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MPS format request by cyberspeed at 12:35 AM EDT on May 25, 2015
Sorry to bother with this request.
VGMToolbox supports one PSP format "PMF" and one PS3 format "PAM", was wondering if you could enable support for the second PSP format called "MPS", I attached a sample on the link below for you to test.
It contains atrac3plus as audio in 6 channels not just atrac3/stereo, and it can't extract them properly.

thank you in advance.

Download MPS sample

edited 5:44 AM EDT May 25, 2015
VGMToolbox r972 by snakemeat at 6:35 PM EDT on May 26, 2015
VGMToolbox has been updated, grab it at Sourceforge.

VGMToolbox r972 (2015-05-26)

-= NEW =-
- Add support for PSP UMD Movies (.MPS) files.
- Beta support for Bink 2 files (still in testing phase).


-= FIXED =-

-= THANKS =-
AlphaTwentyThree for Bink 2 testing.
[removed by author] by Hiccup at 9:56 AM EDT on May 27, 2015

edited 3:06 PM EDT May 27, 2015
MPS format overflow by cyberspeed at 7:55 PM EDT on June 2, 2015
Thank you very much for taking the time and looking in to the MPS format, and implementing it so fast, much appreciated.

But it seems it throws same error like before, cant make it work.
Does it have a file size limitation to be extracted?

This is one of the files it throws the error like many tens out there.

Overflow MPS sample

error is.

Error processing <C:\Users\User\Desktop\00001.MPS>. Error received: Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow.

And no matter the options I choose to extract both audio/video, or separate, headers or no, still same error.

thank you

edited 1:04 AM EDT June 3, 2015
by snakemeat at 5:20 AM EDT on June 3, 2015
I'll take a look. Thanks for another sample. Do you know if this sample has subtitles or any other stream besides audio and video?
MPS format overflow (answer) by cyberspeed at 8:03 AM EDT on June 3, 2015
yes it has dual audio, and if I am not mistaken subtitles between 20-26, some have 3 or up to 8 audios.

Also the subtitles, contain the converted .png images of the text, they are exported as .bin files, do you think they could be exported as .sup files? similar to those from DVDs or Blu-ray movies?
I don't know what is inside the subtitle .bin format like a .sst format for the images, or maybe .xml format but it sure holds the .png subtitles nicely, just that most are scrambled upon extraction.

or maybe you know hwo to gain access to the subtitle format similar or better like the following examples.
images in full 720x780 NOT cropped around text.

St_Format 2
Display_Start Non_Forced
Tape_Type Non_Drop
Pixel_Area (2 478)
Display_Area (0 2 719 478)
Color (1 2 3 4)
Contrast (15 15 15 15)
BG (255 0 0 = = =)
PA (255 255 255 = = =)
E1 (0 0 255 = = =)
E2 (0 0 0 = = =)
Directory C:\xxxxxxx
0001 00:00:39:17 00:00:41:23 English_0001.tif
0002 00:00:42:17 00:00:44:10 English_0002.tif
0003 00:00:45:18 00:00:47:18 English_0003.tif
0004 00:00:49:12 00:00:50:18 English_0004.tif
0005 00:00:54:03 00:00:58:17 English_0005.tif
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<BDN Version="0.93" xmlns:xsi="" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="BD-03-006-0092b BDN File Format.xsd">
        <Name Title="subtitle" />
        <Language Code="ara" />
        <Format VideoFormat="480p" FrameRate="23.976" DropFrame="false" />
        <Events NumberofEvents="1294" Type="Graphic" />
        <Event InTC="00:00:39:17" OutTC="00:00:41:23">
        <Event InTC="00:00:42:17" OutTC="00:00:44:10">
        <Event InTC="00:00:45:18" OutTC="00:00:47:18">
        <Event InTC="00:00:49:12" OutTC="00:00:50:18">
        <Event InTC="00:00:54:03" OutTC="00:00:58:17">
        <Event InTC="00:01:13:21" OutTC="00:01:15:13">
only if doable, if not still thank you for taking a look in to it, cheers

edited 1:26 PM EDT June 3, 2015
by snakemeat at 10:45 AM EDT on June 3, 2015
subtitles between 20-26,

I'm sorry, I don't understand what this means. Are you suggesting the file has 20 to 26 different subtitle languages?
MPS subtitle (answer) by cyberspeed at 6:17 PM EDT on June 3, 2015
I am sorry about the confusion.
To be more precise.
It has the main video at 720x480, two audio languages Japanese and English, and 26 subtitles.
And once it throws the overflow nothing happens.

Also, UMD its nothing but DVD specifications, supports 8 audio plus 32 subtitles in total, you think would be able for subtitles to be extracted as DVD .sup subtitles in 720x480, same as the video resolution?

once again, thank you.
VGMToolbox r975 by snakemeat at 8:04 PM EDT on June 3, 2015
I've uploaded an update here that fixes the MPS issue. This update has a small Bink fix as well.

I have not implemented any special formatting for subtitles, but I'll look into it a little to see if it would be difficult or not.
More info, if needed. by cyberspeed at 4:17 PM EDT on June 4, 2015
snakemeat thank you, MPS format DEmultiplexing works flawlessly so far.

I've attached a subtitle sample for you to see how the format looks before gets multiplexed in to .MPS video format. Maybe it helps.

Subtitle sample before MPS multiplexing.

And was wondering, if you can not implement any type of extraction for the subtitle from the MPS, in a standard format, if you could just make it extract a text file like this example,

0001 00:00:39:17 00:00:41:23 0001.png
0002 00:00:42:17 00:00:44:10 0002.png
0003 00:00:45:18 00:00:47:18 0003.png
0004 00:00:49:12 00:00:50:18 0004.png
0005 00:00:54:03 00:00:58:17 0005.png

extracted in a folder, and the .PNGs subtitle images to follow one after another in they're order, in 720x480, instead of being cropped around the text, again, if its doable.

thank you.


edited 9:27 PM EDT June 4, 2015

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