How to convert JVC Everio MOD to iMovie for editing

JVC Everio HDD camcorders like EVERIO GZ-MC130, MG130, MG630, and MG7230 are the best choice for recording your life. However the captured videos, .mod extension are not supported by the most popular iMovie editing software. Maybe you have the same problem as below.

I've got a JVC GZ-MG7230 camera and would like to import .mod files into imovie so that i can edit them. How can i import the files? On windows they're converted to mpeg-2. Can i do better in Mac? Thanks” (From

MOD Converter for Mac can help you successfully convert JVC Everio MOD files to MP4, MOV, H.264, etc on Mac Lion or Mountain Lion 10.8. Then you can import converted JVC Everio MOD files to iMovie, iMovie 11, iMovie 08, iMovie 09, iMovie HD for editing.

Guide about how to convert JVC Everio MOD to iMovie

Free download MOD Converter for Mac, install and run it. If you a Windows users try MOD Converter.

(22.9MB) Only $35.00 Windows Version

1. Add MOD files

Connect JVC Everio camcorder with computer to transfer .mod files to your Mac. Then click “Add Files” button to batch add MOD files for converting.

2. Choose output format

From the format list, you can choose MP4, MOV, etc as output format for importing to iMovie.
iMovie Format

3. Convert JVC Everio MOD to MOV Mac

All things done, you can click “Convert” button to convert MOD files from JVC Everio on Mac. Then you can import JVC Everio MOD files to iMovie for editing.

Continue reading other guides like how to convert MOD to MOV Mac for Mac users or how to edit MOD with Windows Movie Maker for Windows user.

(22.9MB) Only $35.00 Windows Version

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