Back from Pigeon Forge and .MOD files

This past weekend I was up at Pigeon Forge for a young adult conference, and I had a blast (Except for the papers I had to right, not cool English class). I really wanted to a bungie-jump, but that didn’t work out.

While I was there, I helped to make 2 different videos to present at the conference. The cameras that I used both natively imported into a file called .MOD. It’s kind of an annoying file type, but this time it was especially annoying because all I had was iMovie. I had normally been able to import them directly into a Adobe Premiere on a desktop at my work, but I couldn’t access it remotely and it wasn’t on my Mac. Worse, iMovie couldn’t import .MOD without me turning it into another file while losing a lot of quality…or could I?

I did some digging around and found a way to import .MOD files directly into iMovie. And now I get to share it with y’all. Here is the video on how to do so.

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