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PS2 Media Player on Memory card
PS2 Media Player on Memory card –
Is there anyway to load the PS2 media player from the memory card? All i want to be able to do is burn the movie files onto a CD/DVD, load up player from the memory card and play the movie, any one know if this is possible?
Thanks in advance!
the easiest method is available if you have a dms3 modchip. ifnot, you would have to swap the media player disc, then swap the divx disx.
HyperSonic thanks for the reply. So i take it it would not work with Messiah V1?
it will work with ANY modchip given you know how to do it.
you have to use the MCLoader to place the ps2media.rar file onto your MC.
then you have to use Sjeep's exploit installer (after you configure it) to load MCLoader.ELF onto the MC.
then to start it up, just pop in the ps1 game you specified, MCLoader will come up, and choose load player from MC.
After that, just put your movie files in the drive and your good to go.
Why would you use the MCLoader if you have a modchip?
Are you able to use MCLoader to watch movie files on your PS2 WITHOUT a modchip? Are you able to get the needed files on your memory card via X-Port?
yes MCLoader works w/o a chip. like i said above, you first have to use MCLoader to place the player on the MC in the right directory. then you use the exploit installer to place the MCLoader onto your MC in the right place.
Thanks. I was able to get it working, and I can stream files with PS2VFS. Unfortunately, the video/audio is slightly choppy for every file that I've tried. Just enough to make it unwatchable.
Alright, I have an unmodded V7, is there anyway, I can use my laptop to install MP, through the netword adapter? I tried with pukklink and stuff, but I thought I needed a USB cord which I don't have, if there is a way to do it with out the USB cord, please let me know.
Also: How do you figure out the PS2's ip address?
I figured out my PS2's IP address by logging on to a game of SOCOM and looking at the log for my router.