How to Convert Video to PS Vita?
PS Vita, a handheld game console developed and released by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It is the successor to the PlayStation Portable (PSP) as part of the PlayStation brand of gaming devices. The slim, sleek, and light design of the PS Vita makes it comfortable to hold. Thus, you can experience the greatness for both gaming and viewing on the go.
Watching Video with PS Vita can be very easy as you have Sothink Video Converter. Besides downloading video, you can convert any video to the PS Vita supported video. Sothink can help make the resulting video suitable for your need easily and effectively.
Next, detailed steps about how to convert video to PS Vita with Sothink Video Converter are shown below:
Step 1: Launch Sothink Video Converter, and load the source
Run Sothink quick launcher, and then choose Video Converter from the welcome screen.
Drag & drop it into the main UI for loading, and you can also navigate it in by the Add buttons.
Step 2: Choose PS Vita, and customize the output video
Move to the right pane to click the profile switcher after the source is loaded in, then choose PS Vita from the Others of Device part in Sothink's profile library. Next, select the output audio and subtitle stream you need.
You can customize the output video to make it fit for your need. With the Advanced Settings, you can set all the video and audio parameters regarding the output video. With the built-in video editor, you can adjust the video effect, trim the video, crop the display area, add watermarks, add external subtitles, etc.
After all settings, move to select the output location for temporarily storing the output video at the Save to part.
Step 3: Start to convert video to PS Vita
Click the Start button, Sothink will immediately begin converting video to PS Vita, and provides you detailed progress info during the process. You can set your PC to automatically shut down, exit program, hibernate or do nothing when the task is done.
OK, done! Now just connect your PS Vita to your PC, and transfer the output video to it. You can then view it with your PS Vita. Have a nice time!