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Video Doesn't Work!

Posted: Sat, 20th Sep 2008, 9:27pm

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Quadsworth

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I just bought videowrap, and for my first try, I converted a short, quicktime movie to psp, and the sound works, but there is a blank image (on my computer). When I put it on my psp, the psp says "this video cannot be displayed". I have tryed this over and over, but it doesn't work. What's wrong?
Posted: Sat, 20th Sep 2008, 10:58pm

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Axeman

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Can you please provide the specifics of the format and codec of the original video, and exactly what settings you were exporting to?
Posted: Sun, 21st Sep 2008, 2:41am

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Quadsworth

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I don't know what that means.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Sep 2008, 1:22am

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Quadsworth

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Helooooooooooooooooooooooo?
Anyone?
Posted: Tue, 23rd Sep 2008, 2:50am

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Axeman

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We need to know what format (.mov, .avi, etc.) and codec (compressor/decompressor) the original clip is in, that you are importing to Videowrap; and what settings you were selecting in Videowrap for exporting to.

I've just noticed in re-reading your original post that you mention the original clip was in Quicktime format, so we just need to know what codec it was in. Also, what software was used to create the clip might be helpful. and you are exporting for PSP, but can you explain exactly which settings you are selecting?
Posted: Sat, 27th Sep 2008, 9:59pm

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Quadsworth

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I got it from itunes, it's .mov, i selected playback devices -> games consoles -> SOny psp-> videowrap my movie.
Posted: Sat, 27th Sep 2008, 10:19pm

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Axeman

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Well, if you got it from iTunes, I'm pretty sure there is copy protection embedded into the video file, to prevent you from copying it.
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2008, 3:18am

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Quadsworth

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Gah! Evil!
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2008, 3:18am

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Quadsworth

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thanks for telling me.
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2008, 6:37am

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Axeman

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Yeah, its sometimes annoying. Not sure if iTunes Plus does any video stuff or not, but they do sell audio without copy protection, at a higher price. Might be worth checking out.