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How to:music,photos,video,locationfree,skype,PSNtitles,IR,more. (4.01)

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-A USB A -> Mini-B (5 pin) cable will be needed to connect the PSP to a computer.



All videos can be downloaded in the PSP format.

-Videos must be in one of the following formats:
With System Software 3.30 or higher, the following types of files can now be played in the "VIDEO" folder.
– MPEG-4/H.264 AVC Main Profile (AVC CABAC) video files of the following sizes:
720 X 480, 352 X 480, or 480 X 272
* Depending on the data type, some files cannot be played.

Memory Stick™ Video Format
- MPEG-4 Simple Profile(AAC)
- H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Main Profile(AAC)
MP4
-MPEG-4 Simple Profile (AAC)
-H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Main Profile (CABAC) (AAC) and Baseline Profile (AAC)
AVI
-Motion JPEG (Linear PCM)
-Motion JPEG (?-Law)
Depending on the data type, some data items cannot be played.
The system can only play video data converted at bit rates lower than 768 kbps.
The system cannot play video data containing video recorded for longer than approximately 6 hours and 30 minutes.
Some files distributed over the Internet may have playback limitations. For details, contact the content provider.

-Please note that you can only use Memory Stick™ Video Format (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Main Profile) formatted videos if you have updated to 2.00 or higher.
-You must have 2.80 or higher installed to use the MP4(MPEG-4 Simple profile,H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Main Profile and Baseline Profile) and AVI(Motion JPEG (Linear PCM), Motion JPEG (?-Law).

Directions:
1. Format your memory stick if you haven't done so already.
2. Once you have your movie ready, turn on your psp.
3. Go to USB mode.
4. Hook up USB cable.
5. Open icon that appears on desktop.(Probably titled "untitled" )
6. Create a new folder titled MP_ROOT in "untitled".
7. Create another folder titled 100MNV01(OR 100ANV01 for AVC Movies) and put it in the MP_ROOT folder.
8. Place both the MP4 and THM files in 100MNV01.(OR 100ANV01 for AVC movies)
9. When videos are done uploading to the memory stick, close window , eject "untitled" and unhook USB cable.

Easier directions:
-You must have 2.80 or later or these instructions will not work.
-If you have 2.80 or later use these directions.
-Unencrypted .m4v (iPod Video) files are now supported. (Newer iPod formatted files will not work due to resolution changes, however, original 320x240 files will work.)
-Movie files downloaded from iTunes will not work due to the encryption.
1. Format your memory stick if you haven't done so already.
2. Once you have your movie ready, turn on your psp.
3. Go to USB mode.
4. Hook up USB cable.
5. Open icon that appears on desktop.(Probably titled "untitled" )
6. Place the movie file under "Video" on the memory stick.


-Music must be in MP3, Atrac3+, AAC(with the extension .m4a or .3gp), WMA or WAV format.
-Songs downloaded from the iTunes store will not work, unless downloaded from the iTunes Plus section.
-AAC formatted music will have the extention .m4a, if you have a PSP that is not updated to atleast 2.70, this must be changed to .mp4 in order for it to work on the psp.(If you have 2.70 or later it will work with the extension .m4a)
-You must have 2.00 or higher to play AAC and WAV formatted music.
-You must have 2.60 or higher to play WMA formatted songs.
-WMA9 Professional, WMA9 Lossless and copyright-protected WMA files are not supported.
-Note that you must activate the setting to play music data in WMA format. You can do this under system settings, under settings in the main menu.
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-A connection to the Internet is required for the one-time activation of this setting. Note that no personal information is collected during the activation process. For details, refer to the user agreement that must be accepted as part of the activation process.
-Note that you must have 2.80 or later installed on your psp to use AAC files with the extension .3gp.

