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How to play UMD VDO.ISO on psp?

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#1
Hi all,

Just got myself a FF7:AC (UMD VDO) in .iso file but cant seems to load it on psp despite trying to put in all the different folder.

Can someone please confirm if i can watch UMD VDO ISO? I m running 3.71m33-4.

Thanks,
mike
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#2
What you gotta do is put the UMD video ISO into the ISO>VIDEO folder on the memory stick. Then in the XMB press the Home button, so the vsh menu pops up. Go to the bottom to ISO VIDEO MOUNT and change it from 'NONE' to the video ISO whatever it's called. Exit and the video will then appear under Video just like a normal UMD video would. You have to have a UMD (any) in the PSP though because No-UMD doesn't work for some reason. Hopefully in the next updates this will be fixed.

how much memory is ur video. I want to see if i should download it or not...


#3
Thanks for the response, I read the exact same response before. Most impt, if I do not have any UMV disc, it wun work then?

The file is 1.7Gig..
#4
it wont work. Just go to local game store and just buy the cheapest game.


#5
Ok. thanks a lot anyway.
#6
Hi, I have the same problem here.

At the main menu (the XMB, right?) I press the home button, but no menu pops up? HOw do I get this menu to pop up so I can change the ISO VIDEO MOUNT option? I have the 3.71M33-4 as well. Thanks in advance for all your help!
#7
Originally posted by gundam40:
Hi, I have the same problem here.

At the main menu (the XMB, right?) I press the home button, but no menu pops up? HOw do I get this menu to pop up so I can change the ISO VIDEO MOUNT option? I have the 3.71M33-4 as well. Thanks in advance for all your help!
press the select buttton



250gb ps3 non modded and 60gb launch model 3.55cfw
#8
I just did all the steps I was suppose to do even placed the ISO on the ISO>VIDEO

But when on the VSH menu with select key... I cant change the ISO VIDEO MODE from NONE, it wont accept any changes, am I doing something wrong, I have a GAME UMD inside, any help will be appreciated.

By the way I have 3.90m33 so it should be working, but it wont change from NONE, what am i doing wrong?
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 16 Feb 2008 @ 15:51

PSP (+[__]%): 2.80 < 1.50 > 3.40OE-A > 3.71M33-4 > 3.80m33-5 > 3.90m33-3 > 4.01m33-2 + 8gb MSPD
PS3 HD 60GB: 1.33 > 1.90 > 2.01 > 2.17 - NO OS
Nintendo DS [+[__]%]: EZ Flash 5 Plus + 1GB MicroSD + EZFlash 3in1
Nintendo Wii: 3.2U + 1GB SD Card + WiiKey 1.9s
#9
Can someone help me or I have to make a new thread?

PSP (+[__]%): 2.80 < 1.50 > 3.40OE-A > 3.71M33-4 > 3.80m33-5 > 3.90m33-3 > 4.01m33-2 + 8gb MSPD
PS3 HD 60GB: 1.33 > 1.90 > 2.01 > 2.17 - NO OS
Nintendo DS [+[__]%]: EZ Flash 5 Plus + 1GB MicroSD + EZFlash 3in1
Nintendo Wii: 3.2U + 1GB SD Card + WiiKey 1.9s
#10
thanks 07anto07, i got it working now :)

drakex: It works on my 3.71m33... maybe 3.90 is newer and different way to mount the video?
#11
Highlight "ISO VIDEO MOUNT" and press left or right on the D-pad, Pressing X or O wont do any thing, and press X on "EXIT".
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 17 Feb 2008 @ 18:25
#12
Got it to work, wrong disc selected... the dumb that got the game for me said UMD ISO, but it was a normal ISO

PSP (+[__]%): 2.80 < 1.50 > 3.40OE-A > 3.71M33-4 > 3.80m33-5 > 3.90m33-3 > 4.01m33-2 + 8gb MSPD
PS3 HD 60GB: 1.33 > 1.90 > 2.01 > 2.17 - NO OS
Nintendo DS [+[__]%]: EZ Flash 5 Plus + 1GB MicroSD + EZFlash 3in1
Nintendo Wii: 3.2U + 1GB SD Card + WiiKey 1.9s
#13
I did all that but the video still won't appear


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#14
Make sure you put the riped UMD ISO in the VIDEO folder inside the ISO folder in the root.

Looks like this..

mso:\ISO\VIDEO\YOURVIDEONAME.ISO

Also make sure to have a UMD in. A game or video UMD it doesn't matter.
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 05 Mar 2008 @ 20:40
#15
i did that and about a few seconds, my psp hanged TTwTT
#16
that the vid iso could be corrupt


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