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    psp PMP Mod AVC v1.01 Released

    Jonny posted this new release of his Video App for PSP:

    - Added zoom, aspect ratio, luminosity boost.
    - Now runs at 120mhz, in the worst situation this should still give 37-40fps (if someone experience stuttering, please contact me).

    Battery consumption is around 20% for a 2 hours movie.
    Key mapping is slightly different from PMP Mod, the next PMP Mod version will use this mapping too (many thanks to $#@!yDick1969 for testing this combination).

    Keys while playing:

    triangle = exit
    o = toggle osd

    square = pause/play
    left/right = rw/ff
    x + left/right = faster rw/ff

    up/down = change volume
    select = cycle audio streams

    left/right triggers = change luminosity
    start = cycle aspect ratios
    x + up/down = zoom up/down

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    this just keeps getting better great job man

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    Quote Originally Posted by felonyr301
    this just keeps getting better great job man
    Agreed! Liking the low power consumption muchly! (Good for camping, travelling, etc. where there's no power!!)

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    well then raphael...

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    Hi folks,

    i haven't followed this progression much but i have a question. I have an old version of the pmp playing prog, i convert my avi to the pmp format but is this avc codec better and smaller then the avi->pmp ?
    avc was supported by FW2.0 and higher right?

    greets ghoti

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    Yes, AVC is a much higher quality codec than the previous MPEG-4 standards... and .PMP isn't a format, it's just a container that includes the MPEG-4 video and MP3 audio if that makes any sense.

    Once again, this is great stuff, easily my favorite homebrew prog besides the up and coming Deadelus...

    If I may, I'd like to request being able to save your playback point on a movie though and possibly sleep mode so that you don't always have to FF and RW to the spot you were at before having to turn it off . Thanks for this great piece of software

    Another thought... being that you can underclock and still run 480x272 at full speed, do you think it would be a possibility to add support for up to 720x480 and adjust the clock speed accordingly (blocks become much less obvious at higher resolutions)? Then it would be just like the UMD Video ... and how about the possibility of .ogg support (much higher quality at much lower bitrates saves more space)?

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    Well I really want to try this one but if someone could point me to a program that would easy the encoding process I would be gratefull. SO far, by reading the "official pmp forum thread" on ps2dev, It seems to be a paint in the Ass to encode into AVC, or maybe it's just be?
    Could anyone point me to an app or a nice tutorial?
    Also a technical question, as far as I know encoding AVC is much faster than encoding xvid or divx, am I right or wrong? (regardless the factor of your desktop environnement)

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    doom9.org has many tutorials on video encoding.

    You can learn enough there and translate it to your needs.

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    Gonna stick with psplayer this is too comlplex to convert

    or does someone have a quick way to convert to pmp?

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    Can this run standard mpegs?

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