Since I’m no longer actively working on this project anymore and the chance that Class Trials will ever be fixed is very low, I’ve decided to release a 100% completed Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair save file for PSP. This makes most of the game playable (Class Trials are notable exceptions, so is Island Mode).
You can download the save file here
A few people have asked me to help them put movies onto PSP, so here is a guide. Since PSP cannot play the kind of movies you’d download from the internet, you have to convert them first
The easiest way to do so is by using FFMPEG, simply execute the following command:
ffmpeg -y -i INPUTFILE -flags +bitexact -vcodec libx264 -profile:v baseline -level 3.0 -s 480x272 -r 29.97 -b:v 384k -acodec aac -b:a 96k -ar 48000 -f psp -strict -2 OUTPUTFILE.MP4
If you want to, you can generate a thumbnail as well:
ffmpeg -i INPUTFILE -f image2 -ss 5 -vframes 1 -s 160x120 OUTPUTFILE.THM
That’s it. Now simply put the file(s) to your VIDEO folder and enjoy!
I already had a few PSPs but simply could not resist getting this one. Fully boxed, with 4GB MSP card, manuals and two games.
Seems little used, original receipt was in the box so I know that it was bought on 14th of June, 2009. The system itself cost 188€, MSP card 25€, Crash Bandicoot: Mind over Monster 30€ and Ape Academy 2 45€.
Memory card had a few saves, last dating 2011. Battery, of course, completely bloated and dead. Running OFW 4.05 I intend to keep it as an open-box collectible as
2000 is my personal favorite (some people complain about screen ghosting, but I rarely notice that and don’t like scanlines of 3000)
Over the years I’ve accumulated a lot of PSP related stuff. Most of the things here are available elsewhere but having everything in one place nicely sorted and direct links is neat. There are various versions of firmware, plugins, manuals, some homebrew stuff, etc. No warez or anything illegal. I hope some of you will find this useful.
Access the library here Continue reading PSP Software Library