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PSPVideo9 Always produces unsupported data files

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by nhar068, Jul 6, 2007.

  1. nhar068

    nhar068 Member

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    I've been using PSPVideo9 to convert my avi files that are between 20MB and 700MB in size but when it finishes the conversion and I use the Copy Files to Device function in the Library tab when I try to play the files it says Unsupported Data.

    I have custom firmware 3.40OE-A and I am using one-click conversion to FW3.30+ 480x272 AviSynth MPEG4 video. Any advice? (Also the files that I am converting are not widescreen would this have an impact?)
     
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    Try put the mp4 video in the VIDEO folder. The name doesn't matter.
     
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    I put the mp4 file and the thm file in the video folder but still unsupported file type.
    Anyone know why?
     
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    dEEz_nUtz Regular member

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    Because PSPvideo9 is shit....Try using 3GP converter instead.
     
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    thats fine that its shit but WHY isnt the program working?
     
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    dEEz_nUtz Regular member

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    Have you tried to just copy the videos over to your PSP manually after being converted? Another thing you may want to try is restoring your default settings from your psp menu under system settings. Then copy your movies over again...
     
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    I also transfered them manually but nothing, i didnt restore the default settings. What version of 3gp converter do you use? Is it free?
     
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    I use the .034 version which I believe is the most recent..and its free..3GP Converter -Dont worry that its in Japanese, you can change the language in the settings once you download it.
     

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