sayde wrote:It's also important to note that the audio files don't seem to come with the movie files. They're probably located somewhere else in the games iso. This should'nt be a problem if you just want to make an amv out of it. But if you want to view them at your own leisure just for the sake of doing so, then you might have a problem there.
sayde wrote:And Qyot27, I stand corrected about the sound problem. And those grey glicthes you see from to time seem to be impossible to get around. But I'd love to know if there was a way to convert it without getting those glicthes.
Qyot27 wrote:I seem to remember there was a program that could minimize the amount of those glitches when converting it. Unless that was mplayer (or rather, mencoder probably) again. Possibly running the .264 file through MP4Box (or YAMB, if you like a GUI), and then using the standard DirectShowSource trick to open ISO-AVC in AviSynth or VirtualDub would do it, but it's been so long since I had to deal with it that I can't remember very well what it was that stopped a lot of the glitching, if anything did at all.
fireemblem776 wrote:Were not allowed to post links to ISO's. Just google it up.
Qyot27 wrote:a program called UMD Dumper, which is currently at Beta v0.2, that can apparently dump the contents as an ISO file to either Memory Stick or your PC's hard drive. As I don't have a PSP I can't try this but it might be worth checking out.
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