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PSP movie ISOs help

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by billyclub, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. billyclub

    billyclub Member

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    I'm not sure if this is the right forum to post this. I ripped a PSP UMD movie into an ISO. (I used UMDRipper) I put the file into my ISO folder but it doesn't show up. Am I suppose to convert it to another file type, another software program, or are UMD movies not made for ripping/playback on the memory stick? I have 3.10 OE-A fw.
    Thanks.
     
  2. chanman1

    chanman1 Regular member

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    prolly u need to have it as a normal mp4 file...try extracting the ISO, what files are there
     
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    Movie ISO,s wont play.
     
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    u could convert just the video portion into a psp compatible format
     
  5. billyclub

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    Do I extract the ISO first or....what do I do there?
     
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    You can mount your iso in your PC and copy the file on the iso if it is *.mp4, if not you need to find a convert program to do this.

    After you have mp4 file, copy it onto "VIDEO" on your memory stick
     
  7. billyclub

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    Do you mean to convert the ISO to an mp4 or extract the ISO and change those files to mp4? I have Xilisoft PSP Converter to convert my movie files on my PC to mp4s, but I never converted an ISO to an mp4 before. What program do I use for that?

    Also after dropping it into the VIDEO folder, do I have to rename the file to something like 100MNV001 as I would with other mp4 video files?
     
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    extract the ISO and what files are there
     
  9. billyclub

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    Ok I used MagicISO and the extracted files are *.MPS, *.RCO, *.CLP,. They're all in a folder called UMD_VIDEO. It didnt copy over the file UMD_DATA.BIN for some reason, or unless I dont need it (?). Inside the UMD_VIDEO are three other folders CLIPINF, RESOURCE, and STREAM .
     
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    The CLPs files are in the CLIPINF folder, the RCOs are in the RESOURCE folder, and the MPSs are in the STREAM folder.
     
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    well i have no idea what those files do...but i was looking around on google and found this

    http://www.videohelp.com/forum/archive/t293546.html

    u could try doing that, i don't know if it actually works

    another option, which i would do myself is to forget about UMD movies and convert normal DVDs, they are a lot less problematic
     
  12. billyclub

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    I'm curious, the files I extracted from the ISO, would I be able to burn them to DVD for playback on a DVD player?
     
  13. Alopex

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    Yes, most likely, if you found a converter/burner that supported those files types. Google's your friend.

    Edit: Typo
     
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    I'm going to try my luck with PSP movie creator.
     
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    and for the record, ISO's are only for games. movies on psp are only in mp4 format so far. if its icon isnt a quiktime logo with the words 'mpg4' under it, it cant be played on a psp.
     

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