AVI Player

Discussion in 'PS Vita - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Dotmore, May 11, 2012.

  1. Dotmore
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    Does it exist? Tried PMP, it came with 2 folders, PMP and PMP%. Copied both in PSP>Game, but doesn't work.
     
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    convert video,

    on the vita
    to a vita formated mp4 and watch it, watch it like a normal video

    on the psp
    to a psp formated mp4 and watch it, watch it like a normal video
     
  3. Dotmore
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    It appears i have posted this in the wrong section. Its about the regular psp.

    Ain't there a player so that i don't have to convert my many videos?
     
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    That's a really old version of PMP. You want a version for 5.x or 6.x CFW, it'll come as just one folder.
     
  5. Dotmore
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    Could you provide me the latest version?
     
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    http://dl.qj.net/psp/homebrew-applications/pmplayer-advance-v315.html

    I think that's the latest.
     
  7. Dotmore
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    It says init fail, press X to exit...

    edit: tried a other version, it worked. BUt it does not play AVI.
     
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    The container format (AVI/MPG/MP4/MOV) is only part of the video's type.

    • Container
      • Video Codec
        • Resolution
        • FPS
        • Bitrate
      • Audio Codec
        • Channels
        • Sampling Frequency
        • Bitrate

    If any of those parts is "out of bounds" for a specific player, then the video file won't play on the player (or will play with a lot of issues if you try to use it in a video editor), even if it's of the correct container type. When you use a converter for a specific platform (such as for the PSP or DS or ipod) or to a specific format, it doesn't convert just the container, it formats every part of the video to certain specifications so it'll play properly, which is partially why it takes so long to convert.

    So PMP can play some AVI files fine, and others it can't.
     
  9. Dotmore
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    Oh Alrighty then. I'll just convert my files to Mpeg4.

    Found PSP Video 9 to be quite good..