Alldj PSP Converter

Alldj PSP Converter 3.0

A fast utility to encode your video files into PSP-compatible video streams
5.0  (1 vote)
3.0 (See all)

Alldj PSP Video Converter transfers to your PSP or PS3 almost any video file. It supports the most popular codecs, like AVI, DivX, MPEG, FLV or MOV, and encodes either AVC or MPEG4 PSP-compatible media files. You can split and trim your videos before encoding, or save snapshots of your favourite frames. Speed is one of its great advantages, as it converts any video at 300 to 500% real time speed.

When encoding your video files using Alldj PSP Video Converter, you can select any of its six built-in settings for quick conversion, or choose your preferred video format, video resolution, audio and video quality, video frame rate, and volume. For the non-expert user, it includes three default settings for MPEG4 and another three for AVC (normal, excellent and best quality).

Conversion process is fast and easy. It uses a Super Encode Engine technology, based on MMX-SSE and 3DNow!, which speeds up performance while minimizing loss of quality. You can load as many files as needed from any of the supporting formats (AVI, DivX, XviD, Real Media/RMVB, MPEG I-II, MOV, MP4, 3GP/3G2 and FLV), and Alldj PSP Video Converter will encode them using the settings selected. If you wish to create PSP files with different resolutions and quality levels, you will need to load your video files in turns, as the settings selected will affect all the video clips present in the main window. As soon as the encoding tasks have finished, the program will allow you to upload all the resulting files directly into your PSP or PS3 player.

Video files can be trimmed or cut before being processed, though the preview window lacks the basic playback, pause, and stop control buttons, which makes accurate selection of start/end points a tiresome task.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary


  • High speed conversion


  • Does not open a full DVD, so files need to be opened individually
  • Preview functionality lacks control buttons, making accurate positioning difficult
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