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Audio Video eBooks

MP3 Players
  
SmartPhones

Hand-held Game Players

   Nintendo DSi, DS or DS Lite
   Sony PSP

eReaders
   

Sony PSP

You can listen to audio and view video eBooks on your PSP

In case you're not sure how to load MP3 or MP4 (H.264) video files to your DS, we've included instructions below:


Downlaod the ebook you want from our iPREPpress store.

Add either MP3 audio files or  MP4 (H.264) video files to your PSP.

Play your audio or video eBook like you would any music or video.

 


How to add audio or video to your PSP

The audio and video files you download from iPREPpress are zipped files that end in extension ".zip". For example, the file may be named something like "1984 zip file.zip ."

On PCs, you can usually double click on the zipped folder and then extract and save the files to your computer hard drive. If not, use a program like WinZip or any other available unzip programs. Remember where you save these files on your hard disk.

For Macs, there is a free program called Betterzip. Click to download it.

Add MP3s to your PSP

            Add Audio                                              
                                   

OR follow the instructions below.


With your PSP turned off, insert the Memory Stick Duo into the Memory Stick slot on the left of the PSP console. Turn your PSP back on and go to the home screen and access the Settings. Scroll down to System Settings and press X.

Within the System Settings section, scroll down to Format Memory Stick and press X. Confirm that you want to format the Memory Stick Duo and wait for a few seconds while it takes place.

Once formatted, return to the Settings section at the home screen and scroll to USB Connection. Connect one end of the USB cable to your PC and the other to your PSP and then press X.

This will enable your PSP's USB connection and, after your PC has loaded any drivers it needs (as long as you're using Windows ME, 2000 or XP it'll do this automatically), open My Computer on your PC's desktop.

Double-click on the Removable Drive icon and then on the MP_ROOT folder. You'll now see a selection of folders, one of which is called PSP. Open this folder by double-clicking on it with your mouse.

You can now save or drag and drop the study guide audio folder, usually named something like "1984 Study Guide" into this folder. Once transferred, play the audio tracks like you would play any other track.

Add MP4 video to your PSP

            Add Video  

   

OR follow the instructions below.


With your PSP turned off, insert the Memory Stick Duo into the Memory Stick slot on the left of the PSP console. Turn your PSP back on and go to the home screen and access the Settings. Scroll down to System Settings and press X.

Within the System Settings section, scroll down to Format Memory Stick and press X. Confirm that you want to format the Memory Stick Duo and wait for a few seconds while it takes place.

Once formatted, return to the Settings section at the home screen and scroll to USB Connection. Connect one end of the USB cable to your PC and the other to your PSP and then press X.

This will enable your PSP's USB connection and, after your PC has loaded any drivers it needs (as long as you're using Windows ME, 2000 or XP it'll do this automatically), open My Computer on your PC's desktop.

Double-click on the Removable Drive icon and then on the MP_ROOT folder. You'll now see a selection of folders, one of which is called 100MNV01. Open this folder by double-clicking on it with your mouse.

If the MP_ROOT and 100MNV01 folders don't already exist on your PSP's Memory Stick, then you need to make two new folders and name them in ALL CAPS. Just a reminder, the 100MNV01 folder goes inside the MP_ROOT folder

You can now save or drag and drop the study guide video folder, usually named something like "1984 Study Guide" into this folder. Once transferred, press O on your PSP and go to the Video icon on your PSP's home screen and press X.

 

   
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