Mod is the video file format used on many digital camcorders, such as the JVC Everio, the Canon FS100 and the Panasonic D-Snap SD-card camcorders.
Have you ever been caught in such situation:
You recorded wonderful moment or happy pictures during holiday and wanted to share them with others? But you suffered from playing the video on your computer or other devices because most players and portable devices cannot accept the format (Mod/Tod).
Here I introduce a converter that can convert Mod/Tod format to other common video and audio formats for Mac and Windows user.
How to convert Mod/Tod for Mac user
The converter you need is Tipard Mod Converter for Mac
Firstly, download and install Tipard Mod Converter for Mac (Intel Version
or Power PC Version
Run the converter and load your Mod/Tod files.
Select the format you want to convert from “Profile”. If you like to set your own data, please click “Settings” button.
Set up the output profile and the output file path. You can default the output file path or select your own path by clicking “Browse” button on the line of Destination.
After you set all the settings, you can click “Start” to start conversion.
This converter also has powerful editing functions besides conversion. Take some examples below:
If you like the current image of the video you can use the “Snapshot” option, just click the “Snapshot” button and the image will be saved and then click the “Open” button next to “Snapshot” button to open your picture.
If you want to merge several videos into one file you can choose them at one time and click the “Merge into one file” to do it.
Click “Effect” button you can do these actions: adjusting brightness, contrast and saturation of the video. You can easily adjust the video through two windows in the same interface.
If you just want convert a clip of your video, then you can use the "Trim" icon to set the Start time and End time of the clip or you can directly drag the slide bar to the accurate position.
By using the “Crop” function you can crop the black edge of your video and you can also drag the line around the video image to adjust your video to your Google Phone.