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This is a discussion on Mac Video Converter within the PSP General Help forums, part of the PSP Help Center category; ....
Last edited by Rakien; 03-07-2011 at 08:08 PM.
You can download PSPWARE for mac, it is free, or at least shareware. I use it and it is good. You could also try a programe called HandBrake, also free. Your thikrd option is ffmpegX. Also free.
Hope this helps.
depends on what you mean by the term free... if you know where to look you can unlock anything for free... just like you can on a PCOriginally Posted by Rakien
ffmpeg... try a search on "versiontracker.com" btw: PSPware and iPSP are not free (unless you know where to look)
Last edited by unwanted; 11-22-2005 at 04:36 AM.
There is a free version of iPSP. I have it and im on a mac. It converts videos and everything, but has a lot of errors. Try ffmpegx. Thats what I use.Originally Posted by unwanted
To surrender to ignorance and call it God has always been premature, and it remains premature today.
Must be a really, really old version to be free...Originally Posted by AzureBlack
Current Versions (23/11/05 GMT):
iPSP v2.5.7 (OSX 10.4 or higher), not free (buy to unlock fully)...
PSPware v2.1.4 (OSX 10.3.9 or higher), not free (buy to unlock fully)...
ffmpegX v0.0.9t r4 (OSX 10.3 or higher), not free (buy to unlock fully)...
Forty-Two DVDVX Plus v2.6 (OSX 10.3 or higher), not free (buy to unlock fully)...
MyPSP 1.0 Preview, (OSX 10.2 or higher), FREE
iPSP Movie Loader v1.0.2 (OSX 10.3 or higher), FREE
HomebrewPSP Converter v1.0 (OSX 10.4.1 or higher), FREE
Last edited by unwanted; 11-23-2005 at 04:34 PM.
Thats odd, cause I downloaded and installed ffmpegx only a short while ago and it was free, adn I dont use limewire or bittorrent. Wonder if I can dig up the versions. Ill let ya know.Originally Posted by unwanted
yeah pspware will probably work. I dont think they make psp video 9 for the MAC, but i may be mistaken.
The trial version is fully functional excepted for the "SVCD>DVD" and "DVD>DVD4GB" tools, and is not time-limited.Originally Posted by AzureBlack
so therefore to use I take it can still be classified as not free and not fully functional... (unless you either pay or unlock it another way)