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[RELEASE] Video Bubbles Creator - Video bubble for everyone

PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 3:10 pm
by Rinnegatamante
Description

Video Bubbles Creator is a set of tools for Windows 64 Bit allowing you to convert a video in whatever format to a Vita bubble (.vpk).

How it works

Video Bubbles Creator basically converts the video to a .pshv video file (https://github.com/Rinnegatamante/vid2pshv) and then it creates a bubble with lpp-vita with a Video Player integrated that will load such video from app0: partition.

More details for experts

If you want to mess up manually with ffmpeg args passed by the Batch script, these are the mandatory settings that must not be edited:

    - BSF Stream MUST contains AUDs (Access Unit Delimiters)
    - If you edit the framerate, you have to edit the value in pshv_encoder call too
    - Output stream must be 960x544
    - Output stream must have max 5 reference frames
    - You can use other profiles (Like High@Level 3.1) but some of them can cause video glitches. Baseline@Level 3.1 is the recommended one (And the one used as default).

Controls

X = Pause/Resume video
Square = Restart video
Start = Close video

Download

http://vitadb.rinnegatamante.it/#/info/323

Launch the vid2vpk.bat script to start a conversion.

Re: [RELEASE] Video Bubbles Creator - Video bubble for every

PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 8:54 pm
by Rinnegatamante
Fast update released (v.1.1) since i faulty used an old lpp-vita executable.

Changelog:
- Fixed Pause/Resume feature, now works as intended.
- Fixed Restart Video feature, now works as intended.
- Now the muxing process is made with a 512 MB buffer, allowing even PCs with limited RAM to be able to perform a video conversion


Download: http://vitadb.rinnegatamante.it/#/info/323

Re: [RELEASE] Video Bubbles Creator - Video bubble for every

PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 2:12 pm
by jok3r0314
having a bit of an issue

Re: [RELEASE] Video Bubbles Creator - Video bubble for every

PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 3:30 pm
by Rinnegatamante
jok3r0314 wrote:having a bit of an issue


Your input to the script?