Put video on your PSP or iPod with Wing


Digital TV veteran Hauppauge has released a program that makes it simple to put recorded video on PSPs or iPod Videos. Wing works with my favorite TV schedule website, Titan TV, and recording a show is as simple as making one click on the screen. You can take recorded shows and easily convert them into the appropriate mobile device format providing a one-stop solution for getting video onto your iPod or PSP. $25.

  • Record your favorite TV shows on your PC for playback on the video iPod, Sony PSP or DivX player.
  • Works with all models of the WinTV-PVR, including the WinTV-PVR-150, WinTV-PVR-250, WinTV-PVR-350 and WinTV-PVR-USB2.
  • Includes a stand alone transcoder, so you can take previously recorded TV shows in an MPEG format, and turn them into a mobile video format.
  • Includes a TitanTV plug-in, so you can record in a mobile video format when scheduling your TV shows with TitanTV.
  • Includes an updated WinTV Scheduler and mobile video configuration program.


Paul J Manoogian

OK, I let the holidays go, and now that CES is upon us, I’m not sure how much time you’ve gotten to play with this stuff. How did it go? How big were the files for the PSP? I’m dying to check this out, since I’ve been successful at getting movies in WMV format for my PDA down below 256MB. My son would be thrilled if I could make this work! :) … of course, so would I since I could take MY shows with me, too!


Paul, I’m going to try ripping some movies for the PSP and will give this a try. The key for me will be how small the movie files end up since I only have a 1 GB MS.

Paul J Manoogian

James, I saw this from their press release and am actually very interested in trying it out. At this point, I need to build up my Media Center PC (you can ask Kevin and Barb about all of the mental strain that has caused me!), but when I do, I plan to move some stuff to my son’s PSP, this way.

I also so a MediaCenter PlugIn that let’s you do this type of thing, as well. In fact, it allows you to save it in a format to handle the iPod, on top of that.

I suppose you need a little patience and time, but this type of technology use is just great!


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