How to convert FLV to PSP?

As we know, PSP is the abbreviation of PlayStation Portable which is a handheld game system developed by Sony. Just like the name displays, it could be used to play games which are specially designed for it. However, it also has some other functions. We can use it to listen to music and watch pictures and videos. As for watching videos, there comes a problem. PSP can only support a few video formats like MP4. How can we play flash videos we downloaded from internet?
Then, this paper will aim at how to convert FLV to PSP so that we could enjoy the flash video with our PSP.

First, you should download a video converter and set it up on a computer.

Second, please start the video converter and add the FLV video to it. You can preview the video on the view screen.

Here, you need also choose the output video format as PSP video and specify a folder for the developed video. In addition, it’s better to choose an appropriate resolution video format.

Third, you can also click the settings icon to customize the audio and video parameters of the developed video.

You can adjust the video codec, video size and bite rate and even some other options of the developed video.

Fourth, just press the edit icon to edit the video.

We can trim the video length on the “Trim”. In addition, we could turn to “Effects” to customize the brightness, contrast and saturation. What’s more, we can add text or image watermark for the developed video.
Fifth, just convert FLV to PSP.

Once you have finished all the settings, just click the convert icon to start the FLV to PSP conversion. Of course, it will be much better to choose “Open output folder after conversion”.
Thus, you just need wait until the program open the output folder for you.
Now, the whole conversion has been finished, just enjoy the video on your PSP.

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