Directions:
1. Format your memory stick if you haven't done so already.
2. Once you have your music ready, turn on your psp.
3. Go to USB mode.
4. Hook up USB cable.
5. Open icon that appears on desktop.(Probably titled "untitled".)
6. Open folder titled "PSP".
7. Open folder titled "Music".
8. Place your music in there.
9. When songs are done uploading to the memory stick, close window, eject "untitled", unhook USB cable.



-Photos must be in either jpg,gif,bmp,png,tiff format.
-Please note that you can only use gif,bmp,png and tiff formatted photos if you have version 2.00 or higher.

Directions:
1. Format your memory stick if you haven't done so already.
2. Once you have your photos ready, turn on your psp.
3. Go to USB mode.
4. Hook up USB cable.
5. Open icon that appears on desktop.(Probably titled"untitled".)
6. Open folder titled "PSP".
7. Open folder titled "Photo".
8. Place your photos in there.
9. When photos are done uploading to the memory stick, close window, eject "untitled", unhook USB cable.

Using the Camera Feature.
-Version 3.00 or later is required to use this feature.

You can connect the camera (sold separately) for the PSP® system and record still images or movies.
Recorded still images or movies are saved on Memory Stick Duo™ media.

Directions:
1.Connect the camera to the USB connector on the PSP® system.
2.From the home menu, select >
Basic operation:
R button-Record (still images / movies).
L button-Review a thumbnail of the last recorded still image or movie.
Triangle button-View the control panel.Set items such as the size of the image, white balance, or the save destination folder.
Circle button-Quit the camera and return to the home menu.
SELECT button-Switch the recording mode between Photo Mode and Movie Mode.

Updates:

Directions:
1. Format your memory stick if you haven't done so already.
2. Go here:System Update Page (That should always have the latest update)
3. Click on "download now".
4. Hook up USB cord.
5. Turn psp on and go to USB mode.
6. Click on icon that pops up.
7. Click on folder titled "PSP".
8. Open "GAME" folder.
9. Create a new folder titled "UPDATE" and place in "GAME" folder.
10. Place the "EBOOT.PBP" file in the "UPDATE" folder.
11. When the file is done transferring, close the window, eject the icon and unhook the USB cable.
12. Fully charge your psp system, when done leave it plugged in.
13. Scroll down to under the icon in the main menu of the psp and press "x".
14. Select the Update icon.
15. Choose "Start".
16. Read and Accept the User Agreement and then install the update.
16. Restart the psp.
17. Go to >>. Check the firmware number, if it is the number you were installing, the update has been installed succesfully.
18. You may now delete the update from your memory stick.(It will stay at the version you installed.)
19. Enjoy the new update!

Current system software: 4.01
The PSP® system software version 4.01 update includes the following:

Network

Internet searchInternet Search 

(Internet Search) has been added as a feature. You can now perform an Internet search directly from the XMB™ screen.

 

Other new or revised features in 4.01 (with 4.00)

 

settingsVideo

and have been added as options to the control panel. You can now change the playback speed of video content saved on Memory Stick Duo™ media.>

New for 4.01

Playback of video content under settings (Video) has been improved for certain file types.                     

networkNetwork

  • New for 4.01: Display of search results under Internet search (Internet Search) has been improved for certain languages.

 





Playing PLAYSTATION®Network titles

-You must have version 3.00 or higher to use this feature.
You can now play PLAYSTATION®Network titles* downloaded via the PLAYSTATION®3 system. You must have a PS3™ system to use this feature.

* The term "PLAYSTATION®Network titles" refers to PlayStation format software (PS one games) downloaded from PLAYSTATION®Store and PSP format games distributed electronically.

Downloading PLAYSTATION®Network titles:

Directions:
1.Insert Memory Stick Duo™ media in the PSP® system.
2.Connect the PSP® system to the PS3™ system using a USB cable.
3.Select (USB Connection) under (Settings) on the PSP® system.
4.Go to (PLAYSTATION®Store) under (Network) on the PS3™ system, and then follow the on-screen instructions to purchase and download a PLAYSTATION®Network title.

