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Which of these film programs do you recomend?

Discussion in 'PS Vita Forum' started by tony kop77, Sep 3, 2005.

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    None of them.

    Get www.pspvideo9.com

    It's free and works just as well and it's free.
     
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    Cool. But just look for tutorials for PSP Video 9. There are movie presets too (Movie 1-1.5h, 2-2.5h etc) which work well. It's a lot better than throwing away money.
     
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    there is a link to a guide in thread psp frequently asked questions. psp video 9 seems to be the best. its quite simple when you get the hang of it
     
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    for the love of god expend some effort and use psp video 9 which will give excellent results. just cos it's free doesn't mean it does a worse job, very much the opposite in fact.
     
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    I agree with Matt, all you need is Dvddecrypter and PSPvideo 9 to put films on your PSP. Spend some time with PsPvideo9, it takes 2 mins to set up and away you go!
     
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    I have dvd decrypter and pspvideo9. I use dvd decrypter to patch Winning eleven 9 (Pro EVo) . Do I need to do the same thing. Open decrypter choose mode ISO read only? I think I tried a while back to put a simpsons eposide off my dvd to my memory card but I did not know which file I needed to just put one eposide on.
     

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