The guide shows the way for editing Mod files and editing Tod format. Easily split, join, add text, transition, audio, apply effects, cut Mod/Tod videos and convert the edited files to any format you like.
Queston1: How can I edit MOD files produced by my JVC camcorder? Is there a free Mod editor and converter to use? --- Jim Stevens
Question2: Can anyone suggest a powerful software package for editing MOD files. The software that comes with the JVC camera MC500 (Cyberlink) isn't great. --- Andy Lawton
Question3: I have some tod video files recorded by my JVC camera. Anyone can tell me how to edit tod files, such as join, merge, split tod video files and create DVDs playable on my home DVD player? The free Tod editor is the best. --- Michael Palumbo
.mod is the video file format used on many digital tapeless camcorders, such as the JVC Mod camcorders, the Canon Mod camcorders and the Panasonic Mod camcorders. The Mod format is comparable to AVCHD. The first camcorders that used MOD files appeared in 2003. MOD is used exclusively for standard definition video files, while TOD is used for HD files.
TOD format are informal names of tapeless video formats used by JVC SD/HD digital camcorders and Sony cameras.
How to edit Tod, edit Mod files on Windows and Mac?
2. Install and launch. A new empty project will be created automatically. Load your mod or tod videos by hitting the 'Import' button. The selected Mod video files will be added into the Video category.
3. Edit mod and tod file
To apply various effects to your mod/tod videos, you should place it to the time-line area, first of all. Now all the preliminary actions are done and you can proceed to add transitions, apply different effects, insert audio, lay text and other videos over the main ones, dub episodes and create DVD with menus, or save as any video format you like.
The Mod editor is very simple to use. Let's take adding transitions for example. Select the transition you would like to add to the video of yours, and click it with the left mouse button. Then, without releasing the button, drag the selected transition to the rectangle between the video clips and drop it there.
4. Save or convert
Select the output format you like, and save the project to video formats or DVD. Supports all popular formats.