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    Hi guys!

    Any1 out there who owns a PSP n Mac? How do you guys sync the 2 gadgets? What software do you use?

    Just got my PSP but still trying to find a programme to rip the movies into mp4.

    Any help n advice is greatly appreciated!


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    Hi espn,

    Thanks for the link. Got to know abt Video9 too. But can it be installed on a mac or PC only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arttl
    Hi espn,

    Thanks for the link. Got to know abt Video9 too. But can it be installed on a mac or PC only?
    Ooops. Only saw your PSP portion, forgot about the Mac part.

    Try this for your Mac - http://sourceforge.net/projects/pspvc

    I use the videora at home/office for my P2000 movie conversion.

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    Hey, I use a PSP with a Mac and it works fine. Just plug it in and the Mac recognises it as a drive. Can recommend a programme called Handbrake for ripping DVDs and then you'll need another to convert to PSP format. FFX I think.

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    Thanks guys!

    Hey Phil!
    The Handbrake looks cool! But what's the programme to convert the mp4 into PSP format?

    Any links??

    Thanks!

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    i'm using pspware. sync itunes playlists & iphoto albums, drag & drop movie conversion and syncing, backup game saves.

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    Phildate
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    That looks like a cool programme Madmacs - will try it out. Anything for simple movie and DVD conversion!

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    i think for dvd you still need to use handbrake to get the unencrypted vob file. then drop the vob into something like pspware for conversion and syncing.

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    Phildate
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    Ah I see...still very useful...

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