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wraggster
April 14th, 2005, 20:46
check out the new features

http://www.nullriver.com/index/products/pspware

VERSION 2.0.1
Fixes crash when adding many movies for conversion.
Fixes movie conversion failure when using 4:3 aspect ratio.

VERSION 2.0.0
Added "Sync Profiles" -- Sync different files to each memory stick (if you have more than one)!
Added "Dropboxes" -- allows you to sync pre-converted content by dropping files into appropriate folders.
You can now resize appropriate PSPWare window sections.
You can now change where the PSPWare documents folder is stored.
Overhauled backup interface, added option to limit number of backups kept.
Application and status menu item are now separate.
PSPWare now appears in the dock and has a menu bar.
Added option to open PSPWare when a PSP is connected.
Added dual CPU support for movie conversions.
PSPWare will now sync the PSP when movie conversions complete (if auto-sync is enabled in Advanced).
Added movie conversion % completed display.
Music albums are now sorted by disk number, track number.
Added option to change sorting of music (playlist order, title, track number + disc number).
Added option to change sorting of photos (album order, title).
Added workaround for a PSP bug where movies without sound cause the PSP to hang on black screen.
Fixed slow motion audio on some movies.
Fixed movie preview icons (broken by Sony PSP firmware 1.50)
Fixed syncing of aliased iTunes, iPhoto libraries that are on another volume/in another folder.
Improved movie conversion speed.
Improved movie conversion quality for Above Normal and High settings.
Removed rude "jump to foreground" when registration dialog appears.
New menu bar status item sync animation -- thanks to Rob!
Added warning dialogs for movie and backup removal.
Movies and backups are now moved to the trash instead of being deleted.
Start on login is now disabled by default (user friendliness).

lukej101
April 14th, 2005, 21:25
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Maroonie
April 14th, 2005, 21:31
Lol -

I have an apple mac g5 dual 2.5 with an ATI x800 - I'm a Graphic designer, so i hope I'm not a loser ;) :rolleyes:

Nice to see the dual processor support - the movie rips fly on my machine now.


Best

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Jdemon
April 14th, 2005, 23:36
"Windows user?
PSPWare for Windows is coming, stay tuned for updates! You will soon be able to enjoy the best PSP integration solution on your Windows PC."

And it just so happens I have an AMD Athlon64 3400+ ATI, Radeon 9800 XT, and 2 GB RAM....but I don't work in Graphics all that much :cool: