Play or convert MPEG4 PSP on to Zune / Xbox 360 HD
MPEG-4 was opened by MPEG (MovingPictureExportsGroup) in 1999 as the first edition and was formally declared to be the international standard in the early 2000. It differs greatly from both MPEG-1 and MPEG-2. MPEG-4 content-based multimedia data access tools and editing functions for the operation and bit-stream of contents so that users could alternatively get the relative items on interactive home shopping. With the perfect technology of first-generation video encoding as the core technology and other key technologies like video object segmentation, Video Object encoding, scalability, motion estimation and compensation, it becomes widely and safely applied in internet.  

Zune is the name of both services that obtain and share the media content and a brand of Portable Media Player developed by Microsoft like iPod of Apple Inc.

Xbox is a video game console competing intensely with the Nintendo GameCube/Wii or Sony's PlayStation/(PS2/PS3).Microsoft has published versions Xenon, Xbox 2, Xbox FS, Xbox Next, or NextBox, XBOX 360 (HD resolution, high-definition).

To play mpeg4 on Zune / Xbox, please convert the file to wmv first on PC. The containers such as mp4, mov, avi, rm, mkv, ogm divx supports mpeg-4 stream. Install the appropriate video filter and audio filter for the mpeg4 format such as FFDshow, divx, xvid, HDX4 codec, or MainConcept decoder.

Download Zune Xbox Converter to convert MPEG4 to Zune/Xbox. Then use USB or networks to transfer the wmv file. Or burn the files to CD/DVD, play disks on Xbox easily.

 


PSP means PlayStation Portable, which is firstly developed by Sony Corporation. Its control design is still based on games but adds new film and playing function which differs from the former Play Station. PSP supports jpg, gif, bmp, png, tif, MP3, MP4, AAC, ATRAC, WAV, MPEG4.

To play PSP file on Zune/Xbox means to convert mpeg4 format video files to wmv/wma file normally. Please try to install codec pack for PSP.

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