Sothink PSP Video Converter

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License: Free to try
Downloads: 4
Op. System: Windows XP/2000/98
Last updated: 2010-11-10
File size: 8.03 MB
Publisher: Sothink Media
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Publisher description for Sothink PSP Video Converter

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Sothink Video Converter, a professional PSP Converter that converts various video to PSP video (MP4 format for Sony PlayStation Portable). This video converter provides you faster video to PSP Movie conversion speed and better PSP video quality than any other PSP converter. This video converter also supports a wide variety of source video formats including AVI, MPEG, vob, wmv, rm, rmvb, qt, dat video, etc to PSP movie. And it also can convert PSP (mp4) movie to AVI, MPEG, iPod (mp4), 3GPP, or 3GPP2. Main Features Convert all popular formats of video to PSP video/movie Support a wide variety of source video formats, which includes but is not limited to MPEG, MPG, MPE, DAT, VOB, AVI, ASF, WMV, ASX, DV, RM, RMVB, MOV, QT, MP4, 3GP, 3GP2, 3G2, 3GPP. Higher conversion speed, and better quality The conversion speed is 200% faster than other PSP converters because of our own MMX/SSE/SSE2 optimized encoding core. And the picture quality of the output PSP video/movie is better than that created by other PSP video converter under the same setting. Help you load the converted mp4 movie to your PSP It can automatically create correct Folders and file names for the created mp4 video files on your PSP (Memory Stick) so that your PSP can recognize and play the videos. Edit source video before conversion Sothink Video Converter provides you professional yet easy-to-use crop & trim functions for editing source videos. So you can remove the black bars, cut out unwanted picture detail conveniently, and set start/end time of the created PSP video as you like. Provide different zoom modes There are 3 different zoom modes ("LetterBox", "Pan&Scan", "Stretch") you can choose to make the converted PSP video fit your PSP screen perfectly. Support conversion into wide-screen formats (16:9) with no doubt.

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