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Tuesday, November 01, 2005
Sony Releases PSP Media Manager Software


Sony Media Software announced today the availability of the PSP Media Manager, software for the PC that lets PSP owners move content from their personal computer to their PSP system.

The PSP Media Manager allows users to transfer videos, music, and still images, all via a USB-cable connecting their PSP system to a personal computer. A download-only version is available for US $19.95 at www.sony.com/mediasoftware. The boxed version, which will include a 6-foot USB 2.0 cable, sample media, and five free song downloads from the CONNECT music store (www.connect.com), will be available online at www.sony.com/mediasoftware or www.sonystyle.com on December 1st with an MSRP of US $29.95.

The PSP Media Manager software provides navigation and thumbnail previews to identify photos and videos to move from the PC to PSP system, and even lets users select among different quality settings (bit rates) for the transferred media. The PSP Media Manager application supports most popular video and audio formats, and also makes it simple to locate and subscribe to a variety of RSS feeds including podcasts, video blogs, and PSP- formatted magazines for automatic downloading to the PSP system. The software also provides a one-click option that lets users back up game saves, images, videos, and music files from the PSP system to their PC.

PSP Media Manager Features Include:

- Drag-and-drop transfer to PSP
- Photo and video thumbnail preview
- Background processing
- Video support for .mp4, .avi, .mpg, .mov, .wmv
- 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(TM) Duo media


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