Convert MOD to MP4

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Convert your file from Camcorder Recorded Video (Modul) File to MPEG-4 Video Stream with this MOD to MP4 converter.

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Try the MP4 conversion with a MOD test file

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MOD to MP4 conversion with our MOD example file.

MOD, Camcorder Recorded Video (Modul) File (.mod)

MOD files are used and were created by Panasonic and JVC for digital video recording with tapeless camcorders. Both Panasonic and Canon use MOD, while Panasonic can use MOD and TOD. Despite the wide use, neither MOD nor TOD have long-form names — the file names are basically meaningless. MOD data is recorded onto a hard disk or SD card. This format can be compared to MPEG2, XDCAM EX, HDV, and...
What is MOD

MP4, MPEG-4 Video Stream (.mp4)

MPEG-4 Part 14 files (MP4) are capable of storing multimedia such as audio, video, and subtitles. This file type is commonly used by Apple and other producers of mobile products which allow audio, still images, or video. This includes but is not limited to: audio books, songs, movies, videos, photos, and podcasts. MPEG-4 is the format often used in online streaming of videos. Many MP3 players...
What is MP4