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How to import MOD video file to windows movie maker (WMM)?

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MOD to windows movie maker converter is one of the most efficient converting program for your to convert MOD file to windows movie maker compatible format—WMV, AVI, MPG so that you could import MOD to windows movie maker for editing MOD with WMM without difficulty. People may encounter many problems about MOD and windows movie maker •1. I have an Everio JVC hard disk drive (meaning no tape needed) and the Windows movie maker says it doesn't support "The file F:\SD_VIDEO\PRG003\MOV0CD MOD is not a supported file type, and it cannot be imported into Windows Movie Make". •2. Hey I just got this video Camera with a hard driver build in, and it makes all the movie files in MOD files, but how do I convert them so I can put them into Windows Movie maker? •3. I have MOD video files on an sd card that I am trying to open and edit with windows movie maker. It shows the video but there is no sound from the files. Please help. The main reason for movie maker not being able to recognize MOD A MOD video file is used by some models of Panasonic, JVC, Canon and perhaps other camcorders and windows movie maker does not support MOD. That is why you are having problems. Windows movie maker is quite friendly to WMV, AVI and MPG format. MOD to windows movie maker converter is the best software to change MOD files extension for importing MOD to windows movie maker Ap

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