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HD Movie format for PSP ?

Post by Mateus » Sat Aug 16, 2014 9:08 am

Hello,i'd ike to know if hasardy,there is a way to Watch a movie in PSP/Video but in a HD Format or at least,a 480P

All movies i put on this are 368X208 format,it's not so bad,but having a better quality would be good.Thanks
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Re: HD Movie format for PSP ?

Post by reprep » Sat Aug 16, 2014 9:41 am

Mateus wrote:Hello,i'd ike to know if hasardy,there is a way to Watch a movie in PSP/Video but in a HD Format or at least,a 480P

All movies i put on this are 368X208 format,it's not so bad,but having a better quality would be good.Thanks
480x272 is the resolution of psp. higher resolution than this wouldn't mean better quality.

though 720x480, 640x480 and 720x576 resolutions are supported too with the latest psp firmwares. video does have some restrictions (max reference frames, b-frame restrictions etc) though, if you encode H264/AVC video respecting these restrictions, video does play fine both on psp and on tv via tv-out cable.

in short yes 480p video playback is possible, but it is another question if it is worth or not.
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Re: HD Movie format for PSP ?

Post by Mateus » Sat Aug 16, 2014 11:02 am

Now that you mention it...Yes,the Dissidia Replays are convert to 480x272 and it's beautiful in VIDEO.I didn't think about that.Is it makable throught Format Factory ?

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Re: HD Movie format for PSP ?

Post by reprep » Sat Aug 16, 2014 11:34 am

Mateus wrote:Now that you mention it...Yes,the Dissidia Replays are convert to 480x272 and it's beautiful in VIDEO.I didn't think about that.Is it makable throught Format Factory ?
i prefer using x264.exe via command line interface, so i don't use front ends. though you should find some via simple googling.

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Re: HD Movie format for PSP ?

Post by TecXero » Sat Aug 16, 2014 7:36 pm

I tend to use Handbrake myself. Just make sure the h.264 profile is baseline 3.0 and Anamorphic is off for the PSP, I'm not entirely sure what the Vita will accept. Also, there's no real reason to go above 480x272 for the PSP or 960×544 for the PS Vita as that's the size of their screens.
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Re: HD Movie format for PSP ?

Post by Rockets » Sun Aug 17, 2014 9:57 pm

Video stored on UMD is typically encoded in 720×480 resolution, but is scaled down when displayed on the PSP. Try "Freemake Video Converter".


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And also XVID4PSP 5 and 6.
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Re: HD Movie format for PSP ?

Post by Mateus » Mon Aug 18, 2014 7:48 pm

The matter is,that,if you have a video for psp with the resolution 472 X 260 the size of the movie will be over 800 MB !! Though with the 368 X 208 large screen with format factory,the movie will be only 300MB or less,so...That's why many people just take the 368 X 208 Screen

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Re: HD Movie format for PSP ?

Post by Cyber » Sat Aug 30, 2014 5:12 pm

Mateus wrote:The matter is,that,if you have a video for psp with the resolution 472 X 260 the size of the movie will be over 800 MB !! Though with the 368 X 208 large screen with format factory,the movie will be only 300MB or less,so...That's why many people just take the 368 X 208 Screen
Well, the video resolution alone doesn't determine the resulting file size, video "quality" aka encoding parameters do (basically, how blurred/detailed the video is). Something that isn't too detailed (like cartoons) can be compressed very well without noticeable quality loss.

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Re: HD Movie format for PSP ?

Post by Jundio » Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:25 pm

The majority of these errors depend on the device you use to watch movies, try using a smart TV with a TV application.

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