PSP or PlayStation Portable is certainly a remarkable work. Apart from being able to carry regular games, they also boast music, photo, video, internet and wireless connectivity applications. For most proud PSP owners, you can find valuable tools in three ways. Or it takes time to read this manual, take time to explore the PSP or find the answer you need on the net.
Well, the first thing you notice when formatting a Memory Stick Duo or Pro Duo Stick is that there are only "games", "music", "photos" and "saved" folders. According to Engadget, you have to create another folder for MPEG-4 video files on the main memory card and not in the PSP directory. Label the new folder as MP_ROOT and create a subfolder with the name 100MNV01.
Generally, this kind of procedure saves extra cash, but Engadget has shown us how to bypass this little obstacle. First, you need to download a 3GP converter, and after completing downloading the program, right-click on the file and press the extract here. Click on the new folder that displays and runs the setting. A window that has incorrect characters appears. He did not pay them anything and just roll out the window to set the language to English. Then select Customize: MP4 to PSP (direct, rename) and press. This second is the last option. The next step is to choose where you want to save downloaded videos and what quality you want your videos to display. I suggest choosing C: 3GP_Converter.
To the next step, you have to choose the video quality you want – from QVGA / 15fps / 216kbps / Mono 48kpbs to AVC QVGA / 29.97fps / VBR QB25 Stereo / 128kpbs.
Does this look a bit intimidating? Well, these numbers do not have to be afraid of anything. Think so. FPS is the frame rate per second. The latter is smoother than 15fps and 29.97 fps. But keep in mind that the better the quality, the long the need to be transformed.
After deciding what speed you want, all you have to do is drag the selected video to the empty part of the window and wait for the program to convert what PSP will recognize. The last thing you need to do is connect the PSP to your computer using a USB cable and transfer the newly converted file.
Another way is to use pimp streamer vO.5. This allows you to transfer audio and video in any format from your PC to your PSP via a wireless connection. Although there are probably a dozen other ways (legal or illegal) to stream audio and video streams from PC to PSP, I hope these two are working for you!