Today, another homebrew player has revealed itself on the internet. I'm now acting very calm, but in fact I'm starting to boil inside! Read the following text and join the boil with me! =D
PSPlayerMT is a homebrew audio/video player for the PSP, which is capable of playing AVI videos with resolution up to email@example.com fps without lags. Yay! No more transcoding! The GUI is currently very simple, but the performance is so great. However unfortunately, we can't figure out the name of the author to give the credit to. All we know now is that it is made by a Korean guy.
UPDATE: Boys over at CNGBA has confirmed that this player also works on 2.00+ PSP too! Upgraded users, download the eLoader and join the wonderful homebrew scene now! =D
Here are some more details from the readme:
It supports the following extensions and formats:
* Video: AVI, MOV, MP4, OGM, MKV, NUT, ASF, WMV. Audio: MP3, M4A, WMA, OGG, WAV.
* MPEG1/2/4 video(DivX, XviD), Windows Media Video, Ogg theora, Mpeg audio (MP2, MP3, AAC), AC3, OGG, Windows Media Audio
How to use the program:
* Left Shoulder - Start from beginning
* Right Shoulder - Go to Menu
* Circle - Select the file
* Triangle - Zoom
* Square - Displays info
* Home - Quit
* D-pad Left - Rewind
* D-pad Right - Fast forward
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If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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