Video clip, etc..

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Jan 11, 2010

Video clip, etc.. by lukands at 7:24 PM (897 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. lukands
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    Member lukands I took the little bus here

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    Is it MPEG-4 format?
    I`m using a program to convert, simple to use just click the litttle psp icon and it does its magic.
    I put the file into the folder named video
    It shows on the menu but it keeps giving the message "this video cannot be played"
    I`m I doing something wrong
     
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    Download Super Converter and use its PSP mode.
     
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    The videos have to be put in here

    E:\MP_ROOT\100MNV01

    replace e with the drive of your PSP.
     
  4. lukands
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    Member lukands I took the little bus here

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    Tried this also, I can`t locate the video from the PSP menu (do I look under Video, Memory Stick)

    Super Converter - Looks nice, Thanks

    Is this the proper file type...... MPEG-4 Movie (.mp4)

    Maybe the program I used didn`t convert it properly?
     
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    iunno if it matters... but will just say it.

    I own a PSP 3000 atm. It is currently at the latest OFW [6.20].

    The video format it uses is MPEG-4 Movie (.mp4) so yeah, it's that format. Then on your Memory Stick, you locate the root of the Memory Stick. You create a folder that is named "VIDEO". Then you just drag and drop all the files into that folder.

    It will look like this if you were to show where it goes:

    E:\VIDEO
    ^Then all the videos go into there. For me, it is the same thing for music.

    E:\MUSIC
    ^ that's where I put all my music in their MP3 format.
     
  6. lukands
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    Member lukands I took the little bus here

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    Yeah thats the first thing I tried, didn`t work.
    It will show the little icon and video name on the PSP menu but will not load/play

    Yes I did the Music the same way, no problem.

    I guess I will play around some more?
     
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    Member Splych GBAtemp's Lurker

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    Maybe the size of the video is incorrect? My converter re-sizes the video to 320x240 [which is not fullscreen] or 368x208 [which is fullscreen]. I can choose which ever size I want.

    If you are wondering what converter I use, I use the "FLV to AVI MPEG WMV 3GP MP4 iPod Converter" by Aone Software. It may not be the flashiest converter out there, but it does the job the best for me.
     
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    I use handbrake.
     
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    OFW sucks for video playing
    sony limits the resolution (about 2/3 of the maximum) and the bitrate (don't know specifics)
    sony wants you to buy UMDs not convert your dvds [​IMG]
     

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