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    help...I'm gonna save an NFS MW movie into vid...what should the ext. be?

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    I have a 32mb memory stick...for another 11 days at least.
    So I dont have any videos put on yet. BUT I've heard about a program called PSP Video 9 that will do it for you...aka convert it and store it there.
    http://www.pspvideo9.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtek-i
    help...I'm gonna save an NFS MW movie into vid...what should the ext. be?
    Quote Originally Posted by Jakg
    .mp4 (thats mpeg4), BUT you need it to be the right bitrate/resolution to stop it being overloaded (ps, that information is the second link on this great site called Google, you should try it sometime)
    i try

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    Quote Originally Posted by TVR IS KING
    I have a 32mb memory stick...for another 11 days at least.
    So I dont have any videos put on yet. BUT I've heard about a program called PSP Video 9 that will do it for you...aka convert it and store it there.
    http://www.pspvideo9.com/
    ya...I've heard of it...but this is urgent Jakg...just give me (please) the right ext. and see if it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtek-i
    ya...I've heard of it...but this is urgent Jakg...just give me (please) the right ext. and see if it works.
    i did. Twice. But you ignored it, and i can tell from how easy it was to find you didnt even bother searching for it

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    I did but there was only one good site. It said .3gp is somethin and that vid doesn't take mp4...then what does it take anyway?

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    .3gp is for phones, as i said before PSP's use .mp4 (and renaming the file wont do it - you have to convert it)

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    I'll get psp vid 9 soon...meanwhile...ever heard of windows xp theme for psp?

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    oh yeah...if I downgrade the system back to 2.7 it will accept mp4...so if i do that i can download that vid and then upgrade to 2.8 again (sounds hard). It'll work, cuz i still have tons of mp4s on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtek-i
    oh yeah...if I downgrade the system back to 2.7 it will accept mp4...so if i do that i can download that vid and then upgrade to 2.8 again (sounds hard). It'll work, cuz i still have tons of mp4s on it.
    you cant downgrade from 2.8, and (afaik) there are no improvements from 1.5 to 2.8 (except you cant use Homebrew stuff in 2.8)

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    Why would you need to downgrade to be able to play MPG4?
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    i tried everything

    i have tried every thing that you guys said and it still dosent work. it just says corrupted data. ihave version 3.03 what can i do

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    What folder are you putting it in?
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