Wireless (Video) Streaming For PSP - Ever wanted to watch your computer's video library on your PSP? Stream it wirelessly with these tools!
Considering how popular DLNA streaming is on PS3, RandQalan of PSX-Scene has decided to replicate that idea with this small app collection. Inside this download you'll find three archives: one contains the server app to be run on your computer, alongside a video converter and media player designed for PSP. By using all of these tiny tools together, you should be able to watch uncompressed video clips without having to transfer them to your memory stick. Check out the full details below!
Figured I make a little package that is kind of fun, especially if you have a PSP GO Model and a Bluetooth head set with PS3 controller :D
This works for my 3G 3000 as well with PRO on both and yes test as well with ME 6.20
Download all Files.
Convert avi to PMP with AVItoPMP_1.2.0__build_77_.rar
while that is going on transfer to GAME folder UoPMPlayer_660.zip of course decompressed :D
Run small GUI.2.1_full.7z set up for your wireless network and do the same for PSP before running UoPMPlayer
Now if all is set up well you now can stream movies to PSP with your network
Have fun and good luck
Many thanks go out to all devs that made this possible and a few people that helped me find the newest converter and PRO-C2 collection and his 6.20 ME as wel
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