MOD and TOD are informal names of tapeless video formats used by JVC (MOD and TOD), Panasonic (MOD only) and Canon (MOD only) in some models of digital camcorders. Format names correspond to extensions of video files. Neither JVC nor Panasonic, who pioneered the format, the explained meaning of the file extensions, and the formats were never given an official name. Some think that TOD stands for "Transport stream on disc". MOD is used exclusively for standard definition video files, while TOD is used for high definition files. The first camcorders that used MOD format appeared in 2003. JVC introduced the Everio GZ-MG30 which recorded directly to an internal hard disk drive. Panasonic unveiled the SDR-S100 which recorded to SD cards. The encoding scheme, data rate, frame rate and frame size closely matched parameters of DVD-video.
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