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Thanks EEUG, getting the universal gamer to work made me uber happy.
UDF iso –
I always burn in udf iso. And sms show the filename correctly. Maybe your ps2 or modchip not support udf. So sms read the filename from iso not udf.
You plax That video fine without line problem? Have you posted that sms elf on your web? (sory, i cant open your web because i forgot the url)
The filesystem is both iso and udf.Under filesystem i select ISO9660 + UDF
Originally Posted by orangpelupa
yes, i use that iso udf combination, and sms show the files normaly on my ps2
Could someone tell me why this clip freezes and the soudn gets bugged sometimes? link Censored by EEUG, sorry (sorry that it's so big but this was the only way to see my problem in it's full "beauty") I am playing it via SMB, tried USB but no improvement.
EEUG: I'll take a look at it as soon as download will be finished, thank you...
I suggest that you provide a decent link to your clip instead, as I don't think anyone here is interested in letting a site like that run their scripts on our home computers. I certainly will never allow that kind of crap, and I don't think EEUG has any leanings in that direction either
Originally Posted by gogydm
Apparently he's already on it, which was VERY generous of him, though he fortunately did have the good taste to protect others from that script-running site.
Best regards: dlanor
...actually, I never ever saw such kind of a clip: 752x416@50 frames per second. PS2 is just not powerful enough to decode it at such high framerate...
Uhm, reporting some problems with SMS 2.3.
I'm using a PAL TV capable of NTSC playback (set to NTSC in SMS), but somewhere around 2.1 I had to set display height and width to 440 - 640 because the menu is cut on the sides otherwise.
Now, the problem with 2.3 (works in 2.2) is that with those display settings a rectangle (of those exact dimensions, 440-640, or whatever dimensions I set the display to in SMS options) of higher contrast is shown on the screen. The area outside the rectangle is of slighty lower contrast, enough so that there's color difference between the two.
I tried several AVI files, and have pinned the problem down to the same batch of files (Nanashi Eureka Seven anime, Qpel encoded, 704x528x23fps, 165kbps) that I had problems with a few months back, before you, EEUG, checked in the patches for Qpel-encoded clips.
The time scroller, and rewinding/fast forwarding also don't work with those clips, regardless whether they're played from DVD or USB.
One more thing...I don't know if this is due to my crappy USB stick (Transcend Jetflash 256MB that I got for free ) or the USB transfer speeds but several anime files that I've tried to play get pretty choppy in some scenes (regardless of SMS version) if played from USB, but have no problems running from DVD.
Some will have problems in the beginning of the file, run fine for a few minutes, then just freeze totally at random times... some will just freeze as soon as they get choppy. :s
Gonna have to try this with another stick, but just thought of writing it down if someone has had similar problems.
All of those files had bitrate around 160 or more kbps; all AVIs with different encoder options.
..."a rectangle ... of higher contrast is shown on the screen": here nothing is shown. Maybe it is related to brightness control (try to change brightness to see is this rectangle is affected);
..."The time scroller, and rewinding/fast forwarding also don't work with those clips": most probably these clips contain non-standard/bad/unsupported kind of so-called "indices";
...regarding USB: in PS2 it pretty slow. Transfer speed depands also on fragmentation of your FAT filesystem on your stick. I would recommend to use SMB capable HDD...