PSP Video 9

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  1. Forestred

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    Hi Guys,

    Does anyone have the set-up file for PSPVideo9 as each time I download it, it say corrupt installer :-(

    Is PSPVideo9 still the best converter to use, I had been using VideoraPMP because I was running f/w 1.5 and Jonny's PMPmod but since I have changed to M33 custom firmware I can't use PMPmod as it is 1.5f/w only?

    Any help gratefully recieved.

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  2. Scotty

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    I never did got on with PSPVideo9 so I’ve been using this, Xvid4PSP, available here http://www.winnydows.com/page.php?2
    Its free and produces very good quality videos not just for the PSP but PS3, Xbox360, Ipod and so on, its worth a go
     
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    I'd go with Ripbot264 if I were you...

    PSP Video 9 is a load of botchy amateur tosh (no offense just a relative comparison) It was good in its day....which was around 2-3 years ago but its a joke now.

    Just try that Ripbot264 program its bloody fantastic, produces results as good as the PSP can handle without any messing around at least.

    Simpler to use than nero recode :)
     
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    Hi guys

    I've got a bit of a problem where I need a decent DVD-MPEG4 converter PDQ! I am going skiing on Saturday and need to convert some DVD's pretty quick. I have a PSP and a Sony Walkman NWZA818 which both take the same formated file (MPEG4).

    I have been using Nero Recode and have found it to be the best bit of software that I have found, but its 30 day trial has now expired.

    I have tried the above http://www.winnydows.com/page.php?2[/url] and its stated that i "Do Not Have Permission" to download. I have also tried Ribot264 but this needs another bit of software (FFNshow or something) which I have also downloaded and Ribot does not recognize the FFNshow software.

    Now, I thought Nero was fantastic, is there anyway that I can get round this 30 day trial or do I have to pay the full whack? If not can you help :lease:

    Cheers ;)
     
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    I've seen PSP Video 9 derided left right and centre for it's unreliability, and most people i've seen discussing this do indeed recommend Xvid4PSP 4.1.1.5. However if you're in need of an alternative you could always try Sony's Official PSP Media Manager (given away free to the Japanese consumers!). Installation itself is in Japanese but it runs in English.
     
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    Great thanks for that. But it has now said that it is an Unknown File Type and has asked me what I would like to open the file with (choose from list) :suicide:

    Why arent these things straight forward! All I want to do is copy films onto my PSP/Walkman!
     
  8. Scotty

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    did you install the klite codec pack as suggested on here http://www.winnydows.com/page.php?2
     
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    Done that. Still no good. Still doesnt recognise a program to open it with! Any more ideas?
     
  10. Scotty

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    sorry what doesn't recognise a program to open it with?
     
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    3 GP converter gives me perfect avi to AVC psp everytime
    and is basic drag and drop + batch files
     
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    Ripbot264 is where its at for the best quality possible that the PSP supports. None of the other programs use all the features of the h264 codec that the PSP supports...

    goto http://www.doom9.org forums in the MPEG4 AVC GUI forum...

    Its also the best for the Xbox 360 and PS3 (only 2 channel though for the 360 as its h264)
     
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    I have downloaded from the link you pasted at first and it's now on my hard drive as 15728_XviD4PSP_5028_full. It's 15.9MB and as an .exe is looking for another program to open it. The icon is a white piece of paper with a windows screen in the middle. When you go to the Properties of the file, it states 'Type Of File: File'.
     
  14. Scotty

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    Looks like the download link doesn't have a file extension (.exe) so just rename the file to someting like xvid4psp.exe and try running it agian
     
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    Hi Scotty, I have been trying to use this program but when I transfer the MP4 to my PSP is says unsupported data (or words to that effect), any ideas what may be causing this?

    I am right in thinking that this program encodes in AVC (as it says) and therefore the files must go in MP_ROOT -> 100ANV01 -> M4V00001.mp4

    Can you see anything wrong?

    Thanks in advance
    FR
     
  16. Scotty

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    put them in a Video folder on the root of the memory stick.
    e.g.

    E:\VIDEO\Casino Royale.mp4
     

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