PSP Media Manager Now Available
You weren't using third party software all along, were you?
Sony Media Software announced today that the official PSP Media Manager is finally available, allowing PSP owners to easily transfer content from their PC to their PSP. After downloading the software onto your computer, you can begin moving various videos, music, and image files to your PSP via a USB cable.
The software is currently only available online at the official website, and runs at a price of $19.95. The company has plans to release a boxed version of the Media Manager later on December 1st, which will include a 6-foot USB 2.0 cable, sample media, and five free songs downloads from the Connect music store, all for an MSRP of $29.95.
The following is a list of all the features the PSP Media Manager will include:
Extensive video, audio, and image support
Easy drag-and-drop transfer to PSP
Photo and video thumbnail preview
Video support for .mp4, .avi, .mpg, .mov, .wmv, and more
High quality, Sony AVC (H.264) video encoding
Customizable target encoding settings
Automatic album name folder creation
Audio support for .mp3, .wav, .wma, and other formats
Gracenote CD album identification
Customizable bitrate options for encoding and playback
Automatic photo album name folder creation
One-click transfer of entire PSP-formatted magazines
Image support for .bmp, .jpg, .gif, .png, .tif, and others
Built-in directory of popular RSS feeds including ACIDplanet.com podcasts
One-click refresh to get the latest podcast episodes on the PSP
Feed subscription, import, and export
Back up game saves on your computer or PSP
Move game saves between Memory Stick Duo media