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Thread: How do I convert regular .avi files to watch on my PSP?

  
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mask3d_Ninja View Post
    try it on the VIDEO folder inside the ISO folder, and in the VSH menu change the "video mount" or something like that
    he would need a umd video converted to ISO if I'm not mistaken, also PSPVC ftw.

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    Psp Video 9 should work fine. If your computer is slow, then it might take a while. --'

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    Quote Originally Posted by DemonIced View Post
    I tried Super, but it always seem to get my audio out of sync, when I try to encode and AVI I had... Anyone knows how to resolve this problem? And what would be the best settings?

    Currently downloading Allok and installing PSPvc.... I'll give news if they work better...

    Dude,I got the same problem as you,anyone know how to resolve this? help appreciated.

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    Video Mobile Converter is the best tool for converting video to PSP format, imo. I recommend you to try it

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    Use FormatFactory! It is free and simple to use.

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    just use a simple avi to psp converter and change the settings to high quality. Results are remarkable. I useTotal Video Converter 3.11 and works really great . . . you could try it . . .

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    i use sony vegas pro. found a nice patch for it. it has an option just for porting to psp and seems to me ANY vid format works on this program. you could just keep using the trial version and re-installing when the 3O days are up
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    Say, I downloaded a movie. The format was in .avi. Can I use ViVI MP4 Converter to convert it to a MP4? What if the movie was already an MP4. When you play the video or movie on your PSP, does it automaticly make it so it fits your screen? Sorry for the noob questions. I am new to the movie PSP Scene

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    Quote Originally Posted by killerjobs View Post
    What if the movie was already an MP4. When you play the video or movie on your PSP, does it automaticly make it so it fits your screen? Sorry for the noob questions. I am new to the movie PSP Scene
    No, there is no guarantee that any MP4 file will work on the PSP. MP4s need to be converted to fit the PSP's specifications.
    MP4s converted for iPods (or most other portable players) probably will work on the PSP, however those for devices like the PS3 probably won't.

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    I tried this before,i convert avi files using Any Video Converter,it worked fine.fast & easy to use too!!!

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