How to fast convert SWF files to PSP MP4 video files to let you watch your favorite SWF files on PSP? This article will show you an easy-to-use SWF to PSP converter program to help you convert SWF to PSP videos.
Xilisoft PSP Video Converter is a powerful video converter for PSP users to convert video files like SWF to PSP videos. Besides converting SWF to PSP, this PSP video converter also supports converting AVI, MPEG, MKV, WMV, MOV, RM, MP4, etc. videos to PSP MPEG-4, PSP AVC, PS3 MPEG-4 (480p, 720p, 1080p) videos.
Step 1: Free Download Xilisoft PSP Video Converter. Install and run it.
Step 2: Load SWF video files.
Click "Add File" button to load your SWF files.
Step 3: Set output format and output folder.
Click to highlight files you want to convert, click "Profile" drop-down button to choose a proper PSP profile as your output format.
Click "Browse" button to choose destination folder for saving your converted PSP video files.
Tips for using this SWF to PSP converter
Reset parameters: Click "Advanced Profile Settings" button to set various parameters for satisfying your needs.
Add another profile: Select a video and click the "Add Profile" button to choose another profile as your output format. In this way, you can get several video files with different profiles.
Step 4: Start to the conversion from SWF to PSP
Click "Convert" button to convert SWF to PSP.
Ok, done. After the conversion is completed, you can put the converted SWF videos on your PSP.
More info you can visit: Xilisoft PSP Video Converter
PSP System is using Memory Stick Duo to store games, music, videos and other content.
Step 1: Check your Memory Stick Duo: Be sure there is enough space for saving your video files. If this is the first time you've used it, you have to format your Memory Stick Duo to create the proper folder structure.
Step 2: Connect Memory Stick Duo to your computer.
Step 3: Open the Memory Stick Duo on your computer and copy video files to the VIDEO folder.
Note: If you're using a old version, you should put videos in the MP_ROOT/100MNV01 folder. And a normal PSP video should consist of a .MP4 and a .THM file.