Thread: When I save a video from my PSP internet browser, it says "Corrupt Data."

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  1. #1 When I save a video from my PSP internet browser, it says "Corrupt Data." 
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    It asks where to save, and I select the VIDEO folder, and it goes from 1-100% and says "Complete" but when I go to find it under the folder it says "Corrupt Data." It says it is an mp4, so I don't know what the problem can be.
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    But what if I'm trying to get videos I can't find on there. And the videos aren't long, just like 40 seconds.
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    They may be MP4's, but they are not necessarily in the right format.

    You need to use a converter to get it into the right format, and you should probably put them on via the PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bewood View Post
    You need to use a converter to get it into the right format, and you should probably put them on via the PC.
    the easiest way would be through media go
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    In my opinion total video converter converts them just fine, more customization.
    Allows more quality or less quality (and it makes the proper mp4 file it says "PSP MPEG4") allows better quality audio and it also allows you to change videos into audios, nice program =).

    Again that's Total video converter.

    The trial sucks tho it only allows you to make 20% of the video then stops lol.
    i am an idiot.


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    MP4 is just a container, it can contain any number of video and audio codecs, for the PSP to play it the video needs to be AVC and the audio AAC. There are also resolution and bitrate limits.


    Quote Originally Posted by Smokexz View Post
    In my opinion total video converter converts them just fine, more customization.
    Allows more quality or less quality (and it makes the proper mp4 file it says "PSP MPEG4") allows better quality audio and it also allows you to change videos into audios, nice program =).

    Again that's Total video converter.

    The trial sucks tho it only allows you to make 20% of the video then stops lol.
    SUPER does all of that, and it's free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killer3737 View Post
    MP4 is just a container, it can contain any number of video and audio codecs, for the PSP to play it the video needs to be AVC and the audio AAC. There are also resolution and bitrate limits.




    SUPER does all of that, and it's free.
    Yes, I would also highly recommend SUPER. Been using it for about 2 years now, and it'll handle all of your media conversion needs just fine.

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