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Video trouble I can't seem to get any videos on my psp I put thenm in the correct files but *** says no videos in mp_root. I have put MP_ROOT under videos and also have another folder with 100mnv or something. Please help!Thanks

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  • westy 93 Jul 25, 2008

    o right I should have thought of that really. Thanks a lot!

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Go to this link and look for psp and it should help..... www.sony.com

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  1. on the PSP go to settings -> USB connection
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  4. go back to the menu on the psp, you should be able to watch/listen to the files you added

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(1) It may depend on the firmware version of your PSP.
1. If the version is before 3.0, it seems that you have to make a directory named “MP_ROOT\100MNV01” under the root directory. Before you put your videos into that directory, you need to rename them like “M4V*****.MP4” (***** means five random numbers).
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Actually if the videos you want to put into your PSP are not MP4 format, you need 3rd party software normally called video converter to do conversion. I prefer to use Aimersoft PSP Converter Suite to do that job for it supports various video formats to be converted. You can find it on:
http://www.aimersoft.com/psp-converter-suite.html.
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