[Guide] Streaming PMP Video's to PSP
I'm going to make a quick guide on this, Since you can now stream PMP video's on PMP :D , And it works great i've already tested this myself.
Its quite hard to get up and running since http://www.optixx.org/ , Does not explain how to use it well, So i'll make an easy guide.
PMP Mod M4g3
February 19th, 2006
* Moved Controller polling to gobal Kernel Thread
* HOME Button works now to stop the app
Download Link (Newest Version) : Goto http://optixx.org/ and find the Newest binary posted on the site.
Guide by DeMoN X :
You will need :
Microsoft Installer 2.0
Python 2.4.2 - http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.4.2/python-2.4.2.msi
Install Python 2.4.2 (You might need Microsoft Installer 2.0 to install it) Once installed make a folder called C:/Movies and place any PMP Files you have there. (Note: The filename of the pmp cant have spaces.)
Now you need to edit the pmp.ini , And change :
To your PC's LAN IP address.
# Net Io Config
con = 0;
enabled = 1;
uri = 192.168.0.100:3333;
debug = 1;
You might need to edit the first variable (con) in the ini to specify what connection you need to use -
Con = 0 (First Connection)
Con = 1 (Second Connection) Etc..
Save your modifed pmp.ini , and put the PMPMOD on your memory stick.
Next, double-click on pmp_server.py.
A DOS box will appear that means the server is running it should look something like this (Don't worry about the DOS Box being blank thats normal, When you run stream from PMP-Mod text will appear in the Box)
PMP Server Running (Depending on Version, May show text or not.)
PMP Server Streaming
Now run PMPMod on your PSP. and you can now stream any PMP files you have in 'C:/Movies' on your PSP.
Another Note: make sure you have a .pmp (any) file in your ms0:/PSP/Video if you don't you will get an error when starting PMPMod
In some cases a static connection is needed for PMP to work.
Triangle to exit PMP, Instead of home.
Extra Info :
Static Connection - HOW TO :
Make a connection using automatic then make another connection (this will be the static IP) and scan it and enter your IP Manually..Example:"192.16 8.0.55" and put your subnet mask and default router and your primary DNS. Save it and launch the PMP.
Thanks to NEvolution
Since not everybody prefers to place their videos in "C:/Movies", here's a guide to changing the folder destination.
1. Right click "pmp_server.py"
2. Choose "Edit with IDLE"
3. Find the code:
if platform.system() == 'Windows':
and replace the bolded text to your prefered folder location.
4. Save and exit. The folder is now changed.
Also, in order to make a 0kb .pmp file, create a new text document and rename the extension ".txt" to ".pmp".
If you don't see the ".txt" at the end of the text document, go to any open Folder window and go to:
Tools > Folder options... > View > uncheck "Hide extensions for known filetypes"
The extension will now appear and you can change it to ".pmp".
If your doing something wrong PMP look's something like this :
Check over the guide to see if you've missed out on anything.
Thanks to NEvolution , omnirage and other's for the helping out with the guide.