I have used Lenogo to convert a video file to my PSP and when i play the file back on the PSP it says "Unregistered Version" for a while through the middle of the psp screen and then changes to "Powered by Lenogo to PSP converter" and then the lenogo website address and i am not sure why as i have purchased the software and have the licence number etc. please can you help me? I have tried different video files as i though it could have been that file but it happens to all the files i convert.
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maybe video format is not compatiable with PSP. I heard this video converter converts video files, YouTube videos, movies so you can play
them on your PSP. The software can convert all types of video files
(avi, divx, xvid, flv, x264, vob, mpeg, YouTube, etc.) into the
proper video formats (MPEG-4, H.264) that play on the PSP.
The PSP only reads mp4 type video files. You cannot use youtube videos directly on the PSP. However, there is a way to convert them. You can click into the following application. I have this myself, so that I can convert flash videos to MP4 format to play on my PSP:
You just convert from youtube to mp4 format with the program above and transfer the mp4 file to your PSP and it will work just fine. You can download a free demo of the ImToo program, but it will convert only up to 3 minutes of video.
lately my psp has been doing that too. i'm not sure why, it might have something to do with the update or mp4's in general.
what i found i could do to get the mp4 onto the psp was to download PSP Video 9 and use it to convert the mp4 file onto the psp. video9 is free and doesn't take long to download. here's the download link: