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Will Creator 2010 recognize .MOD (modified mpeg2)


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I have a canon FS100 which has video files that are .MOD files which I think are a modified mpeg2 format that canon uses. Will Creator 2010 recognize these files. I don't want to have to use a separate program to change the files. I want to purchase the right creator that will do this.

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I have a canon FS100 which has video files that are .MOD files which I think are a modified mpeg2 format that canon uses. Will Creator 2010 recognize these files. I don't want to have to use a separate program to change the files. I want to purchase the right creator that will do this.

 

Did you read your original thread? Please donot double post.

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Did you read your original thread? Please donot double post.

 

This is not a double post. You stated that I should consider Creator 2010 but did not say if it would recognize the files, so I'm asking the question in Creator 2010 thread. If you new the answer you should have said that it will or it won't, then there would have been no need for me to ask someone in a different creator.

 

Lighten up =-)

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This is not a double post. You stated that I should consider Creator 2010 but did not say if it would recognize the files, so I'm asking the question in Creator 2010 thread. If you new the answer you should have said that it will or it won't, then there would have been no need for me to ask someone in a different creator.

 

Lighten up =-)

 

I see the difference, you were aksing about a different Roxio product.

 

If you need more confirmation, then search this forum for "Mod" files. They may need to be renamed to mpg2 files using Windows. You would have to set Windows to NOT hide known file types.

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This is not a double post. You stated that I should consider Creator 2010 but did not say if it would recognize the files, so I'm asking the question in Creator 2010 thread. If you new the answer you should have said that it will or it won't, then there would have been no need for me to ask someone in a different creator.

 

Lighten up =-)

 

Aah my bad. Thought the suggested product answered the query.

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I think my best answer is that I need to change the files to some thing that Creator 2010 will recognize like a quicktime file. I found a product called iorgsoftMod converter that should do the trick.

 

Thanks for the help.

 

Check this out. JVC, Canon and Panasonic share the same format standards.

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I think my best answer is that I need to change the files to some thing that Creator 2010 will recognize like a quicktime file. I found a product called iorgsoftMod converter that should do the trick.

 

Thanks for the help.

 

did you ever get a good answer? I have the same problem. It is crazy to buy a new camcorder and have to convert the file before it can be used in the program. Isn't there a program out there that has this format supported MOD???

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did you ever get a good answer? I have the same problem. It is crazy to buy a new camcorder and have to convert the file before it can be used in the program. Isn't there a program out there that has this format supported MOD???

 

 

What part of his post did you not read? He/she solved their problem.

 

And, you have EMC 10, not Creator 2010. They are two different versions of the software, and Creator 2010 lists MOD files as files that the software will/should accept.

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it does - read Gary's post above yours

 

But according to the System requirements, .MOD files are not mentioned. Here is an article on system requirements for Creator 2010:

 

System Requirements for Creator 2010, Knowledgebase Article : 000232CR

 

Does not mention anything about that file format....

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But according to the System requirements, .MOD files are not mentioned. Here is an article on system requirements for Creator 2010:

 

System Requirements for Creator 2010, Knowledgebase Article : 000232CR

 

Does not mention anything about that file format....

What part of YES are you having trouble with? :lol:

 

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