Fixed: Short Duration Times in PS3 Profiles
Added: QuickTime HD Input Profile
Added: Sort profile names in combo boxes
Fixed: Creating PS3 Video Ouput Directories
PS3 Video 9
There were a pair of nasty mistakes in the previous release of PS3 Video 9. While they weren’t software bugs per se, they likely resulted in causing all your video conversions to fail if you used the default settings. We have fixed these mistakes in version 2.13 and the program should now be working normally after a fresh install.
We are quite happy to announce the new and very cool “QuickTime HD Input” feature in this latest version PS3 Video 9. This features lets you convert certain QuickTime HD files with absolutely no quality loss from the original and will convert your videos about 100 times faster than using the normal method of conversion. Now you can finally play all those HD Movie Trailers on Apple’s site on your PS3 without waiting hours for your video to be converted.
Here’s how to use the feature:
1. First get a hold of some QuickTime HD video. You can find tons of these videos on Apple’s Movie Trailer site
2. Save the QuickTime file on your hard drive. You may need QuickTime Pro to do this.
3. Click the “Convert Video” button in PS3 Video 9 (Convert > Current Conversion tab), select the QuickTime file, select the profile named “QuickTime HD MOV Input” and click the “Start” button.
4. The conversion should take less than a minute and then you can move the resulting file to your PS3 and play it like you normally would.
The PS3 can handle 1080p trailers with ease so feel free to download either the 720p or 1080p versions of the trailers you want.
There is no upgrade available so you will have to download the full installer. The full installer will overwrite your old version so you will loose all your old settings and profiles. Even though you can backup and re-import your old profiles, you shouldn’t as the old profiles had some bad values in them.