How to import JVC Everio/Panasonic/Canon FS MOD to Adobe After Effects CS3/CS4/CS5?

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Published: 12th August 2010
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CreativeCow: Hi, I recently got a JVC Everio GZ-MG27E HDD Camcorder and it's great, but when I try to import the movie files (.MOD extension), After Effects says the file type is not supported.Renaming the files to .mpg won't work either.Premiere Pro allows me to import the files, but I need to edit them in After Effects and if I render them as .avi files in premiere, it looks terrible.

MOD to Adobe After Effects(http://www.modvideoconverter.net/mod-to-adobe-after-effects.htm) is the terrific application specially designed for importing MOD to Adobe After Effects. It supports to convert JVC Everio/Panasonic/Canon FS captured MOD format to Adobe After Effects CS3/CS4/CS5 and Adobe Premiere Pro recognizable MP4, MOV, MPEG, DV, M4V, AVI, WMV, FLV, WMA formats without any loss of quality.

How to import JVC Everio/Panasonic/Canon FS MOD to Adobe After Effects CS3/CS4/CS5?

1.Download MOD to Adobe After Effects for free, install and run it on your computer.

2.Add MOD files.
Click "Add Video" on the top left main interface to import the MOD files from your camcorder to the application.

3.Define output file format.
Specify Adobe After Effects supported MP4, MOV, MPEG, AVI, WMV, FLV, etc as the output format from the profile drop-down menu.

4.Join/Merge separate MOD files.
Check "join-mod-video-clips.jpg" to join/combine your separate video clips/segments into one single file.

5.Import MOD to Adobe After Effects.
Click "Start" to carry out the conversion to import and edit MOD with Adobe After Effects CS3/CS4/CS5.

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