If you have an exploited PlayStation TV or PS Vita then here is a release from developer Rinnegatamante that is impressive. but we must go back a few days ago where the developer announced Lua Player Plus (lpp) was now capable of playing video's. While adding such a feature to lpp does give the platform a magnitude of possibilities. One such use comes with this latest release of tools called Video Bubbles Creator, with this tool for Windows (64-bit) Systems you can easily take any video file and convert it to a pshv video (PlayStation Homebrew Video) format, which then creates a bubble utilizing lpp new video capabilities by launching the content seamlessly . The tool offers some customization to the bubble appearance, as well some playback options.
Video Bubbles Creator - Video bubble for everyone
Video Bubbles Creator is a set of tools for Windows 64 Bit allowing you to convert a video in whatever format to a Vita bubble (.vpk).
How it works
- Video Bubbles Creator basically converts the video to a .pshv video file (https://github.com/Rinnegatamante/vid2pshv) and then it creates a bubble with lpp-vita with a Video Player integrated that will load such video from app0: partition.
More details for experts
- If you want to mess up manually with ffmpeg args passed by the Batch script, these are the mandatory settings that must not be edited:Controls
- BSF Stream MUST contains AUDs (Access Unit Delimiters)
- If you edit the framerate, you have to edit the value in pshv_encoder call too
- Output stream must be 960x544
- Output stream must have max 5 reference frames
- You can use other profiles (Like [email protected] 3.1) but some of them can cause video glitches. [email protected] 3.1 is the recommended one (And the one used as default).
- X = Pause/Resume video
- Square = Restart video
- Start = Close video
Launch the vid2vpk.bat script to start a conversion.
Source (Release Thread): http://wololo.net/talk/viewtopic.php?f=116&t=48581
PS VITA / PS TV Video Bubbles Creator - New Tool [win64] by Rinnegatamante
By STLcardsWS on Sep 28, 2017 at 7:09 PM
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