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PS3 Video9 Settings help???

Discussion in 'PS3 - Modding & Hacking' started by shanemb, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. shanemb

    shanemb Regular member

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    i have a dvd that i would like to backup through ps3 video9, but i have no idea what settings to use, i have tried a few but they dont play very well at all,its all blocky and glitchy.

    i have a HDMI TV

    and thats printed on the ps3 box?

    so i take it that that is a plus

    any help would be great, Thanks!!!
     
  2. yimmmy

    yimmmy Regular member

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    the ps3 just got avi support you should just be able to put it in the ps3 and copy it to it. not burn it to a disk as data and copy it
     
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    shanemb Regular member

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    how do i do that?

    i have Version 2.10

    when i put dvd into ps3, under Video, it says DVD Video, DVD-ROM, with no option to copy it??????

    how do i copy it?

    Thanks for the reply, i though this thread was over, Thanks!!!
     
  4. Sudds

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    What your seeing is a resolution say... 720x480 blown up on your big telly, if you watch it original screen you wouldnt get this.
    If your to encode to the res of your telly you,ll need to use an AVSYNTH SCRIPT,here or use Xvid4psp much better application then PS3Video9.
     
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    to copy from a data dvd you just press >triangle> then go down to copy and it saves it to your video
    you need the update with avi support tho its update 2.10
     
  6. shanemb

    shanemb Regular member

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    iv got 2.10 on my ps3, still there is no option there?

    i am trying to copy a DVD that i bought, is that what you are talking about?

    or do you mean another type
     
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    Why do you want to back it up using ps3 video 9? just get yourself dvdshrink and it will rip the original dvd onto your PCs hardrive you can then copy this onto any blank dvd-r or dvd+r.

    Or from there you can use another programming to convert it to avi (not ps3 video 9, thats only worth using to change a .mkv file into a .mp4 file) which will play on your PS3 or computer.
     
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    what kind of dvd is it? it has to be a data dvd inorder for you to copy it to the ps3 ..
    you cant copy a dvd movie from the store.

    when you put in your data dvd you go under media > the go to the dvd> then press triangle > then go down to copy .
    the option is there if its a data dvd.
     
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    I need a guide do you have one because i have Xillisoft & that program is crap.
     
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    i downloaded that divx, how do you use it though,every time i put something in it, it says that its not supported?
     
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    what kind of file are you trying to convert? and what os are you using.
     
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    OS = windows xp home edition, and the file is a vob file?
     

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