April 14, 2010 in Multimedia (F)
[prMac.com] Mt Vernon, New York - Pavtube Studio, a professional and excellent software developer in audio and video area, launched the new version 1.8 for its flagship product - Pavtube MOD Converter for Mac which is designed to process these unreadable MOD files usually recorded by JVC, Panasonic and Sony camcorders on any Mac OS. This new version improved the performance in transcoding MOD to many other mainstream video formats including MOV, MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV, M4V, FLV with flawless quality to make MOD files playable on QuickTime and editable on iMovie, FCP, FCE, even acceptable by YouTube and all the social networking.
The exclusive VFW codec encoding technology which is a wonderful user experience offers all kinds of proper codecs that output file needs during conversion with its built-in codecs so that users can save time and money for extra codec and avoid the codec problem from now on. The further optimized audio-video synchronization technology is able to put an end to the issue of audio-video out of sync now. Besides, more HD video parameters are added to make generated file have a better performance.
This version still adopted new-designed profile list which is more intuitive and user-friendly, especially for newbies. It archives the media devices and softwares on the left with corresponding output formats on the right. Also it allows users to customize DIY profile list depending on their wish. Additionally, automatic shutdown function is added in this version.
Pricing and Availability:
Pavtube MOD Converter for Mac is only for $29 (USD). Besides, all the update is for free and the warm after-service is available at 24/7.
Pavtube Studio is a professional multimedia software provider for personal entertainment and public entertainment with the brilliant conversion and copy products which can convert DVDs and Videos to numerous video and audio formats for most popular portable devices such as iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, PSP, Xbox 360, PS3, WD TV and other video and audio players.