Starting PLAYSTATION®Network titles:

Directions:
1.From the PSP® system's home menu,, select (Game) > (Memory Stick™).
2.Select the icon for the title you want to play.
Basic operation
If you press the home button while playing a PLAYSTATION®Network title, a menu containing the following options will be displayed.
Assign Buttons-Select a button assignment pattern. There are four types to choose from.
Screen Mode-Select the mode that you want to use. Select from Original / Normal / Full Screen.
Software Manual-View the software manual.
Quit Game-Quit the PLAYSTATION®Network title.


Using Remote Play
-You must have 3.00 or higher installed to use this feature

Display the PS3™ system's screen on a PSP® system and control playback and use of content.
* Connection with a PS3™ system for Remote Play is possible within the range of access to the PS3™ system's wireless LAN. You must have a PS3™ system with the wireless LAN feature to use this feature.
* You must adjust settings for both the PS3™ and PSP® systems before use.

PS3™ system settings
To use Remote Play on the PSP® system, you must first adjust settings on the PS3™ system.
Select under (Network Settings), and then enter SSID and WPA key information. You can use any SSID and WPA key that you like.

PSP® system settings
After you have adjusted the settings on the PS3™ system, you must adjust the settings for the PSP® system. You will use the same SSID and WPA key as you entered for the PS3™ system.

Directions:
1. Select (Settings) > (Network Settings) on the PSP® system.
2.Select .
3. Select .
4.Select the PS3™ system's SSID.
The SSID of the PS3™ system to be connected for Remote Play is set.
5.Select .
6.Enter the WPA key.
Enter the encryption key that you set on the PS3™ system.
7.Select .
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the settings
8.Check the connection name, and then press the right button.
You can change the connection name to use any name you like.

Using Remote Play

Directions:
1.Turn on the PS3™ system, and then select
(Network) > Remote Play).
2.Select (Network) > (Remote Play) on the PSP® system.
3.Select the connection that was created for Remote Play.
The PSP® system will attempt to connect to the PS3™ system wirelessly.
If the connection is successful, the PS3™ system screen will be displayed on the PSP® system.

To quit Remote Play, press the home button, and then select .
In Remote Play, you can navigate active portions of the XMB home menu and access content on the PS3™ system. Some PS3™ system features such as games cannot be played on the PSP® system using the Remote Play feature.

Remote Play menu
If you press the home button during Remote Play, a menu containing the following options will be displayed.
Quit Remote Play-Quit Remote Play
PS Button-Allows the user to perform the operations available by pressing the PS button of the SIXAXIS™ wireless controller.
Settings-Response Time: Set the PSP® system's button response time to one of five levels.
Connection Status: Set to display the Remote Play connection status.

For under , the higher the setting the faster the response will be. Note however that the image quality will be reduced.

Using Remote Play through the internet
-You must have version 3.50 or later to use this feature
Using remote play outside the home (via the Internet)

Using your PSP® system and a wireless access point (such as that found through a commercial wireless hotspot (wireless LAN) service), you can connect to the PS3™ system that is located within your home via the Internet. To use remote play from outside your home:
-you must first pair the PSP® system and PS3™ system (a one-time procedure)
-you must sign in to PLAYSTATION®Network from the PS3™ system and place the PS3™ system in remote play connection standby mode.
PS3™ system in remote play connection standby mode

Notes
-To use this feature, the PS3™ system software must be version 1.80 or later.
-To use remote play over the Internet, you must have a PLAYSTATION®Network account.
-You may not be able to use remote play via the Internet in some network environments. For details, see (Network) > (Remote Play) > in the user’s guide for the PS3™ system.
-The method of using a commercial wireless hotspot (wireless LAN) service and the charges for such vary depending on the service provider. For details, contact the service provider. Users are responsible for any connection fees.

