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    wuzzup is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    ive tried all kinds of things and it always says invalid format
    psp to dvd doesn't work can someone point me in the right direction.I had no problems with a ipod seems sony goes an extra mile to screw things up.


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    the file format has to be mp4

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    SirKillAlot is offline Senior Member -Hacks Hacker
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    why the hell would you wanna do this? psp to full resolution tv screen is not a good idea....

    just dl the dvds from torrent sites
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    i think he wants to put the dvd on the psp not psp to tv so your downsizing the picture so the quality will still be good

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    SirKillAlot is offline Senior Member -Hacks Hacker
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    I dunno psp to dvd... he's needs to clarify his question
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    iunno, i use the imtoo version of the dvd to psp converter..

    after u ripped it, converted it into .mp4 format , thats wen you can watch it on your psp, by placing it in the E:/MP_ROOT/100MNV01/ folder, and renaming it to M4V***** (*=any number)
    remember, it HAS TO BE in .mp4 format, unless u use some other loader as a video player...

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