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Topic # 180558 13-Sep-2015 18:20
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I borrowed a JVC video camera to record a special occasion and unknown to me at the time, JVC outputs the media files as MOV/.tod files.

I want to convert them to AVI/MP4 or similar so I can burn them to a disc.

I've come across several 'free' converters they only allow me to output like 3 minutes of footage for 'free'. I have 3 files, each around 15 mins and 3 gig.

Can anyone recommend a solution?



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  Reply # 1386799 13-Sep-2015 18:45
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guessing handbrake should do it




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  Reply # 1431992 20-Nov-2015 21:58
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Super video converter is good and free.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1431995 20-Nov-2015 22:18
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VLC does almost every format. Virtualdub might also handle it.





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