Another little guide by me! The one and only DeMoN X ;) - TVSP Setup Guide 0.1 (0.2 Coming soon!)
Seem's a few members are having problems setting this up, Well this guide should cover these issues and explain how to get it up and running..
So here we go..
PSP Version 1.00/1.50, Wireless router, Compatible TV Card
Download : DScaler 4.1.15/14 http://deinterlace.sourceforge.net/
Download : TVSP http://www.afung.com/tvsp/
First of all install DScaler and after its installed replace the DI_Evenonly.dll with the one from thats included in tvsp.
Then run DScaler and set that up, It should then look like this :
Select your card from the menu (Either CX,SA,BT and other card)
Change pixel width from 720 to 320.
Then select deinterlace -> Even
Extract TVSP onto the memory stick PSP/GAME, Change TVSP.ini :
From this :
To this :Code:// Enter your PC's IP Address below // example : 192.168.1.1
(Or whatever your PC's LAN IP address is)Code:192.168.1.1
Load up TVSP and enjoy!
Compatablity list (To determine your card check DScaler menu)
BT Card = Working. (Recommended choice of card)
BT Card List : http://btwincap.sourceforge.net/supportedcards.html
CX Card = Working, Few minor problems with WinTV 34XX
SA Card = Unknown, But should work. (Need feedback please)
DShow = NOT Working at this moment in time.
PCTV USB , WinTV USB , WinTV-PVR USB, ATI All-in-Wonder
Check here for more card lists : http://www.dscaler.org/card-support/index.htm
Q : I'm getting overlay errors when I start DScaler what do I do?
A: Check here http://www.dscaler.org/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=1811
Q: My motherboard is beeping when I use DScaler deinterlace, How do i fix this?
A: Open DScaler (Any version), Change the deinterlace to something other than even. Set the pixel width to 320 then close DScaler.
Open DScaler again, Then select even deinterlace. Beeping sounds should be gone.
Q: I'm getting alot of lag when using this? How can i stop this?
A: TURN WLAN POWER SAVE OFF If that won't work check out magnoliafan method
If you are still having other problems check out this :Several people have posted that they get stuttering video. One frame, then a lag for several seconds, then another frame or two, then another delay, etc. I had this problem as well, and it was easy to correct. In DScaler, go to the Deinterlace menu. The only thing that should be checked is "Even Scanlines Only." I noticed that, by default, the first time I ran DScaler, it also had "Automatic Film / Video Detection" selected. That is what was causing the huge frame-dropping. When I deselected it, the problem went away.
Thanks to magnoliafan for posting that and thanks to any others for helping out with the guide.f you have TWO entries for "Even Scanlines Only" in the Deinterlace menu, then you need to make sure you overwrote DI_EvenOnly.dll in your Program Files -> DScaler directory with the new one from the TVSP package. I found that if I renamed the original file, it still showed up in the Deinterlace menu, along with the new one, and both had the same name! One of course would NOT work with TVSP. So overwrite the original one...
I've noticed if you go into DScaler and mess with options on some of the other menus, it can alter the settings you already had for "BT Card -> Pixel Width", "Deinterlace," and so forth. So make sure these are set to 320 and Even, respectively.
Also, don't forget to forward port 8888 on your wireless router (if your security settings require this) or else you won't get a connection.
One last thing: If TVSP worked at some point in the past and doesn't anymore, it may be something simple:
- Does your system get a new IP address via DHCP if you reboot? If so, the IP
specified in the TVSP.INI file on your PSP may no longer contain the right IP address.
-If your IP changed, be sure to update your router port forwarding with the new IP address. No sense forwarding port 8888 for 192.168.0.3 when your IP was changed to 192.168.0.4!
-DScaler may not remember the last state in which you left it. Verify that the settings are still correct (320, Even only, no Automatic Film / Video Detection).