Encode PSP Compatible Movies with Ffmpeg X
Ffmpeg X now features a PSP preset for encoding your videos to a format compatible with the new hot portable gaming
system. They even have a handy tutorial with all the dos
and don’ts of PSP video conversion. If you already own a copy of Ffmpeg
X ($15 shareware), then this may be all you need to get your PSP up and running.
I downloaded the demo of iPSP to give it a shot, and it is a pretty slick all-in-one PSP media managing app. I’m going to try to get my hands on a copy of PSPware as well and give you all a report in several days on which one of these programs works the best for Mac to PSP syncing.
Now, I just need to get a larger Memory Stick. The included 32MB stick is a bit limiting…
Ffmpeg X now features a PSP preset for encoding your videos to a format compatible with the new hot portable gaming system. They...
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