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3.40oe-a I CAN'T PUT VIDEOS ON THEY DON'T SHOW UP!!!!!!1

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by zacdowen, May 22, 2007.

  1. zacdowen

    zacdowen Member

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    I've already posted with this query once but with no replies so i thought i'd try again.

    I've got a PSP with FW 3.40oe-a. I create all the relevant folder all spelled correctly on my Memoryt stick and drop the video file in the folder but in the XMB the video does not show. However when i was using the official Sony 2.82 FW they played fine.

    What Do I Do???
    Has anyone else had the same problem????

    Zac
     
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    The PSP DOES NOT play AVI, WMV, MPEG, or any other Windows format videos. It only plays MP4 and you're probably saving it to the wrong folder. Its suppose to be saved in the MP_ROOT ->100MNV01 folder.
     
  3. zacdowen

    zacdowen Member

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    i know that ive been using PSPVideo 9 which automatically converts to MP4 and creates the folders and moves the files to the folders. Ive been trying to convert a program i recoreded in MPEG2 format ive used 4 different converters?????

    What Now??????
    Zac
     
  4. Oraseth

    Oraseth Regular member

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    Well, one thing that comes to my mind is that psp has a aspect ratio limitation, the XxY had to fit or it cant play....

    I use super and have the same setup as you do; works for me.

    check out this link for the program download link and instructions

    Clicky Meyh :)
     
  5. zacdowen

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    Ok, Getting somewhere now i suppose. Downloaded the latest version of Super and installed it. I chose the Sony PSP option and chose MPEG-4 format to convert to. I placed the converted file into the PSP and now its saying Unsupported Data.

    Any Thoughts????
    Cheers
    Zac
     
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    I have the same problem...

    Tried loads of different things and given up :(
     
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    Ok, Fixed it it works fine now.

    Thank You soooooooo much ive been itching to do this for ages!!!!!

    Zac
     
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    How did you fix it?
     
  9. Oraseth

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    Best just to go over the instruction again in the link, check if you missed anything, and make sure you copy it in to the correct folder on you psp...

    make sure you copy the file in to the \101ANV01\ folder... and you can name it any number combination just as long as it has 5 digits in the end, example = MAQ10004.mp4
     
  10. FittersGI

    FittersGI Guest

    you dont need to put them in that MP_ROOT folder anymore, you can just use the VIDEO folder in the root of your memory stick now for .mp4 files

    also, you could try PSPlayerMT, it plays different extentions such as .avi .mpg etc... but, remember as someone else said they have to be lower than a certain resolution.
     
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    Do they still have to be named in the same fashion?
     
  12. FittersGI

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    no, you can name them whatever you want to now
     
  13. kaos_king

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    I really dont want to be a noob lol, but i cant get vids working, never could - i dont have any problems with anythin else...i feel stupid.

    Im sure im doing it all right, im converting using SUPER to get my mp4 and then putting it in the 'VIDEO' directory of the root of my memory card. If i use the previous naming convention or dont, it still doesnt work - can anyone help plz
     
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    ok, turns out it was super causing me all the probs not encoding it correctly. Using PSPVideo9 now and works fine
     

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