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Old 2008-10-18, 09:38   Link #1
orangpelupa
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Question will 120fps avi broken my PS2?

hi

is its true that 120fps broken hardware player?

i always play using my PS2, im afraid it will damage my ps2
my friend told me so.

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Old 2008-10-19, 13:26   Link #2
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where'd you get a movie that has 120fps? Isn't the standard for videos 30 or 60 fps? Anime barely go above 30 fps.
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Old 2008-10-19, 13:55   Link #3
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He probably has a raw and 120fps is usually a 24/30fps VFR encode with dropped frames. Some anime are not 24fps throughout and have certain scenes or credits in 30fps.

Sorry orangpelupa, I don't know the answer to your question. Since the PS2 can't play avi by default, I assume that means you have a modded PS2? Or did you mistakenly mean PS3?
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Old 2008-10-20, 02:51   Link #4
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yeah, its RAW avi xvid video in 120fps.

i use my PS2 to play it using SMS (simple mediaplayer system). an homebrew application to play many media on PS2.

my PS2 play it with no frame drop at all.

but what my friend told me about playing 120fps make me afraid whether it will damage my PS2 or not.

My ps2 dvd lens is dead, so i mainly use my ps2 as network multimedia player. it access my animes stored on my pc.


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Old 2008-10-21, 12:50   Link #5
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It may or may not play properly but it most definitely won't damage the PS2.
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Old 2008-10-21, 14:30   Link #6
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I don't think the ps2 supports video playback with the exception of dvd-5 and some dvd-9.
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Old 2008-10-22, 02:06   Link #7
orangpelupa
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@TheFluff

Thanks.

btw it play perfectly on my PS2.

no droped frames
no late frames
no tearing
no A/v sync problem

so im no need to worry now about it damaging my ps2.
thanks

@shadow Minato
Just install SMS, its an freeware homebrew appiclation.
you can copy it to flash disk or PS2 memoryCard.

then voila, your PS2 become Network multimedia player.
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