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How to Convert TOD Files in Windows (Windows 10)

Want to burn or convert TOD files to play on a home DVD player or portable media player? There are many programs available for you to choose from if you are looking for an easy-to-use TOD converter to transform TOD files to AVI, WMV, MP4, iPod, PSP, iPhone and other formats on both Mac and Windows computer.

What is TOD

This is a recording format used for digital tapeless camcorders. TOD and MOD are actually informal names of the tapeless video formats JVC (TOD & MOD) and Panasonic (only MOD) used in some of their digital camcorders. The format names match to the media file extensions. TOD format is similar to AVCHD, except that it cannot play directly on consumer video equipment. The media files have to be packaged in distribution formats such as Blue-ray or HD DVD Disc with authoring software.

Convert TOD Files to MP4, AVI, MOV and More

It is now common for people to enjoy their favorite videos on devices such as MP4 player, iPad, iPhone iPod, etc. Do you want to know how to watch TOD files which were recorded by Panasonic, JVC and Canon Digital Camcorder with a device like a MP4 player? If so, you might want to find out how to convert the TOD files.

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Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate is a great tool to use when you want to convert TOD to MP4, AVI, MPEG, WMV, or burn to DVD. This JVC TOD converter is the ultimate solution for converting videos with fast conversion speeds and the perfect quality. Not only does it functions as a video and audio converter tool, but also as an editor that you can use to trim, extract, crop, merge files, adjust effects, set output settings, and so on. With the help of the video converter tool, you can change TOD recorded files conveniently to different popular video formats in order to enjoy them on iPad, PSP, iPod, Blackberry, iPhone, and more or upload online for sharing.

The TOD video converter program also has other powerful functions, such as the capability for removing black bars from movies, flipping and rotating TOD videos to any side view, setting the movie video effects or applying special watermarks. As mentioned before, the video converter will allow you to apply the output video settings, which includes the bit rate, resolution, encoder and frame rate.

Step by step guidance on how to convert TOD files

Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate lets you convert any TOD files on Windows-based computer with ease. If you are using a Mac, just try Aimersoft TOD converter for Mac, which is fully compatible with Mac OS X (Mountain Lion and Mavericks).

1 Import TOD files

Launch the converter and click the Add Files button to import the TOD files that you want to convert. Another way to load files into the video converter is to drag-and-drop the files to the main window. Note that this converter is good at conducting batch conversion, so you can add multiple files at a time.

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2 Specify an output format

In the second step, you need to choose an output format. As you can see, common video/audio format, HD/3D video format, online video format and devices preset format are all available for your choice. Just select as per needs.

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3 One-click to start the conversion

Before starting the conversion, you can also make change to the video visual effects, like trimming the video, crop the display size, append artistic effects, and add watermarks/subtitles. If you prefer the original TOD video files, just directly click the Convert button to begin the conversion immediately. With this, you’ve go through all the conversion steps. It’s just that easy.

Get the Video Converter Ultimate because it is a powerful tool that can satisfy your needs to convert videos, edit videos, rip DVDs or remove DRM. It is safe to say that this TOD file converter will help you to just about anything, so download the program to give it a try!

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