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I have a JVC Everio that uses .Mod files and Moi. files. I found one program that could use the mod files and create an AVI as a final product - no worries. But the program doesn't have many options for editing. I need a program that will accept the .MOD files and is not too basic.
Can someone find me a program? Trial or full versions...
If it means anything, I edit skateboard clips.
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You can rename the files from .mod to .mpg

example: MyMovie123.mod

right click/rename to MyMovie123.mpg (or any name you want.mpg)

edit in Windows Movie Maker or other editing program...
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I have a JVC Everio that uses .Mod files and Moi. files. I found one program that could use the mod files and create an AVI as a final product - no worries. But the program doesn't have many options for editing. I need a program that will accept the .MOD files and is not too basic.
Can someone find me a program? Trial or full versions...
If it means anything, I edit skateboard clips.

For Windows, Pinnacle Studio and Adobe Premiere Elements will work great with .mod files from JVC or any other brand.

For Apple, any of the recent versions of iMovie work very nice.

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