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DivX movies on HDLoader: Unbelievably simple
DivX movies on HDLoader: Unbelievably simple –
Now, before I go any further, you must understand the following:
You cannot pause the movie once it has begun
You cannot modify the playback settings
You cannot rewind/fast forward
You can only watch the movie
You can only have one movie per HDAdvance partition
If you agree, please continue reading
What you need:
A copy of AR MAX EVO (I mean a backup copy) (don't ask for this, as I will not give it to you; Google is your friend)
The MAX media creator computer software
HDLoader and a HDD (duh)
A means to transfer data to your HDD (FAPLink, etc)--while this isn't absolutely necessary, I find it the easiest way of going about things
A way to generate ISOs (CDRWIN works beautifully)
Copy all of the ARMAX EVO Files to your computer's Hard Drive into an isolated folder
Take the movie you wish to watch and convert it into the ARMAX standard using the MAX media creator software
Take the newly compressed movie and rename it INTRO.AVI
Take this INTRO.AVI and replace it with ARMAX EVO's INTRO.AVI
Take all of the root files (ARMAX EVO files) and toss them into CDRWIN and build a new standard ISO or BIN
Transfer this ISO over to your PS2's HD via FAPLiNK or some other means
Reboot your PS2, access HDLoader load up ARMAX EVO.
Access the 'media' portion of EVO and the INTRO.AVI should start up and play the whole movie!
Enjoy! (and make the popcorn *before* you start the flick )
nothing new but I guess its nice to let everyboady know that dose not know already
if its new then why does every one ask how to play movies on ps2?
I believe that the question is how to be able to put dvd movies on the hdd. Like Frankthebunny said..you have NO functions other than to watch the movie, which is a divix in avi format. Plus you can only have one movie per partition. I hope I helped clearify that for you Alchemist.
Keep in mind you need to re-encode the video using the Max media creator software which, yes, we all know sucks in quality, but on the bright side, you can punch up the quality settings all to maximum variable without worry, as the increased data output speeds from the HD allow for smooth playback of virtually anything with minimum to no skipping, jitter or slowdown.
Sacrificing quality and playback features: small prices to pay....props to the first discoverers of this.
Who watches movies straight through???
This is a BS fix.
And who wants to re-encode after encoding once already??
You said DIVX.
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Hey, at least it's a start; at least Frank wast trying! If you aren't going to contribute anything constructive, you shouldn't really contribute at all.
Originally Posted by jetblac
Okay, I tested it out...it works, but there's a problem:
what's with the horrendously annoying high-pitch noise during the playback?
Last edited by teclis; 12-02-2004 at 06:56 PM.
Originally Posted by teclis
it's still the thought that counts. -.-
Originally Posted by jetblac