I've been thinking about this, and since i don't know sh*t about coding things, i'd thought why not post it at QJ.
I'm sure there are guys here that also own a PDA besides a PSP, and maybe they've heard of this program, it's called TCPMP and its an open source videoplayer for PDA's.
With it u can just put any divx/xvid file on your memorycard and play it.
No matter what resolution apperently, because when i put a xvid avi file with lets say, 640x352(16:9) on my SD card, it just resizes it to fit the screen and plays fine.
I like this program, because i'm so sick and tired of re-encoding everything just to play on your handheld.
And this one doesn't require any re-encoding. (And i don't care about filesize of the avi's because i got a 4gb memorycard and i watch something once and then toss it away anyways)
So i thought maybe its possible use this program (since its open source) and make it work on the psp somehow. Because the PSP screen is much better to watch video on than a PDA screen.
Maybe someone here who knows more of these kind of things is willing to look into this idea and maybe use the TCPMP program code to make some sort of TCPSP version?
Of course i know there's the pmplayer that plays avi's on psp, but u still have to re-encode to pmp format.
Well, thats my idea, i hope someone here can do something with it.
If not, it was just an idea!
TCPMP site can be found here:
http://tcpmp.corecodec.org (currently offline)
But u can still download it here