How to put subtitles working in movie in psp

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  1. kazekun
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    kazekun GBAtemp Regular

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    Hum, i have no idea how to put subtitles to work in movies i took out of my pc, in my psp, can anyone shed some light ?
     
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    PSP can't natively run sub files with videos. You need to hardcode the subs with a video editing/converting program to create one video with them.

    For example -- you have the Haruhi Suzumiya movie. BUT OH NOES it's a raw copy! You can't understand it!

    Go find the .ass (or whatever type of subs) file, and hardcode it with your favorite program. the resulting file has to be a MP4.
     
  3. kazekun
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    kazekun GBAtemp Regular

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    oki i get it, and, and what extensions does the psp read? avi and mp4 only ?
     
  4. prowler

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    IIRC, yes.
    They both have to be encoded a certain way for it to work though.
    If you can find a download site that does do PSP video downloads, then you don't need to do the dirty work yourself.
     
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    handbrake is a good free program for that kind of stuff. I used this program to convert, it works pretty well for simple subs, but if you get those complicated subs where it places subs other than the bottom of the screen it screws up

    http://download.cnet.com/Freemake-Video-Co...tml?tag=mncol;6
     
  6. mrgone

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    the PSP supports only MP4, no AVI, IIRC
    there is a homebrew videoplayer app, that can play avis, but only certain ones with a distinct resolution
     
  7. prowler

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    No, AVI can play fine without the need for homebrew.
    (see: Dissidia replays)