This, unfortunately, seems to be the nature of JVC's MOD files. They often don't display correctly.
To remedy this, right-click on the clips in the Project panel and select Interpret Footage and set it for Widescreen.
Meantime, you don't say which version of the program you're using, but later versions of the program have a project setting specifically for working with JVC-GZ files. For best results, make sure you've selected that preset when creating your project.
I try use Adobe premiere elements 9 ... , but I do not find this option ...
It's there. Just right-click on the clip in your Project panel and you'll see Interpret Footage.
Can you exactly describe what you're doing and what you're not seeing?
thank you I find it and it is work ? Can I one questation ? What is difference betwen interlaced a progresive ? which is better ?
Interlaced is two scan fields for one Frame, where Progressive is one scan per frame. Computers are Progressive, and so are BD's. DVD's are Interlaced, as they were designed for TV's that were Interlaced.