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Description: In order to successfully play various MP4 files on PS Vita, a widely used solution is to be recommended.
Today, handheld game consoles highly popular with young people, PS Vita is one of them. As a great portable entertainment device, not only play a variety of games, but also play videos. Before a trip or a business trip, you will think of coping some MP4 videos to PS Vita for playing, which is so convenient. But when you copy MP4 videos to PS Vita, PS Vita sometimes displayed: “ This file is not compatible with the system” . Why can’t play MP4 videos to PS Vita? Keep reading.
Before transfering MP4 video to PS Vita, you might have read through the PS Vita manuals and found that you should get your video into PS Vita video formats as below:
- MPEG-4 Simple Profile Level 6, Maximum 1280 ｘ 720 pixels, AAC
- H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Baseline/Main/High Profile Level 4.0, Maximum 1080p, AAC
Basically a video file, or more specifically its container, can contain numerous variations of what would-be the video. Usually MP4 files are in H.264 codec, which is good, but the Vita only supports up to Level 4.0 High (a set of guidelines for playing back the content). Anything above 4.0 High (there's also lower profiles, "Main" and "Baseline", which are supported) the Vita will not play. The easiest way to figure this out would be to use MediaInfo or open the file in your favorite media player, such as MPC-HC or VLC, and viewing the file information/metadata. 10-bit content is also another profile (High 10), like High, which is not compatible. This can be dealt with during the encoding process.
As for encoding the content, generally any program that has a preset profile will work.. However, if you dig deep you should find options to select the level and profile of the encode. It's also worth mentioning on the manual page that it says AAC, which is the audio codec. Generally you should be targeting this anyway in your encoder.
Therefore, if the MP4 video is not encoded with PS Vita compatible codec which is mentioned above, we will fail to stream MP4 to PS Vita even if successfully copied MP4 to PS Vita. In that case, we need to encode videos to PS Vita supported format MP4 like MPEG-4 /H.264 MP4. which is the easiest way.
As for an encoder, I suggest Pavtube Video Converter. It's a simple, safe, clean and professional PS Vita video converter for encoding and decoding all video formats on Windows, including Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, XP ,etc. We can use it to encode any MP4 video to PS Vita supported MP4 with best quality within 3 simple steps. The advanced encoding technology accelerates its conversion speed to great extent. Besides, this professional PS Vita Video Converter has a powerful video edit function like cropping, trimming, adding watermark, etc. (Mac version - Pavtube Video Converter for Mac）
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Now, just following content step-by-step guide on how to encode MP4 to PS Vita successfully playback. Simply download, and install the MP4 to PS Vita Encoder app firstly.
How to encode MP4 Videos to PS Vita?
Step 1. Run the MP4 to PS Vita Encoder to import your MP4 files to it. It supports batch conversion.
Step 2. Click"Format" and select "Common Video", "H.264 Video(*.mp4)", "MPEG-4 Movie(*.mp4)" are compatible format. Or you can move your pointer to "PSP/P3S", from the sublist, choose "PSP Video MPEG-4(*.mp4)", "PSP-PSP MPEG-4 Video(*.mp4). And then you can set the output folder for PS Vita.
Note: For better enjoying videos on PS Vita, you can click “Settings” output parameters, including video codec, audio codec, bit rate, frame rate, etc.
Step 3. Click Convert button, it will start encoding MP4 to PS Vita immediately based on the CUDA technology support with high quality and fast speed.
When the conversion is done, you will be able to get the output files for PS Vita via clicking on “Open” button effortlessly.
Afterwards, connect PS Vita to your computer and copy the encoded videos to “Video” folder on PS Vita with the help of the latest Content Manager Assistant.
How to Transfer Videos to PS Vita?
Step 1: Make sure Content Manager Assistant is installed and started on your computer. The Content Manager Assistant icon in the notification area of the taskbar will tell you that the application is running.
Step 2: On your PS Vita system, tap content manager(Content Manager) > [Start].
Step 3: Tap PC, and then tap USB cable or Wi-Fi. To connect using Wi-Fi, you must select the [Connect to PS Vita System Using Wi-Fi] checkbox under [Wi-Fi Connection Settings] in the Content Manager Assistant and register your PS Vita system with the computer.
Step 4: Tap PC → PS Vita System.
Step 5: Tap “Videos” to select the need video to transfer.
Step 6: Check the needed video you want to transfer, and then tap “Copy”.
Tips: Besides transferring video files, you can also transfer music files to PS Vita with the same method.