|A Sony PSP connected to an HDTV Sharp Monitor via component av cable.|
For the past two seasons, I've been experimenting with the idea of showing and reviewing game video to my players at practices for instructional purposes. My players are between the ages of 9 to 12 and are heavily into video gaming such as Modern Warfare 2 and NBA 2k10. So integrating
video with a gaming device seemed like a perfect match for displaying our film footage from games.
In creating a solution I decided to use a handheld PSP, a component av cable, and an HD 19" monitor. The specific hardware follows:
Once I have the previous game encoded into an mp4 format I then connect the psp to one my macs via usb cable. I then copy the mp4 file to the memory stick on the PSP. The average size for an mp4 game file is about 200mb.
After disconnecting the PSP from the mac, I then connect the PSP to the HDTV with the component AV cable. On the HDTV, I select the correct input. And finally, on the PSP navigate to Settings > Connected Display Settings > Switch Video Out > Select 'Yes' when asked if you want to display output on a connected device? > Video > the mp4 game file.
To playback, fastforward, or rewind just use the navigational keys and video options on the PSP.
For a future direction, I look forward to Apple's tablet being released in 2010. A tablet would eliminate the need for a stationary monitor and separate handheld device and merge the two together.
It's nice to know there are still some people who can think logically and not just follow what everyone else believes, keep up the good fight!Thanks,TomReplyDelete