method, I get this occasional red pixelated interference that destroys the video image for a couple seconds every minute or two. I uploaded a few pictures of what exactly this looks like here, < http://picasaweb.google.com/Bronze1052/UntitledAlbum#5302344189299128722 >
So the current solution to this problem works, that is if you don't mind having red pixels destroy your video every once in awhile. Can anybody help me with this!!??
Many users had purchased HD digital cameras such as Panasonic SV AV100, Canon MOD Camcorders, JVC (MOD and TOD) and Panasonic (MOD only)and were frustrated by the uncommon .mod files, which can not be supported by general windows software. But they really wanted a way to play and edit MOD file on their PC, in this case, MOD Converter can be a good option.
Mod converter is a great application that helped HD camcorder users in particular because it can convert MOD to AVI, convert Mod to MPG, convert MOD to WMV,convert MOD to MPEG2, convert MOD to MP4 video, mod conversion in Windows Movie Maker, mod file converter which can then be used with Windows Movie Maker or other video editing applications(including Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere Pro) for Windows.
Mod converter can be used as mod mp3 converter. By converting the MOD footage into other regular video and audio formats such as: MPEG, MPEG2, 3GP, 3G2, MP4, M4V, RM, RMVB, ASF, QT, TS, MKV, FLV, SWF, MP3, MP2, AAC, AC3, WAV, WMA, M4A, RA, RAM, etc, Mod video converter makes it easy to enjoy the MOD footage from your camcorder using iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, BlackBerry, GPhone, PSP, Zune, Creative Zen, iRivier and other MP4 players. With it, you can edit mod video, trim mod video, crop mod video easily, adjust mod video aspect ratio to 4:3 or 16:9.
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Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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Posted on Jun 09, 2009
use their free converter, i've been using it ever since i needed to convert files for my picky nokia 770. personally i convert the .mod files into .avi, and .mp3 (since premiere doesn't recognize the audio as an .avi) its pretty straightforward on how to set it, it even comes with its own codecs
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