Your Movies Now Available on Sony PSP!!!


diversified multimedia video vault psp

A new software product that allows mobile entertainment enthusiasts to easily transfer and view their home videos, DVDs and tapes on their Sony PSP has been introduced by Diversified Multimedia.

Video Vault™ for the Sony® PSP™ offers PSP owners a way to enhance their mobile lifestyle and enjoy their videos and movies on the go, at home or hanging out at the mall.

Some of the features of Video Vault for the Sony PSP include:

  • Allows transfer of DVDs, VCDs, SVCDs, analog/digital camcorder tapes
  • Imports AVI, Mpeg1, Mpeg2, Mpeg4, ASF, WMV, DVR-MS, TIVO and many more file types
  • Auto-fit Card technology that fits 2-3 hour movies to 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB and larger memory stick pro cards
  • Complete organization option for a user’s collection, filter and sort by genre; create custom genres, and add your own thumbnails
  • Lets users overlay subtitles right on top of the video
  • Complete Audio and Subtitle Language Selection
  • When connected to the PSP, includes ability to manage the PSP memory stick directly within Video Vault
  • Supports 320 x 240 and even 480 x 160 Sony PSP Resolutions

“As the media industry embraces the trend toward time- and space-shifting technologies, Diversified Multimedia set out to develop a platform that takes the complexity out of storing, organizing and exporting entertainment content,” said Todd Porter, Diversified Multimedia’s founder and president. “Video Vault for the Sony PSP makes it painless and easy for PSP owners; simply insert your DVD, plug in your camcorder or browse for your video files and Video Vault imports, converts, stores, categorizes, and exports your movies to the PSP without you having to know any technical information about formats, codecs, frame rates, bitrates, etc.”

Video Vault for the Sony PSP is the newest member of the Video Vault family of products; other products in the line are Video Vault, Video Vault PDA/Smartphone and Video Vault PVP. All of the products help to simplify the process of copying-organizing and transferring video from a wide variety of formats to a broad swath of devices including smartphones, PDAs, laptops, personal video players (PVP), DVD Players, DIVX DVD players, wireless media servers and portable video game systems.

Video Vault for the Sony PSP will be available at mass-market retailers such as Best Buy, Target, CompUSA, Fry’s and Microcenter as well as online at www.divmm.com at a suggested retail price of $39.99.

About Diversified Multimedia
Diversified Multimedia is an innovative software company that simplifies the process of ‘moving’ video from a DVD, VCD, SVCD, Digital/Analog camcorder or video files to portable game machines, smartphones, PDAs, laptops, personal video players (PVP), DVD Players, DIVX DVD players and wireless media servers. The company was founded in May 2004 to address the needs of consumers who want to manage their ‘digital assets’ more effectively by offering a platform where they could maintain and transfer their video collections in a seamless and portable manner.





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  • jakeludington

    I’m probably not the only person who caught this, but the software’s Website explictly states:

    “Video Vault does not copy encrypted or copy-protected DVDs.”

    Making it no better than Easy Media Creator or any of the other solutions promising to copy DVDs. ;)

    There are several hacks for converting DVDs for PSP playback. My personal preference would be to spend the bucks on an app like Xilisoft PSP Converter, which sports an ugly interface and great results.

    Jake Ludington
    http://www.jakeludington.com

  • http://www.alexandergrundner.com Alexander Grundner

    Obviously a company who produces software like this is not going to give users a DeCSS decryption key. All you have to do is download DVD Decrypter or DVD123 to unlock your DVD movies — I’m sure sure there are others out there — and then import the videos into Video Vault. Simple.

  • toodreel

    Alexander Grundner said: Obviously a company who produces software like this is not going to give users a DeCSS decryption key. All you have to do is download DVD Decrypter or DVD123 to unlock your DVD movies — I’m sure sure there are others out there — and then import the videos into Video Vault. Simple.

    Very simple !
    http://fileforum.betanews.com/detai…er/1011845169/1

  • mikewil

    You could just use PSPXplay because it does everything. Not only does it allow you to transfer DVD video, but it even lets you play nintendo/sega games on your PSP.

    http://www.downloadgamepsp.com