How does someone convert PS1 games into something PSP can use?

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  1. blueoakleyz
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    How can a person use actual PS1 games that a person downloaded into a format the PSP can use?
     
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    Popstation GUI.
     
  3. Raiser

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    Honestly, this is one of those things that one can just Google.
    Google something like "psx to psp" and I'm sure you'll find your answer.
     
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    It's easier/more accurate to ask people. Up to date and not.

    What is the most up to date program to use?

    How long does it usually take to convert a game?
     
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    use icetea 1.3, it doesn't take long to convert, like a minute on my machine depending on the original size of the game it could be a little longer or a little less.
     
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    Nice, TY

    Is there a way to make icons and stuff?
     
  8. Raiser

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    Yes, you can use a program like Photoshop to make the icons and pictures for the EBOOT.
    You'll want a program called PopstationGUI.

    Icons for the game need these requirements:
    .PNG file format
    144 x 80
    32-bit color

    The background image for the highlighted EBOOT:
    .PNG file format
    480 x 272
    8/32-bit color

    If you already have the EBOOT, just open it in PopstationGUI, load up the pictures, and click "Go..."
    You may need to create another save directory.

    Have fun. [​IMG]
     

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