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Great Idea –
@spkleader I think the Idea is very good.
The best way is add a zero length file to the SMS folder (named something like "support.get"), and it will be a flag to indicate SMS to take support files
(USBD.IRX, *.mtf, SMS.cfg...) from SMS boot folder, instead from mem card.
@BigMichiel shame on You! Netherlands is in the WC, and you choose not watch?
If only I was as lucky as You... The Israeli team did not qualified
(We had the same score as Switzerland, but they had better goals ratio)
btw, WC06 caused me to miss sex with a girl I met on the beach in Tel Aviv
the summer is long, I hope I will get lucky again...
@Rami1: I'm just not a fan of soccer But hey, everone's different, isn't it?
well, the eight are Germany, Argentina, England, Portugal, Italy, Ukraine, Brazil and France...the show will begin on friday ...I hope good football and no scandals, like penalty gifts or offside goals...and the best will win...
I analized every match...and have some $ on the betting market
btw, now I wish to have sex with a german girl...so "double peasure"
PS2 V10 NTSC / MI v1.82 / ULE 3.80 / SMS 1.7.5 / HDL 0.8 / 300G HDD
High-Definition avi is freezing
High-Definition avi is freezing –
I'm trying to run a high definition video on SMS 1.7 rev 4, but I got some freezes. What is the highest bitrate SMS supports?
My avi file:
video: 960x544 00:43:08 23.97fps XviD 1.8Mbps
audio: 48KHz 00:43:08 5 chanels 448Kbps
Maybe the 5ch Dolby AC3 audio data is overloading ps2, try just for testing to cut a segment of the avi without any sound (use virtualdub).
Last edited by rami1; 06-28-2006 at 03:42 AM.
I have a copy of Blade(the 1st one) and when I press select to skip forward it shows as a 5+ hour film and will not skip forward more than a minute or so.
@leo_lns: the combination of your bitrate & resolution is too high. You can get a bit more performance by using the S/PDIF passthrough, but you'll need an optical link to your stereo. There is no simple answer to your question (which isn't a bug report), I've played bitrates over 3000 without freezing.
@<__>: your video has bad indexes. You can fix it by doing a direct stream copy using VirtualDub.
Ah thanks dude,I have been going through my vids and have noticed a couple like it so I'll do them together.
Originally Posted by rathunter
Ok. I tried with the S/PDIF disabled, same problem. I've a optical link trough my home-theater. Well, It was really overloading the ps2 (or SMS), I just rip the avi again, preserving the 5ch Dolby AC3 and lowering the Bit Rate to 950Kbps, it worked smoothly. I also tried with 1250kbps, still got a little freezes on fast scenes, but it is good enough to watch. Thanks
Originally Posted by rami1
I'm not quite sure this is a bug or a known limitation of SMS so far, but the sound quality for audio track in MP3 48khz 128/160/192 is really bad. I started using SMS today and noticed that the audio track of videos sounded like 11khz mp3 with big metal phaser effect on sound and noise. I started a thorough test on like 50 movies and noticed that the only movie that got a perfect sound had MP3 48khz 256. I'm wondering if this is something that has been discussed before or is being worked on.
Other than that its working flawlessly. Thanks for this great player !