If you have a TOD file camcorder with editing software or media player that does not support this format, you may need a TOD Converter. Read this post to learn how to convert TOD files to your required file types on a Mac or Windows machine with very good quality.
Needed a TOD Converter to convert .TOD files from an old JVC camera
“Hi all, I’ve recorded tons of video files with my father’s JVC camera. It’s an old camera that uses .TOD file format. The problem is that I can’t get the files to play on the computer. Changing the file extension to .mpg does not work. Can anyone suggest a workable TOD converter to me please? Thanks for any advice.”
This is a problem often with JVC cameras (TOD). With HD Video Converter installed, you can easily convert them to your needed file formats with best quality. Here’s how.
How to transcode TOD files on Mac/Windows?
Follow these steps: (We run Mac version for instance, the Windows version goes the same steps.)
- Click ‘Add File’ to import TOD media files.
- Click ‘Profile’ menu to choose output format.
- If necessary, click ‘Settings’ button to custom video and audio settings.
- When ready, click ‘Convert’ to start format conversion.
- When conversion is complete, click ‘Open Folder’ to get the converted files.
This TOD transcoder provides a wide variety of file types for users to choose from, ranging from editing formats (like AIC, ProRes, DNxHD, etc.) to playable formats (like MP4, MOV, etc.) optimized for popular devices, so you can convert TOD files to whatever format you need in simple steps with very good quality.
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