4Media YouTube to PSP Converter

4Media YouTube to PSP Converter 3.2

It can re-encode YouTube videos to make them compatible with PSP devices
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As its name suggests, 4Media YouTube to PSP Converter can help you re-encode YouTube videos to make them compatible with the PSP devices. Fortunately, it supports not only converting video files from your drives but also downloading clips from YouTube. The application has a nice tabbed interface, which lets you use the available features with no difficulties. It helps you monitor all the running and finished actions.

The tool supports batch conversion and downloading. In order to create a download task, you can use the built-in web browser to find the page containing the desired video and then simply choose to download it using the corresponding button. Another way is to add a URL manually, an action that unfortunately does not allow adding multiple URLs at a time. You can also drag and drop the desired URL into the drop zone or to the program’s interface. However, it is a shame that the program does not integrate with web browsers. After adding a new download job, you can also append a conversion action to it or keep the original file format.

When converting standard files, only FLV and MP4 are supported as source formats. Again, it does not allow importing file batches for conversion. Similarly, the range of target formats is limited to those profiles compatible with PSP. Thus, only DivX and H.264 are supported.

While 4Media YouTube to PSP Converter has the advantage of combining two features that are logically related, as downloading and converting, it has the drawback of supporting a very narrow range of both input and output formats.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • It is easy to use
  • It has a nice interface,
  • It supports batch downloading
  • It supports batch conversion
  • It has a built-in browser
  • It supports creating new download jobs by dragging and dropping URLs

Cons

  • It does not support adding batches of URLs at a time
  • The range of input and output formats is very limited
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