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SMS supports what video files?
SMS supports what video files? –
Been searching the forum but can't find any list of supported video formats.
So far knew of only *.avi files.
Does SMS supports any other video formats?
visit here ......http://sms.psx-scene.com/
Currently video support codec :mpeg 4 codec:xvid,mpeg4 ASAP,'DIV3', 'MP43', 'MPG3',DIV5', 'DIV6', 'DIV4', 'AP41', 'COL1', 'COL0';
Audio:mp3 vbr/cbr,ac3(supported 5.1 digital oprical out),mpa1,mpa2,pcm wave
Sub : .sub,.srt,.txt( sub support:english,arabic,chinese( not well supported but some unofficial complied release) ,other lang pls read forum)
Container:.AVI,.Mp3,Coming soon Mpeg playback
So basically you need to mux compatible audio/video on AVI container.Use simple MPeg4 profile,avoid high bitrate >2000kbps(depends on where you play the file:network,usb,usb hdd,thumb drive,dvd drive,HDD.Playback on HDD/DVD/cd media can support playback with higher bitrate otherwize to suffice with bitrate between 700kbps -1500 kbps)
Read more on the Forum..many updates come unofficialy and officially....
Thank you very much!
A very detailed explanation indeed.
1. I'd like to know what's the maximum resolution SMS support? Can I go up to 900x600 or higher?
2. Can I load SMS on a CD/DVD instead of having it on the memory card?
@itaintrite: 1. 1024 pixels maximum in width and/or height;
2. It does not depend on SMS;
Thanks for the fast reply. So 1) is answered. I don't quite get what you mean by 2). All I'd like to know is whether or not there's a version of SMS which can be burnt onto a CD or DVD and booted as a game?
Nevermind, figured out I can download the standalone version. Thanks.
Last edited by itaintrite; 01-05-2007 at 05:07 AM.
And what EEUG meant is that the ability to boot a program from a burned CD/DVD is not controlled by that program. It is controlled by the fact that you have some non-Sony method for enabling this ability, which is otherwise always disabled by the PS2 BIOS of Sony.
Originally Posted by itaintrite
The only ways to enable booting of burned discs are to either install a mod-chip or to use a so-called 'Swap' disc (You start booting with a pressed disc, then abuse the tray mechanism to swap to a burned disc without the BIOS noticing.)
Best regards: dlanor
Yes, I was asking since I have a modchip and it would be easier for the more eh.. simple-minded people, those who I would not name .
then you can either use the CD image provided on the website (version 1.9 rev 0), or you can create it yourself using the tutorial on that same page (for the latest version)