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the damned mediaplyer image dont work on my modded ps2
the damned mediaplyer image dont work on my modded ps2 –
i've got a mesiiah 2 pro installed and when i burned the image with nero it didnt work i burned it with TAO,DAO and nothing worked is there a reason or can somebody help me
damn 21 views and no replies i mean sheesh you could at least try an help me i would really like to watch divx on my ps2 oh and while searching around i found some other vcd and divx player whose readme said this:Ps2 VCD/DivX Player
Finally you can play your VCDs and AVI's right on your PS2 console !
*Play ANY VCD or AVI using the (C)Divx codec
*Use your controller as a remote (NO PS2 REMOTE NEEDED!)
*Divx 4.12 ported directly to PS2 by Da-Expert.
*Supports both NTSC/PAL (Selector)
This is simple to burn and use, just load the .cue file into CDRWIN and burn onto a blank CDR.
Then with your modchipped PS2 load it up & boot ! This file is NOT a self booter so if you don't
have a modchip grab a copy of my bootcd.
Burn at 1x speed (no faster !!)
VCD Controller Functions
X = Play
O - Stop
R1 = Rewind
L1 = Forward
Start = Pause
R2 = Bring up the Divx Menu
L2 = Bring up the PS2 VCD Main Menu (options)
Made a few small chnages, abd fixed that menu bug
that one didnt work for me neither
Stuff by "Da-Expert" is well known to be fake.
If the 1.28e media player image is cue+bin use CDRWin to burn it.
1.) You gotta have a chipped PS2.
2.) Your DivX needs to be burned in Mode2 format. The default data settings in nearly all burning programs is Mode 1. The .cue file used to create the player disc instructs CDRWIN to burn in Mode2 Format, so it is reccomended for burning your player to CD-R.
3.) Some older mods have a CD-R limit based on a 650MB CD, not a 700MB--the PS2Reality was designed to this spec originally, so the TOC limit may still apply. Make sure your source DivX is not over 700MB's before burning--especially if you plan to put the player and movie on the same disc somehow. If the movie and player are on seperate discs, you may need to bypass the eject notification with a no-solder mod installation when you go to put the movie disc in. It's best to put the player and movie on the same disc if you can fit it.
4.) Watch your bit rates. Video bitrate doesn't have to be out there with DivX--this is not VCD or SVCD, you're doing .avi which suffers less pixelation at hgiher compression levels. Don't go off the wall out there or you may get choppy playback. I think the last release supports several audio formats, but MP3 is still an ideal choice for your audio when muxing the streams together-just don't go overboard on the rate. 128 or 192 is usually more then enough to get decent quality.