March 31, 2008

(DVD to PSP) How to Put DVDs on PSP

If you’ve got a Sony PSP, one of the things you probably want to do is put movies on it. After all, despite the small screen, movies really do look great on the PSP, and it’s a lot easier to carry around than a laptop or portable DVD player.

In this guide we will explain how to rip video off of any DVD and get it onto your PSP (DVD to PSP ).

Step 1:

Obtain and install AoA DVD Ripper.

Be sure to download the most recent version from This site.

Designed for Windows 98SE/ME/2000/NT/XP/2003/Vista


2-1. Start the program.

2-2. Set the output format to "Sony PSP (*.mp4/*.thm)".

2-3. Load your DVD.


Step 3:

Select the root directory of your DVD disk in the previous step and press OK.

DVD to Psp

Step 4 (Optional):

Press the Settings button.

DVD to psp

Step 5 (Optional):

You can configure output size, frame rate and bitrate on this window.

dvd to psp

Step 6:

Double-check the title, the output type, the subtitle, set the output directory, and press the Start button.


Step 7:

Sit back and watch your movie convert before your very eyes!

AoA DVD Ripper has an option to shutdown your PC when done for those long, overnight jobs.

Click here to see the guide on how to extract video clip or scene from a DVD.

DVD to psp

Step 8:

Put the movie on your PSP.

Copy the converted video files (M4VXXXXX.mp4 and M4VXXXXX.thm) to the folder \MP_ROOT\100MNV01\ in the MemoryStick.

6 komentar:

Anonymous said...

wuts after step 8 i did all that and i went to my videos and it was'nt there

Anonymous said...

Yeah - have to bloody register program. dont bother

Anonymous said...

thats cause those x s you have to input a number for each x it has to be a number but if you dont buy there full version you can only watch 10 mins or less get the zc video converter its free same steps but you dont have to pay for it

Anonymous said...

well... lets just see... 4 now, i don't have an external dvd driver.. coz my laptop doesn't have it.. -jesse/filipino trainee in japan...

Siddharth Manoj Ramani said...

this is a foolish thing instead we can watch it in the big screen of our laptop or the portable DVD player

Anonymous said...

You have to save it in the file called "video" on your PSP's window.

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