System pairing
To use remote play for the first time, you must register (pair) the PSP® system with the PS3™ system (If you want to use remote play when away from home, you must complete this process before leaving home.)
1. Connect the PSP® system to the PS3™ system using a USB cable.
2. From the PSP® system's home menu, select (USB Connection) under (Settings).
3. From the PS3™ system's home menu, select (Remote Play Settings) under (Settings).
4.Select .
5. Confirm that a USB connection has been established between the PSP® system and the PS3™ system, and then select .
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the registration (pairing).

Hints

-The USB cable for the SIXAXIS™ wireless controller can be used to connect the PSP® system to the PS3™ system.
-If you register a PSP® system that had been registered with another PS3™ system, the registration with the first PS3™ system will be cleared.

Creating a network connection

Create a network connection for connecting the PSP® system to an access point. When connecting to an access point that you've used before, you do not have to create a new network connection to use remote play. For more information about network connection using an access point, refer to (Settings) > (Network Settings) > in the user's guide for the PSP® system.

Using remote play

1. Select (Sign In) under (Friends) in the PS3™ system's home menu.
To use remote play over the Internet, you must sign in to PLAYSTATION®Network.
2. Select (Remote Play) under (Network) in the PS3™ system's home menu.
The system will enter remote play connection standby mode and your sign-in ID will be displayed.
3. Select (Remote Play) under (Network) in the PSP® system's home menu.
4. Select as the method of connecting to the PS3™ system.
5. From the list of connections, select the connection for the access point to be used for remote play.
6. Enter the PLAYSTATION®Network sign-in ID and password for the account in use on the PS3™ system.



Notes

-If the connection is successful, the PS3™ system screen will be displayed on the PSP® system.
-To connect the PSP® system to a PS3™ system and use remote play from a location outside the home, the PS3™ system must be set in remote play connection standby mode as described in step 2.
-When using this feature while leaving your PS3™ system unattended, your PLAYSTATION®Network account and personal account information can be accessed. To avoid inadvertent disclosure, please keep your PS3™ system in a secure location.

Adjusting remote play communication settings

You can set options such as the response speed of the PSP® system buttons when using remote play.



Select either a combination of response speed and image quality from five preset levels or use to set the options individually.

Hint

If and are set to their maximum values, the response speed will be faster and the picture quality will improve, but skipping may occur in the video or audio.


Using the RSS channel.
-You must have update 2.60 or later installed on your psp to use this.

You can add link information to your channel list that will enable your PSP™ system to link to audio content on Web pages that provide RSS-distributed audio content. When connected to the Internet, the system will automatically update the list of audio content items that have been added to these pages, and you can then play the new content on your system.

You must have 2.70 or higher to save audio content.


Saving audio content from channels:
-You must have 2.70 or later installed on your psp to use this feature.
You can now save audio content (items) from channels under on Memory Stick Duo™ media. Saved items can be played without using an Internet connection (play offline).

You can save items in any of the following ways:

1) Select only 1 item to save
Select the item that you want to save, and then select in the options menu.
2) Save items within a channel
Select the channel that contains the content you want to save, and then select in the options menu.
3) Select multiple channels and save items within those channels
Select the channels, and then select in the options menu.

For example, if is selected, only the latest 5 items in a channel are saved on Memory Stick Duo™ media and older items will be deleted. The deletion of older items assists users in managing RSS item data on Memory Stick Duo™ media.Hints
You must be connected to the Internet to access and to play audio content.
You can access audio content in MP3 or MP4 (AAC) format provided in a form that complies with RSS version 2.0 (such as content available for "podcasts" ).
To connect to the Internet, you must first create a connection for use in infrastructure mode.
* The PSP™ system's RSS Channel feature uses RSS (Really Simple Syndication) 2.0 technology.
For details on RSS 2.0, visit http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss

Saving video and image content:
-You must have 2.80 or higher installed on your psp to use this feature.
1. Choose the channel, you want to save an item from.
2. Highlight the file you would like to save and press x.

