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How to Import MOD and TOD Video into iMovie

What is MOD and TOD?

MOD and TOD are informal names of tapeless video formats used by JVC (MOD and TOD), Panasonic (MOD only) and Canon (MOD only) in some models of digital camcorders. Format names correspond to extensions of video files. Neither JVC nor Panasonic, who pioneered the format, explained meaning of the file extensions, and the formats were never given an official name. MOD is used exclusively for standard definition video files, while TOD is used for high definition files.

MOD is used exclusively for standard definition video files stored in MPEG program steam container files with MOD extension, in most other systems these files have extension MPG or MPEG, while TOD is used for high definition files in MPEG transport steam container files with TOD extension, in most systems these files have M2T extension.

TOD format is comparable with AVCHD, but can't be directly played on consumer equipment. Media files must be packaged into distribution formats like HD DVD or Blu-ray Disc, using authoring software.

To be able to edit and enjoy mod and tod videos in your iMovie, firstly you need to convert mod and tod video into the format that iMovie supported with Any Video Converter for Mac. Here the following is the instruction for how to convert and import mod and tod video into iMovie.

How to Import MOD and TOD video into iMovie with Any Video Converter for Mac?

Please download and install Any Video Converter for Mac, and then simple follow the steps to import mod and tod video into iMovie.

Step 1: Download and Install Any Video Converter for Mac

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Click above Download button to download install AVCLabs Any Video Converter for Mac.

Step 2: Add mod and tod videos to AVCLabs Any Video Converter for Mac OS

Click the "Add Files" button in the top-left to add the mod and tod videos you want to convert from your hard disk. You can also simply drag-and-drop the video files to the program

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Step 3: Set output format

Click "Profile" dropdown list, you can customize the output formats that iMovie supported video format. AVCLabs Any Video Converter for Mac OS also supports multiple formats well including MPG, FLV, AVI, 3GP, MP4, iPod, iPhone formats as output.

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Notes: Usually, default settings are good enough and they’re recommended. However, you can customize settings completely as you like. Under the Profile list, you can find General, Video and Audio tabs. Settings as follows can be customized. You can even input a value as you like except the device only accepts a certain video size.

Such as General tab: Here you can set the Output Filename, Output Directory, Start Time, and Stop Time.

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Step 4. Start converting and then import the converted videos to iMovie

Click Encoding button to start converting mod and tod videos to the format that iMovie supported. After converting, open iMovie, click on File > Import > Movies, and navigate to where the file is. Create a new event and import into iMovie.

Notes:If you are interested in importing and editing your mod and tod videos in iMovie, please click the following download link to download Any Video Converter for Mac. There has time limitation on the output videos in free trial version. If you feel satisfied with the performance of AVCLabs Any Video Converter for Mac, please click the Buy Now button to buy a lifetime license to unlock the time limitation.

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