Leawo Video Converter can help you convert MOD video to various commonly seen formats in only three steps. If you want to save the MOD video on your hard disk or share on the internet, it is recommended that you convert the MOD video to MKV format. This guide will take you no more than one minute to grip on the usage of the program. If you want to know more about other features like video edit, please visit Leawo Video Converter's product page.
To start this MOD to MKV guide, it is better to install the latest release of Leawo Video Converter.
Import MOD video files
Start Leawo Video Converter, click "Add Video" to import MOD video files. You can rename the output name for video files. If you want to take a view at the videos, try double clicking on a selected file so as to preview it.
Specialize the output parameters
Slide your mouse down to the Profile dropdown box, click it to select output format. As you would like to convert the MOD video files to MKV format, choose MKV profile from "Common Video" profile category.
Start MOD to MKV conversion
Check the video list and make sure you have specified MKV profile to all of the video files, then click Convert button on the lower right corner to start converting MOD to MKV format. After you start the conversion, you can keep an eye on the progress of conversion or set auto shutdown from the window.
When the MOD to MKV conversion is completed, you can share and enjoy the high definition videos with your friends easily.
MOD file format is used by various digital camcorder models (i.e. JVC Everio) to save their videos. Panasonic and Canon also have several camcorder models recording MOD videos. These MOD files are often accompanied with small MOI files, which contain the videos' time-stamp information. It is a modified MPEG2 format.
MKV is the filename extension for Matroska Multimedia Container, an open-standard free container format. A Matroska file can hold a number of audio, video and subtitle streams, besides attachments like graphics and decoder filters all at the same time, thus allowing a complete movie to be stored in a single file.