Hi all, relatively new to Apple, and I haven't used it for much video work. I'm learning slowly but surely, of course 30 years in non-Apple environments can make that process trying at times . Anyway, I'm trying to import a bunch of raw video data from my PC to my 2011 2.7 i5 iMac. These vids were recorded on a ~4 year old Panasonic SDR-H200, and I copied the MOD files directly to my PC HD. I simply copied these files directly to my iMac HD. So I picked up iVl to help with the conversion from MOD, which it does fairly quickly, and dumps them into iTunes. However, I find that all of these HD vids (16:9 NTSC) are coming out in 4:3 format, resulting in that vertically stretched look. I'm not sure where the change happened, at the videocam, PC, iVl, or iTunes point in this conversion, but I'm scratching my head here trying to find a solution, and get these vids back into proper widescreen format. FWIW, all there is also an MOI file that goes along with each MOD file, if that means anything. I know I was able to view the files in 16:9 on the PC. Any ideas? Sorry if this has been answered before, I've been through quite a few aspect ratio threads, but still haven't hit the right answer yet. Any help is appreciated!