Handy software to edit MOD videos from JVC, Panasonic or Canon cameras.
You are wondering why your Mac can't recognise videos from your JVC, Panasonic or Canon cameras? Because these videos are MOD formats. MOD video files are nothing but MPEG-2 files with AC3 audio. This format is used on many digital camcorders, such as the JVC Everio, the Canon FS100 and the Panasonic D-Snap SD-card camcorders.
After shooting videos with your camcorders, how to import these MOD videos to your Mac and edit? When you try to playback, the MOD videos looks terrible with distorted images or squized screen owing to wrong aspect ratio.
With this Mac MOD cropper, you don't have to worry any more. This is a powerful and handy software which allows you to playback and edit MOD videos. Whether you are a technical or non-technical user, you are able to get familiar with this Mac MOD cropper in seconds. You can adjust the aspect ratio to fit your screen or crop out the unwanted area. Furthermore, you can convert MOD formats to other popular video formats such as MPG, AVI etc. You can also split a video to several segments or join several into a complete one.
How to crop MOD videos step by step?
Download and run the Mac MOD cropper.
Load the MOD files.
Click Add Files button to load the files you need.
Crop MOD files
In the crop area next to the preview window, you can set the 4 values in the frame ot crop or you can drag the dashed line to crop as you like.
Set the aspect ratio.
In the botom of the window, there is the Zoom area, where you can select aspect ratio in the drop down menu.
Click Start button to start cropping. The process will be finished in a short time.