"Video was shot on a JVC HDD Camera, and I was able to get the .MOD files off the camera and dropped them into a folder on my scratch drive. But when I try to import MOD files to Final Cut Pro, it refused. Anybody now how can I transfer the MOD videos to Final Cut Pro."
When you got MOD files and need to edit in Final Cut Pro, you may probably have problems when importing MOD videos to Final Cut Pro, MOD is commonly shot by digital camcorders like JVC, Canon or Panasonic, a video format which can not be transferred to Final Cut Pro directly.
To edit MOD files in Final Cut Pro, it is advised to convert MOD to Final Cut Pro compatible MOV or MP4 files. Then, you need a Video Converter for Mac to help you do the task.
MOD to Final Cut Pro Converter arrives at the same time, it is powerful enough for you to fast convert MOD files from JVC, Canon or Panasonic to Final Cut Pro natively accepted MOV or MP4 files. Besides, it is also able to convert MOD to other video files like AVI, WMV, MPG, FLV, MKV, 3GP etc
Guides on how to convert MOD for Final Cut Pro
Step 1: Import MOD files
Click "Add Video" to import your desired MOD files into MPG to Final Cut Pro Converter.
Step 2: Select output format
Click the drop-down list of "Profile" and choose "Final Cut Pro" >> "Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)".
Step 3: Convert MOD videos to Final Cut Pro
Click "Convert" to start converting MOD video to Apple ProRes 422 MOV video for free MOD video editing in Final Cut Pro.