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Newbies Guide to the PS2 VCD Player

 

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With the release of the PS2VCD player people can make their own short clips to play on the ps2. The reason the clips have to be short Is the length restriction placed on by the ps2 as of this writing. PS2 plays mpeg2 movies. And in a sense your making MiniDVDs As done by RobShot in the DVD scene. It is possible to play mpeg1 files on the ps2. But as of now this has not been accomplished. This VCD player is more of a technical demo and a way to play short clips and test down-sampled PSS movies but its just the start to prove that I can be done. No one expects much form the first attempt. Its just the beginning.

 

With this said lets get on to the tutorial.

 

PSS movies are actually mpeg2 movies. BUT this does not mean u can just rename the files. They are specially encoded mpeg2 files.

 

Most of you have a VCD or some kind of clip u want to use in this player.

To do so u need to convert it to mpeg2 and separate the streams.

 

FIRST

Load up tmpgenc

Will look similar to this.

Ok now you are going to want to load the PSS template.

Click the load in the bottom right corner

CLICK HERE

 

Now load the pss.mcf that came in the tmpgenc zip.

 

 

NEXT

Load the video you wish to encode.

Select the output file

Locate the video you wish to encode

Now you are going to encode the video and audio streams separate

 

Starts encoding

Click one of the these then click start. Then do the other one.

 

This may take a while depending on the size of the video stream.

But when its complete you will have 2 separate streams. A M2V and a MP2.

But the PSS tool only accepts WAV. So we need to convert it. To do so use winamp or the enclosed tool.

Open audio converter

 

 

This is pretty straight forward usage.

Use file\open then select the MP2 file

 

Now select output then WAV

 

Should look something like this

Now click file convert.

Now you have both of the streams you need to make the PSS file.

Open up ps2str

 

 


Click the SPU encode tab

 


 

Click add

 

Select the WAV file you just made

 

 

Now click start

 

Now click Mux

 

 

Now click add new

 

You’ll get this

 

Click add

 

 

Click Browse and select your m2v file

Click ok

Use similar method for the audio

But change the stream to PCM

Click ok till your back to the main screen

Now click start

This will ask you to save the mux file.

And what ever dir the work directory is set to a pss will be made.

Ok now you have a pss file

 

Now you need to make the cd

 

Take the ps2vcd.zip and extract it to the C:\

This will make a dir called C:\ps2vcd

 

Take and locate the PS2VCD\MV dir

There should be a pss called MOVIE0.PSS

DELETE this one and put yours in in its place.

 

Now Locate the cddvdgen rar in the kit

Extract this and run the program

 

You will get this screen

 

Click Open project

Go to the C:\ps2vcd and open the VCD.CCZ file.

Now select file\Export iml File

Save the file as C:\PS2VCD\vcd.iml

Now run the go.bat

 

This will now create the image with your movie in it.

Open up CDRWIN

 

Click That button

 

 

Change this to record ISO image

You will see this

Input your vcd.iso file

Change to CDROM-XA

Change to

MODE 2

 

Should look like this now

Now just hit start

 

It will record your image

 

This image will work on all ps2 swap tricks.

It has been setup to even work on the jap one.

 

Have fun and don’t bitch about the limitations or oh hard it is. ITS JUST THE BEGINNING!




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