Would you like to download free music and video on PSP? Then LimeWire is surely your right hand; Limewire's popularity comes from its ability to use the reliable Gnutella network to search for and download music and other content from other users all over the world. The downloaded music files are stored in the Shared folder where they can be downloaded on portable multimedia players such as the Sony PSP. The Sony PSP is a multimedia device that supports music in many different formats to playback on the go. Downloading files from Limewire to a PSP is a quick and easy process.
- Download the free LimeWire from here, install and run this program.
- Type key words to search the music and video you’re interested in, click "Download" next to the music files you want to download. The files are by default automatically downloaded to the "Shared" folder.
- When you finished download the video, export and located it on your computer. Coz PSP can play only MP4 video, so you have to convert your video. I recommend you use this PSP Video Converter to convert video to PSP format, it embeds an PSP video manager that help you transfer video to PSP directly, so you will not be confused by the complicated PSP rule.
If you don't know how to use this PSP Video Converter, here is a step by step guide about how to use it.
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PSP( PlayStation Portable) was developed in the U.S. in 2005 by the Song Computer Entertainment Company. It soon became a highly desireble, portable and handheld wireless device for multiple entertainment purposes.
The PSP system allows users to view photos, listen to music, watch pre-recorded and live television, enjoy movies and backstage footage, access the Internet through a wireless connection, as well as the many free downloads available through the PlayStation website (wallpaper, movie trailers, screen shots, news & events).
As its name suggests, the PSP -- or PlayStation Portable -- is a smaller, lighter version of Sony's PlayStation. It's not as powerful as the PS2, but more powerful than the original PlayStation, and it has a built-in screen and speakers so you don't have to plug it in to anything to use it.