How to Convert RMVB to PSP
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Step 1: Click “Add File” to input RMVB video file (batch conversions supported).
Step 2: Do the settings.
Select the files you want to set, then click “Setting” and expand the “Profile” drop-down list, select PSP as the output format. BlazeVideo PSP Video Converter supports resetting video’s size, frame rate, bitrate, and audio’s sample rate, channel, bitrate.
Step 3(Optional): BlazeVideo PSP Video Converter offers “Clip”, “Crop”, “Watermark”, “Subtitle”, “Merge” on the tool bar to cut off the unwanted segments of your video, join multiple videos and combine them into one, add text on the screen.
Step 4: Click “…” to browse for output directory where you want the converted RMVB to store.
Step 5: Click Start to convert RMVB to PSP.
It’s easy to convert RMVB to PSP with this powerful PSP Video Converter!
What is RMVB?
RealMedia Variable Bitrate (RMVB) is a variable bitrate extension of the RealMedia multimedia container format developed by RealNetworks. As opposed to the more common RealMedia container, which holds streaming media encoded at a constant bitrate (CBR), RMVB is typically used for multimedia content stored locally. Files using this format have the file extension “.rmvb”. RealMedia uses compression similar to MPEG-4 Part 10 codecs, such as x264.
What is PSP?
The PlayStation Portable (officially abbreviated PSP) is a handheld game console manufactured and marketed by Sony Corporation Development of the console was announced during E3 2003, and it was unveiled on May 11, 2004, at a Sony press conference before E3 2004. The PlayStation Portable is the first handheld video game console to use an optical disc format, Universal Media Disc (UMD), as its primary storage medium. Other distinguishing features of the console include its large viewing screen, robust multi-media capabilities, and connectivity with the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, other PSPs, and the Internet.