Hardware ED (Enhanced Definition) PSP Video?

N7Kopper

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While it's well-known that the PSP works best with videos of 480x272 or less, it can also apparently play 640x480, 720x480, and 720x576 videos as detailed in this old guide.

I haven't had much luck getting this to work, and while the PSP is quite outdated by now, it never hurts to know exactly how much potential can be squeezed out of it. Does anyone have any good advice to making encodes that work?
 

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Didn't try much (I got an iPod 5G for media now, mainly since I don't have a working PSP out of the 3 I own lol), but (just like the iPod) it's probably "up to give or take native resolution for MPEG-4 part 10 (h264), up to give or take full standard resolution for MPEG-4 part 2 (Xvid, DivX, etc), either one with a profile/complexity limit you will likely hit before actual bitrate limits on a modern encoder" :)
 

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