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Old Mar 05, 2010, 02:42 AM
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Default How to convert MOD and TOD files generated by JVC camcorders?

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How to convert MOD and TOD files generated by JVC camcorders?

As far as I know, JVC camcorder users are always troubled by MOD and TOD files that generated by their dear JVC, because the two formats usually can not be accepted directly by most video players or editors. If you want to enjoy these video files on your Local PC or portable devices, or even do some further editing with Movie Maker or other video editing software, you have to convert them to some other common formats previously. Video conversion seems troublesome, right? Do not be worried, this guide will lead you to break through it via [b]Pavtube [url=***********.pavtube.com/tod-converter/]TOD Converter[/b] step by step.

Just follow it, now let’s start!

[b]Step 1: Download, install and run Pavtube [url=***********.pavtube.com/tod-converter/]TOD Converter[/b]

[b]Step 2: Import video files, select output format and specify store path[/b]
Add your recorded MOD or TOD files to this program, and select whatever formats you need from the drop-down list of [b]“Format”[/b]. If you want to play on your cell phone, you can select 3GP; to play on iPod or iPhone, you can select MP4; to share online, you can select FLV. Meanwhile, press output folder to specify where to locate the output files, or you can use the store path set by default. Further more, suppose you need to join several files to be one, you can check[b] “Merge into one file” to realize it[/b].

[img]***********.pavtube.com/images/tod-converter/import.jpg[/img]

[b]Step 3: Set advanced settings:[/b]
You are allowed to do some advanced settings according to your own requirements. In this section, you are able to set parameters for output video, the bigger value, the better quality, but the larger size.

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[b]Step 4: Convert[/b]
Pavtube provides you a friendly interface while converting, and all the conversion info can be found out in the following window, like total progress, the time have spent, the file size have been generated, as well as the possible left time and the entire size probably produced during the conversion.

[img]***********.pavtube.com/images/tod-converter/convert.jpg[/img]

[b]Additional tips:[/b]
About MOD and TOD:
Both MOD and TOD are the informal tapeless video formats produced by certain digital camcorders. And both of them have never been given to any meaning explanations or official names by their creators JVC or Panasonic. The differences between them lie in: MOD are used by JVC, Panasonic, and Canon in some models of camcorders, such as JVC GZ-MG130, GZ-MS100U, GZ-MG255, Panasonic SDR-SW20, SDR-SW21, SDR-S26, Canon FS100, FS200, FS21 and so on, while TOD is only used by JVC camcorders, like JVC GZ-HD7, GZ-HD5, GZ-HD6, GZ-HD30, and GZ-HD40; Moreover, MOD is only used for standard definition video files, while TOD is exclusively used for high definition video files.
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Old Apr 01, 2010, 06:03 AM
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Default Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac is a powerful tool specially designed for Mac users to

Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac is a powerful tool specially designed for Mac users to rip, convert, backup and edit both Blu-ray and DVD movies. The source movie could be from Blu-ray disc, DVD, Blu-ray and DVD folder, ISO and IFO file. The ripper could remove all the protections of Blu-ray and DVD movies , back up the movies to hard drive, rip and convert them into other popular audio and video formats to playback on your beloved portable devices such as iPod, iPhone, Zune, Blackberry, PSP, Creative Zen, Xbox 360, Apple TV etc. Besides, the M2TS files shot with AVCHD camcorders can be imported to Blu-ray Ripper for Mac and converted to compatible formats for editing in video editing software like iMovie, FCP, Avid etc.
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Old Apr 02, 2010, 02:38 AM
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Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper provides ideal solution for high definition movie lovers. It is an all-in-one Blu-ray and DVD ripper, converter and editor. With this application you can directly rip Blu-ray and protected DVD movie from the discs without other decryption software and convert them to compatible video and audio formats to transfer to Apple TV, Xbox 360, PS3, iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, Blackberry, Gphone, 3GP, Zune,Creative Zen, Archos, Nokia, Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas etc for playback and edit.
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Old Apr 06, 2010, 05:57 AM
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Compare to the above mentioned Videora iPhone 3G S Converter, Pavtube software has much better converted quality and much higher speed. Moreover, it also does not have the audio-video out of sync issues, which problem many other converters have. I confess that I have not used the editing feature yet, but, in keeping with the rest of its superior performance, I'm sure the editing feature is excellent.
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Old Apr 24, 2010, 04:33 AM
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Before its release, lots of Canon fans have been waiting for the Canon EOS 7D camera. I have just bought one recently, but it captures videos in H.264/MOV format, which is not a workable format in my editing software Magix Edit Pro 14. So I have to find a video converter to help me out. Through taking a whole weekend to do Google searching and trying out many programs, I end up with Pavtube HD Video Converter. I am very pleased with this program as it does an excellent job of conversion, which converts my videos into any format that I could possibly need. Share its detailed steps here, and hope it will be of some help for you guys who have a Canon 7D as me.
 

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