Setting a timer:
-You must have 3.00 or higher installed to use this feature.
1.With the channel selected, press the triangle button, and then select from the options menu.

2.Set the time when you want the timer to start.

After you have finished entering your settings, press the right button to go to the next screen.
3.Select a channel.

Select from the channels available when the timer will start. You can also select from the options menu.

After you have finished entering your settings, press the right button to go to the next screen.
4.Save the settings.
By pressing the left button, you can return to the previous screen and change your settings.


To execute your settings, the WLAN switch must be turned on and sleep mode must be entered before the setting time.
The number of items to be saved can be set in (Settings)>

 Using Skype

 

 

 

 

 

 

 With Skype™ for PSP® system you can make free Skype-to-Skype calls to other PSP® systems or to anyone else on Skype™ when you're connected to a Wi-Fi hotspot. You can even call landlines and cell phones for a little Skype Credit.

Requirements for Skype™ on PSP® System:

  • PSP-2000 system
  • PSP® Headset
  • PSP® Headphones with Remote Control
  • Wireless Internet connection environment (Wi-Fi)
  • Memory Stick Duo on which Skype™ application software is saved
  • Firmware 3.90 (or later)
Getting Started

  • You must download firmware update 3.90 (or later) to your PSP-2000 system
  • Use your PSP® to create a free Skype™ account or go to www.skype.com. If you already use Skype™ , you can use the same account
  • Ensure that you are in a Wi-Fi environment.

Click for instructions on how to stay connected with your friends and family through Skype™ on your PSP® system.

*Wi-Fi connection required

 

Using Internet Radio 

Access thousands of radio stations on your PSP® 

 

 

With the addition of Internet Radio (via SHOUTcast) in PSP® firmware update 3.80, PSP® system owners will be able to choose from thousands of stations in a wide range of diverse genres for free. Top 40 Pop? Check. Country? Check. Talk radio? Check. Share your favorite station with friends using the PSP® system onboard speakers or keep it to yourself with headphones. Who knew expanding your music library could be so easy?

Requirements for Internet Radio on PSP® System:

  • PSP-1000 or PSP-2000 system
  • Wireless Internet connection environment (Wi-Fi)
  • Memory Stick Duo™ on which Internet Radio application software is saved
  • Firmware 3.80 (or later)
  • PSP® Headphones with Remote Control (optional)

Note: Ensure that you are using the correct PSP® Headphones with Remote Control for the PSP® system that you own.

Getting Started

  • You must download firmware update 3.80 (or later) to your PSP-1000 or PSP-2000 system.
  • Ensure that you are in a Wi-Fi environment.

Click for instructions on how to get Internet Radio on your PSP® system.



New Internet Radio Players

New players for  (Internet Radio) are now available.

  • "CLIP" Series: This is a new series with thirteen additional players.
  • "ONE SWITCH RADIO" Series: This is a new series with seven additional players.
  • You can use the additional Internet radio players with system software 3.80 or later.
  • For details about Internet radio, refer to http://www.playstation.com/psp-app/radio.html.

 

 

 

Using LocationFree TV:

-You must have update 2.50 or later installed on your psp to use this.


System Requirements:
- Intel® Pentium® processor 4.2GHz or faster
-Windows 2000 (SP4), XP Home (SP2), XP Professional or later-
-256MB RAM
-300MB hard drive space
-LAN connection or wireless 802.11a/b/g capability
-PSP 2.50 (software)-
-800 x 600 monitor resolution

Product Features:
-Compatible with Ethernet LAN and 802.11a/b/g
-NetAV allows you to enjoy your home TV programming wherever you are, at the office, a hotel room, your garden or anywhere there is an Internet connection
-Works with your existing A/V components and PC technologies; easy to use with automatic settings and a WorryFree setup wizard that simplifies the process
-Control A/V components using an on-screen universal remote
-Inputs: 1 RJ-45 Ethernet, 1 RF, 2 S-video, 1 IR blaster
-Note: Requires broadband Internet connection.

