need advice on PSP SLIM

Discussion in 'CloneDVD mobile' started by lnxtinman, Apr 6, 2008.

  1. lnxtinman

    lnxtinman Member

    hello and tia, i am trying to get a dvd to a psp v.3.8. i used clonedvdmobile and sent it to my pc hd. i set res to 480x272 >3.30+ and made it mp4. i saved it as the dvd name...the file size is about 531mb and there is also a thumbnail. i created a folder called video.(path is psp\video) i moved the thumbnail and movie into this file but psp says 'video cannot be played'.
    am i supposed to create the folder elsewhere? the name i gave dvd has blanks in it also i.e. 'the grim reaper' should i not have spaces?
    i have ripped it 3 times now and i am sure clonedvd did it ok.....any help would be much appreciated...:)
     
  2. Spanky

    Spanky Well-Known Member

    I think you have your "VIDEO" folder one level too deep. The VIDEO folder should be in the root directory of the PSP. There should be 5 folders when you open the PSP, "VIDEO" is one of the 5. When you open the PSP it should be \VIDEO in all caps and that is where you need to put your files.
     
  3. lnxtinman

    lnxtinman Member

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    thanks for the reply, on my mem stick i have

    mp_root
    music
    picture
    psp
    video

    i will move the video folder to psp and try that...i also updated to 3.93 today.....will try another rip, am at 95% now. i can copy a regular dvd with clonedvd in 20 minutes.....mobile is taking over an hour.
     
    Last edited: Apr 7, 2008
  4. lnxtinman

    lnxtinman Member

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    ok, it finally worked out. the file system in post above is correct. the first movie i ripped must have been bad. it wouldn't play in quickplay or the psp. the second movie worked out fine and it played in quickplay. i would like to know if its possible to speed up the ripping time though. it took about 90 minutes to make the movie into a 600mb file on my quad core with vista.
     
  5. Spanky

    Spanky Well-Known Member

    Anything better than real time is a bonus! It just takes time. I think that's a pretty average time.
     
  6. profcolli

    profcolli Well-Known Member

    1. Use 1 pass encoding
    2. Add threads=4 to your PSP profile in the devices.ini
    You should be able to convert a standard length movie in 15-20 minutes with a quad-core from an ISO - a bit longer directly from dvd-rom (depending on what model it is, and if it is rip-locked).
     
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2008
  7. lnxtinman

    lnxtinman Member

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    thank you, i will give that a try, since i built this computer it cut clonedvd time on a dvd almost in half with ddr3 and dual core quad. i was surprised with the 90 minutes.......what we gonna do though in 20 years when 1 minute seems too long?;)