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4Videosoft DVD to PSP Suite for Mac

PSP is more than a remarkable game console. It also can works as a media player for you to enjoy the homemade DVD movies and video files on PSP whenever and wherever you like. PSP can not directly play the DVD movies, so 4Videosoft DVD to PSP Suite for Mac, composed of DVD to PSP Converter for Mac and PSP Video Converter for Mac, is coming to help you. Any homemade DVD movies and video file can be converted to PSP compatible video formats like MP4, AVI, WMV, etc on Mac. Also, the audio files can be extracted and converted to MP3, M4A, WMA and WAV, thus you're able to enjoy the homemade DVD movies and videos on PSP and other media players like PS3, Sony Walkman, Samsung Galaxy S4, Nokia Lumia, etc.

Apart from almighty conversion function, it enables you to customize the source DVD movies and video files with multiple creative editing functions like Effect, Trim, Crop, Watermark and Merge. Also the video and audio settings are adjustable to meet your needs. It supports batch conversion, so you're able to get a bunch of PSP videos at one time.

  • Get high quality PSP videos from homemade DVD movies on Mac
  • Convert almost all video files to PSP MP4, AVI, WMV, etc with ultrafast speed
  • Provide creative and flexible editing functions to customize the videos
  • Preserve 100% original video quality and unprecedentedly fast speed

System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7 or above; 512MB RAM, Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher

$39.95

Key Functions & Features of DVD to PSP Suite for Mac

Convert DVD to PSP on Mac

Easily convert homemade DVD movies and almost all videos to PSP on Mac

With this top-rank Mac DVD to PSP Suite, you're able to convert homemade DVD movies and video file to PSP on Mac with no limitation. You could convert almost all video files like MOV, MXF, FLV, MTS, M4V, etc to PSP MP4, AVI and WMV with original quality. After the conversion, you're able to enjoy the homemade DVD movies and videos to PSP.

With the initial interface, you're able to complete the DVD to PSP and video to PSP conversion with a few clicks. It's very easy to use for anyone. When previewing the DVD and videos, you can take a snapshot of the video images and save them as your wallpaper or for later use.

Effect

Adjust the video effect before the conversion With this versatile DVD to PSP Suite for Mac, you're able to adjust the video brightness, saturation, contrast, hue and volume for your preference. Drag the slide bar to change the corresponding video effect. This Mac DVD to PSP Suite ensures you an ideal PSP video.

Merge

Join several video clips together Would like to enjoy several video files seamlessly on PSP? Merge function can make it for you. Select the video files and then put them into a new single file. After the conversion, you're able to enjoy the well-merged files on PSP anytime you like.

Trim

Trim video length at your disposal If there is a video segment that you dislike, you can turn to Trim function for help. With this almighty Trim function, you can cut off your undesired video part and then enjoy the left part on PSP over and over again.

Crop

Crop the video frame for PSP 4Videosoft DVD to PSP Suite for Mac enables you to crop the video frame according to your preference. You can get rid of the black edges of the video and adjust the position of the video frame to meet your needs.

Add watermark

Add watermark to the video You can add your signature and logo to the video to show your special tastes. The font size, font color, the position and the transparency of the watermark can be adjustable on your own wish.

Fast speed

Ultrafast conversion speed Within a short while, you can get the converted DVD movies and video files. Once you own this powerful DVD to PSP Suite for Mac, you can experience the best user-experience.

Original quality

Remarkable video quality The output video quality is very satisfying. You can have a visual feast with your PSP. Besides, it supports batch conversion so you can get high quality PSP videos at one time.

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