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					How To Put Video On PSP

<p>Those that purchase the PSP may have a specific reason in mind as to
why they need or want to play with the PSP, but not many know of its
actual power as a multimedia device. You surely know about its power as a
video gaming system, you likely know about its ability to play movies for
purchase at electronics retailers, and you may know about its power as a
web browser.</p><p>However, the PSP can also be the hub for your movie
collection as you also have the power to put video on your PSP. This
article will explain <strong>how to put video on the
PSP</strong>:</p><p>Just as you would do if you were transferring your
audio files to an MP3 player, you must first “rip” the movie to your
computer’s hard drive with a “dvd decrypter”. There are a bevy of places
online to purchase or find free “dvd decrypting” software to be able to
complete this process. Just type in the words and make Google do the
rest!</p><p>PSP Video 9 or similar software will convert your ripped DVD
to the correct format for your PSP. PSP’s can only read videos in the
mpeg-4 format. The best way to describe this is that the original format
of your DVD is not supported by your PSP, so you must get it to the
format that is supported by a PSP, by using PSP Video 9, or a plethora of
other software options which will quickly and easily convert your ripped
dvd to the proper mpeg-4 format. Simply search for PSP Video 9 or video
converter on Google and take your pick of the many free or paid for
options.</p><p>Once you have your video ripped, converted and saved to
your hard drive, you are ready to put the video on your PSP. Be sure you
have a large enough memory stick (at least 512 MB) and connect your PSP
to the PC via your USB cable. If you are using PSP system software 2.0 or
higher, when you formatted your memory stick for your PSP the video
folders were created automatically. If the video folder was not created,
you will need to do so manually. In the root of your PSP create a folder
at name it "MP_ROOT". Inside this folder, create another folder and name
it "100MNV01”. This is the folder where you will copy your movie
files.</p><p>Now that you have seen <strong>how to put video on your
PSP</strong>, it should get easier every time you do it. Once your movies
are loaded onto your PSP, browse to them with your controls and begin
enjoying them at your leisure, whenever you decide.</p><p>Jerry Highsmith
is the gaming expert for You-Can-Learn. He has created a new special
report for PSP gamers worldwide, the <a target="_new" href="http://you-
can-learn.com/about/psp/">Ultimate PSP Guide.</a> You can get a FREE copy
of Jerry's Ultimate PSP Guide when you visit the You-Can-Learn website at
<a target="_new" href="http://you-can-
learn.com/about/psp/">http://www.you-can-learn.com/about/psp/</a></p>

				
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