Having a lot of problem with importing my MOD files to IMovie and iDVD without loosing picture quality. You'v used streamclip to demux into MPEG-2 files and it looks good in computer but when burning to DVD quality stinks! You are desperate! What can you do? We know the best way we like is to import the camera MOD to iMovie firstly then share to iDVD to burn to DVD disc. But the 1280*720 resolution recorded by JVC Everio, Canon FS 100, Panasonic SDR has absolute problem with iMovie: the models to be supported by iMovie will outport horrible video quality in .MOV, MP4 format. Then how to import mod file into imovie for editing? To solve the problem like importing canon fs 300 to mac and Panasonic sdr mod to mac imovie directly imported format like DV, H264 and keep the small size to convert jvc everio MOD to dvd , you can use a third party app. MOD converter mac is the software that can help you convert MOD to iMovie friendly format like mov, mp4, etc. and it is also an excellent MOD editor to to help you crop the unwanted black edges, clip, merge, adjust image effect etc. Simple guide on how to import MOD, MOI files to imovie (Lion included) Step1: Import MOD file. we've gotten that MOI files are information files only ---- there is no video data. The video data resides in the MOD files, so you just need upload the MOD or TOD video to the software. Hit "Add File" to input your MOD file to the converter. More than one file is allowed to add at one time. http://www.hdconverterformac.com/article-mod-video/moi-converter-mac/add-mod-tod-file.jpg Step 2: Choose an output format. On the Profile field, you will see a small arrow at the very right, click on it to open the Profile drop-up list, move your mouse cursor to "iMovie Video" and click on the "iMovie MOV" profile. Step3: Click "Start" button to start the conversion of converting MOD movie to imovie. To learn more guide you can visit canon video converter .
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