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PSP Video 9 Error

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  1. Forestred

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    Guys,

    I am trying to learn how to use PSP Video 9 in advance of my PSP turning up and have started to experiment with encoding video files - however!, when encoding the file I get an error message when the second pass begins saying transcode cancelled - any idea what this means?

    Thanks

    Fr
     
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    Thanks, I will read through that and have a play about to see if I can track down the problem.
     
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    AAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH - Why am I finding this so difficult? I have followed the guidelines on the first two websites with no success, after consulting Google I found a site that said that the video file needs to be on your hard disc not on a CD - I tried this with better success but quick time will not play the file back! Quick time, as I understand it should play .MPEG4 files ok.

    Any ideas?

    Has anyone got a small rippd DVD file they can send me (i.e. a chapter) so I can try that, the only file I've even got close to working so far is one that I recorded with my digital camera (this is the one that quick time won't play but PSPVideo9 says has converted correctly).

    Please help before I go out of my mind on this!

    Regards

    FR
     
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    PSP Video 9 can be a bit buggy. Try uninstalling it and reinstalling.
     
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    Phew - I am getting closer now! I have converted and played back .MPeg4 using quicktime.

    The only problem with the output is that there is horrendous lip sync problems, is this the fault of PSPVideo9 or is it likely that my system is not up to the job?

    What kind of PC spec do you need for the conversion?

    I have the following:

    Windows XP
    Intel Celeron 1.0Ghz processor
    1.12Gb RAM

    Any suggestions gratefully received

    FR
     
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    Burn that Celeron for one thing. *shudders*

    The processor speed is weak, but that shouldn't have any impact on converting, albeit other than to slow it down a bit.
     
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    I can't afford to get rid of it just yet - not with buying my PSP, games, 1Gb Sandisc card etc.
     
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    also if your movie is not 29.97 fps, you will get sync errors/probs in PSP Video 9, you will need to convert the framerate to 29.97, pocketDivx is program that will let you

    If you are not setting it to the 29.97frames per second, this may be why your getting lip sync errors!
     
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    I set the conversion to 29.97fps but I have no idea what the source file is/was, I am a little suspicious that the file may be OK and my PC is not replaying it properly as my graphics card isn't up to much until the new one turns up.
     
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