What is Location Free®? How can I use it on my PSP™ system?

You never have to leave your home entertainment behind again. With LocationFree® you can stream TV or movies from your home over broadband internet to your PSP™ system– virtually anywhere in the world. At home, simply connect your A/V components (TV, DVD Player or DVR) and broadband internet to your LocationFree® Base Station. On the road, connect your PSP™ system to a wireless hotspot and click on the LocationFree® icon to start streaming your favorite TV programs. Change channels, pause or record on your components at home with the onscreen universal remote. With LocationFree® on your PSP™ system, you can enjoy your home entertainment beyond the living room. And, not only is LocationFree® designed to provide the ultimate in entertainment on the go, but its wireless capability makes it perfect for use around the house too.

To start using LocationFree® video streaming on your PSP™ system, you may need to download some software.

What do I Need?


At Home
1. LocationFree® Base Station with software version 2.00 or later. A LocationFree® Base Station is included in the purchase of either the LocationFree® TV or LocationFree® Player Pak, which can be found at major retailers or at www.sonystyle.com/LocationFree.
2. Broadband Internet with at least 300kpbs of uplink speed.

On-the-Go
1. PSP™ system with software version 2.50 or later (update available at www.us.playstation.com/psp/).
2. Broadband Internet connection (via a hotspot) with at least 300kpbs of downlink speed.
3.Memory Stick® Duo, which is used to store remote control codes for the PSP™ system.
How do I get Started?

In order to use the LocationFree® Player on your PSP™ system, you need to make sure your software has been updated. Please refer to the following steps and update your software as needed.

STEP ONE:Make sure you are using PSP™ system software version 2.50 or later.

STEP TWO:Make sure you are using LocationFree® Base Station software version 2.00 or later.

STEP THREE: Download Remote Control codes to your Memory Stick® Duo on your PSP™ system to enable you to control your audio/video equipment at home.

Step One
Make sure you are using PSP™ system software is version 2.50 or later. To check your current system software version, select "System Settings" in the PSP™ system home menu, and then select "System Information". If your PSP™ system software version is 2.50 or later, you do not need to perform this update. Go to Step Two. Click the following link to update your PSP™ system software: (www.us.playstation.com/psp/)

Step Two
Next, you need to make sure your LocationFree® Base Station software is version 2.00 or later. When connected at home to the LocationFree® Base Station, your PSP™ system (with system software version 2.50 or later) will identify if the Base Station needs to be upgraded and point you to the correct download site. For more information on how to connect the PSP™ system to the Base Station, follow the instructions in the Quick Start Guide or the Setting and Usage Guide for PSP™ system.

Alternatively, your LocationFree® Base Station can be upgraded using a personal computer with the LocationFree® Player for PC software installed. For details, see the Operating Instructions for the LocationFree® Player Pak (LF-PK1).1

Step Three
This step will help you turn your PSP™ system into a universal remote control, allowing you to remotely change channels, pause and otherwise remotely control your video equipment at home. You can download needed remote control data into the Memory Stick Duo® via a personal computer or your PSP™ system. The Memory Stick Duo® stores remote control data that is needed when you use home audio/video equipment. For details of how to upgrade the software, see the Setting and Usage Guide for PSP™ system of the LocationFree® Player Pak for PSP™ system.

More info can be found here: http://products.sel.sony.com/locationfreetv/owners/psp.html



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yea thanks cuz i thought i had 2 make a video folder or something to add a movie but i finally got it now


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but how odu get movies in mp4 ?




You either use a converter to convert movies to MP4 or you can download them from sights like www.pspcrazy.com, just become a member of their forums and you will be able to download shows like family guy already in MP4 format.
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What I wanna know is how to convert things to AVC. I've seen a trailer for Star Wars Episode IV, and it looks phenomenal. But it was in mov format, rather than mp4.
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On www.pspcrazy.com, they have a link to a new pspvideo9 that converts to AVC.
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