HDD Camcorders

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by Simon Mayo, Nov 5, 2006.

  1. Simon Mayo

    Simon Mayo Guest

    Does anyone know of editing programmes that accept .MOD files from a JVC
    Everio HDD camcorder? I have searched and found Cyberlink Power Director to
    be the best so far but woul dlike to try others if anyone knows of one that
    will accept these .MOD files.
    Simon Mayo, Nov 5, 2006
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    Jerry Guest

    Just how many times are you going to ask the same ruddy question,
    this is the third time of asking, what makes you think that you are
    going to get different answers from those who read this group? All
    you are doing is making yourself look a bit of a whinging prat!
    Jerry, Nov 5, 2006
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  3. Simon Mayo

    Simon Mayo Guest

    Dear Jerry,
    My last post gave the solution to my question for the help and advice of
    others with HDD cameras i.e. Cyberlink Power Director works with .MOD files.
    I don't think offering advice for the benefit of others qualifies me as a
    whinging prat. I am sorry if my posts have upset you but you must try to
    take life a little easier and relax into it or tou are going to be a very
    unhappy, grumpy old man.
    Simon Mayo, Nov 5, 2006
  4. Simon Mayo

    Jerry Guest

    [ context lost due to top posting ]
    ..MOD files.

    Which had already been given by someone else in your original

    You were merely repeating what someone else has told you in the same
    group a few days earlier - but heck, your right it doesn't make you a
    whinging prat, just a prat...

    The point is, you are not going to gat any different answers in your
    third thread than you have or might get in your first. If you can't
    understand this then Usenet is not the place for you and I suspect
    that you would soon piss off web based forum moderators too.
    Jerry, Nov 5, 2006
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    Jukka Aho Guest

    I did a quick Google search on the topic. Many web pages - including the
    one which was mentioned by Tony in an earlier message - seem to suggest
    that the JVC Everio "MOD" files are really nothing but just MPEG-2
    (program stream?) files with a funny filename extension, and possibly
    with a Dolby Digital (AC-3) sound track.

    Try renaming the files. Change the ".MOD" filename extension to ".MPG",
    and see if MPEG-2 aware programs (such as VirtualDubMod, VideoReDo,
    TMPGEnc MPEG Editor, Womble MPEG Video Wizard, or the various DVD
    authoring applications) will accept them.

    If that works, but you can't hear any sound, you may also need to
    install an AC-3 DirectShow filter (codec) on your system.

    See <http://sourceforge.net/projects/ac3filter>.
    Jukka Aho, Nov 5, 2006
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