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Hello. I own a PSP Model 1003 G1. Just update the firmware today to 6.20. I have a 1GB Memory stick pro duo in my PSP. After the firmware update today I decided to use Copy & convert my Iron Man movie in the form of a DVD VOB. I am using H.264 as compression, with 320X240 resolution, frame rate NTSC (29.97 fps). So I used the default quality settings & tell it to save file to default My documents\My Movies, then I realised the file is way too 10.2GB big. So when I tried to do the same task again using the H.264 as compression, with 320X240 resolution, frame rate NTSC (29.97 fps) this time with smallest file size & bit rate of 216kbps. The file is still large at 956Mb. The Movie is still unreadable on my PSP. Is there anyone that has a clue what the problem is. Am I suppose to use MPEG4 rather than H.264?

 

Also on my PSP are the following folders. GAME, COMMON, RADIOPLAYER, SYSTEM, VIDEO. VIDEO folder being in the PSP folder. Does the VIDEO folder need to be on the root folder or in the PSP folder? Because I am thinking that I maybe putting the file & folder in the wrong place?

 

Thanks to anyone that can shed some light on the matter.

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Hello. I own a PSP Model 1003 G1. Just update the firmware today to 6.20. I have a 1GB Memory stick pro duo in my PSP. After the firmware update today I decided to use Copy & convert my Iron Man movie in the form of a DVD VOB. I am using H.264 as compression, with 320X240 resolution, frame rate NTSC (29.97 fps). So I used the default quality settings & tell it to save file to default My documents\My Movies, then I realised the file is way too 10.2GB big. So when I tried to do the same task again using the H.264 as compression, with 320X240 resolution, frame rate NTSC (29.97 fps) this time with smallest file size & bit rate of 216kbps. The file is still large at 956Mb. The Movie is still unreadable on my PSP. Is there anyone that has a clue what the problem is. Am I suppose to use MPEG4 rather than H.264?

 

Also on my PSP are the following folders. GAME, COMMON, RADIOPLAYER, SYSTEM, VIDEO. VIDEO folder being in the PSP folder. Does the VIDEO folder need to be on the root folder or in the PSP folder? Because I am thinking that I maybe putting the file & folder in the wrong place?

 

Thanks to anyone that can shed some light on the matter.

 

It is illegal to copy a commercial movie and Roxio will not do it anyway. Discussion of such is not allowed in these forums.

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