A new software product for the PSP will allow user to transfer home videos, DVDs, and tapes onto their PSP. Video Vault, developed by Diversified Multimedia, will allow all of this and more. Some of the features include:
-Transfer DVDs, VCDs, SVCDs, and analog/digital camcorder tapes
-Import AVI, Mpeg1, Mpeg2, Mpeg4, ASF, WMV, DVR-MS, TIVO and more file types
-Auto-fit Card technology fits 2-3 hour movies to 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, and larger memory stick pro cards
-Organizes a user’s collection by filtering and sorting by custom genres and allows the user to add his own thumbnails
-Lets users overlay subtitles on top of video
-Includes complete audio and subtitle language selection
-Able to manage PSP memory stick directly within Video Vault when connected to PSP
-Supports 320 x 240 or 480 x 160 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," Todd Porter, Diversifed Multimedia’s founder and President, commented. "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 movies to the PSP. Video Vault imports, converts, stores, categorizes, and exports your movies to the PSP without having to know any technical information about formats, codecs, frame rates, birates, etc."
Video Vault for the PSP will be available for $39.99.