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Old 2006-01-04, 16:27   Link #1
Spectral
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Playing video (i.e. anime) on the PSP

Yeah I am not sure if this should be put in this section or if it has been asked, I just got PSP and I wanted to know how to put anime on the PSP memory stick, could someone provide a tutorial on how to do it? I would greatly appreciate any help.
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Old 2006-01-04, 16:52   Link #2
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1) Please pick descriptive thread titles. "Could someone help" doesn't tell ANYTHING what you're thread is about

2) Try http://www.pspvideo9.com/

I don't have a PSP though, so this is as far as I can help you...
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Old 2006-01-04, 17:00   Link #3
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the anime needs to be converted to mp4 format then conect your psp to your psp via a usb cable (a digi cam usb cable will work fine) then on your psp go to setting and scroll up to usb conection and press x

a box should pop up on your pc click on the folder then make a new folder in it called MOVIES and place your anime there (making sure you have enough memory on your psp card for the content u want on it)

and viola !?!
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Old 2006-01-04, 17:49   Link #4
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Hey sorry I'll remember next time, thanks alot Drake for the help
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Old 2006-01-06, 18:08   Link #5
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I've been using 3pg converter, pretty simple program and works good with .avi files.
These are the steps I follow:
Convert the file
Plug the usb cable from your PC to PSP
Goto your removable drive(PSP)
Copy/move the converted file into "MemStick:\PSP\MP_ROOT\100MNV01\"
Disconnect the usb cable and the movie should be under the movies category in the PSP.

Note that in order for the PSP to detect the file, you'll need to rename your file to "M4V*****.MP4" replace the "*" with any numbers, example, "M4V12345.MP4".
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Old 2006-01-07, 04:36   Link #6
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don't forget that:

- you'll need a version a quicktime intalled (not quicktime alternative)
- pspvideo9 encodes the video directly into the 16/9 format of the psp, not 3gp (usefull for 4/3 video files)
- 3gpconverter is faster than pspvideo9
- 768kbit/s is way enough for many videos, if you want to save some space
- both applications rename the files correctly so that the psp recognizes them. but the original name of the video will appear on the psp
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Old 2006-01-07, 12:30   Link #7
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Yea, I've heard good stuff about PSP9 too, there's also a new program similar to PSP9 which is jMEmc which I've yet to try. I will try them later mainly cuz I'm to lazy to goto my PC and connect my PSP to my computer but jMEmc looks promising.
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Old 2006-03-26, 09:19   Link #8
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video playback on the psp

first and foremost, i absolutely hate technical stuff ..
secondly, i've got a nice psp lying around with a 1gig mem stick..
so i try different forums to get me around putting an mpeg-4 file into my psp and getting it to be recognised..which i did..eventually
now, putting photos is easy, and i love it. music as well..but videos..now that's just cruel.
i use isquint for the mac, and it is pretty customizable.
so please lend a hand for dear old me, tell me what bitrate i should use, no. of frames per second, and every intricate detail i would need in order to change the "unsupported file" into a supported file by the psp.
and i thought all mpeg-4s are the same.
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Old 2006-03-26, 13:01   Link #9
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Try ffmpegX, i think there is a guide on their homepage as well,
explaining how to convert files into psp usable mp4.
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Old 2006-03-26, 13:47   Link #10
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An explanation of the difference between at least some of the different MPEG4 parts can be found here: http://forums.animesuki.com/showpost...0&postcount=21

A more detailed (and technical) explanation can be found at this wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MPEG-4
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Old 2006-03-26, 16:01   Link #11
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Since you seem to be on a Mac, you should probably check out something like PSPWare or iPSP, both of which are available for OS X. ffmpegX sounds like it's just an OS X port of ffmpeg, in which case it's probably inscrutable and command-line-based, which is probably not what you want.
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Old 2006-03-26, 21:31   Link #12
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Originally Posted by Danj
Since you seem to be on a Mac, you should probably check out something like PSPWare or iPSP, both of which are available for OS X. ffmpegX sounds like it's just an OS X port of ffmpeg, in which case it's probably inscrutable and command-line-based, which is probably not what you want.
*sighs* i'd have to pay for that,
i think i'd go for the technical stuff now..
i've tried some, but to no avail, where am i going wrong?
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Old 2006-03-27, 04:57   Link #13
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Originally Posted by 1.0.7.
*sighs* i'd have to pay for that,
i think i'd go for the technical stuff now..
i've tried some, but to no avail, where am i going wrong?
You're not "going wrong" as such, it's just that the PSP requires movie files to a) be in a specific filename format and b) to have some custom "atoms" added to the mp4 file which regular programs like Quicktime Pro cannot do. Unfortunately the vast majority of free PSP-format movie converters seem to be for Windows.
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Old 2006-03-27, 06:36   Link #14
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FFmpegx is just a gui for mencoder/mplayer,
which means you need the binaries for mencoder/mplayer,
just read the stuff on their site.
However the gui is a shareware, but other than the
reminder screen i think it is fully useable.
Just tru it out and follow the guides on their site.
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Old 2006-03-27, 18:42   Link #15
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got it done finally!
i'm using pspware for the moment, and i haven't registered.
at least the developers was sensible enough to just limit transfers in the unregistered version and not have a trial period (i think so anyway)
besides, it doesn't matter that i can only transfer 5 movies at a time, 1 movie takes about an hour to convert anyway
thanks guys
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Old 2006-03-28, 08:48   Link #16
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New version of ffmpegX has the "Use PSP atoms" and an easy PSP H.264 preset that will create PSP compatible files every time, btw. You might look into it. It's version 0.0.9v.
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Old 2006-04-18, 04:38   Link #17
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Converting to PSP

Just got a PSP for my B-day and I was wondering how would I go about converting the anime we dowload so I can watch them on my PSP?

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Old 2006-04-18, 07:03   Link #18
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You could use a software called PSP9. Its here: http://www.pspvideo9.com/
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Old 2006-04-18, 07:12   Link #19
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Here is another site that you could find useful (page doesn’t load sometimes, just keep reload it until it does):
http://hardware.gamespot.com/Story-ST-11721-1725-x-x-x
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Old 2006-04-19, 14:27   Link #20
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mr.muffin
You could use a software called PSP9. Its here: http://www.pspvideo9.com/
Even though I don't have a PSP, I can automatically suggest you try using that program (just from looking at it; intuition)

OR

Nero rencode also supports PSP conversion.
here's a tutorial:
http://www.animeyume.org/tutorials.php?id=14
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