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    iOrgSoft PSP Video Converter is a versatile software for you convert your favorite videos to PSP, the input video format consists of avi, wmv, flv, 3gp, 3gp2, asf, mov, mpeg2, vob, h264, mp4. It provides you with powerful functions such as previewing, video trimming, video manager and so forth. All conversion processes are easy and smooth!



    Step one: Add Video File
    Click Play in the main menu to enter the play window. Click the add icon, the program will let you browse your hard disc. Select the format and then add the file you want to convert. Click open button.



    Step Two: Video Trimming
    Click Trim in the main menu to enter the trim window. Click the start icon to open movie trimming window and do as follows to capture a clip from the selected file:
    Preview video: Preview the selected video file in the preview window and estimate what part of the movie you want to convert.
    Set start time: You can set starting time by clicking the up and down button in the Set Start Time box and click OK. Remember that you can just change the time where the cursor is. Or you could click the first icon under the preview window and the start time will be shown in the Set Start Time box automatically.
    Set end time: You can set ending time by clicking the up and down button in the Set End Time box and click OK. Remember that you can just change the time where the cursor is. Or you could click the second icon under the preview window and the end time will be shown in the Set End Time box automatically.
    After you set the end time, the length of the captured clip will be shown in the selected length box for your reference.



    Step Three: Custom Settings
    Click 'convert' button in the main menu to come to the convert window, set video and audio parameters.
    The video settings includes resolutions, frame rate, encoder and bit rate, and audio settings consists of sample rate, channel, encoder, bit rate and volume.
    resolutions-368*208, 240*160, 320*240.
    Frame rate-29.97fps, 14,98fps.
    Encoder-Xvid.
    Bit rate-256kbs, 384kbs, 512kbs, 640kbs, 768kbs, 900kbs, 1500kbs.
    Sample rate-22050Hz, 32000Hz, 44100Hz, 48000Hz.
    Channel-1 Channel Mono, 2 Channels Stereo.
    Encoder-AAC.
    Bit rate-64kbs, 96kbs, 128kbs, 160kbs.
    Volume-50%, 100%, 200%.



    Step Four: Video Convert
    When you finish all the necessary settings, you can click the 'Convert' icon at the bottom of the window to start converting the file. Click the Stop button to cancel the process as required. You can view the conversion progress from the conversion progress bar.
    Tip one: Video Capture
    When your video is playing, you can capture the excellent pictures by using the camera function. Then save your favorite video pictures on your computer as jpeg file.
    Tip two: Video Manager
    Enter the manager window. Click the Select Output Directory button to open the local video folder. Click Refresh Video Files. The converted file(s) will be found in the left forms. You can select your desired videos and transform them to your PSP. iOrgSoft PSP Video Converter also makes it possible for you to transform videos from your PSP to your computer.

    iOrgSoft PSP Video Converter


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    How long does it take to convert a file?

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    Hey anyone members here can tell me what video converter is good for PSPs. PSP Video 9 SUCKS ASS since when converting it lags my computer like hell.


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    Hmm.. i think PSPVC is better... PSPVC v. 2.81 xDDDD
    :o:o

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony5607
    Hey anyone members here can tell me what video converter is good for PSPs. PSP Video 9 SUCKS ASS since when converting it lags my computer like hell.
    PSPVideo9 used to be good. Until they realized they weren't making any money, so they shoved a whole bunch of ads all over their program and locked it to where it won't be able to load unless you're connected to the internet. Use xVid4PSP.

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    Another vote here for PSPvc since its free and does full screen encodes with the setting left as defualt and I just noticed on the OP post that iOrgSoft program doesn't seem to support 480x272(full screen resolutions).

    When doing conversions the processing power you have plays a big factor into how long it will take.

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