How To Stream Audio And Video From PC To PSP

The PSP or the PlayStation Portable is definitely a remarkable piece of work. Aside from being able to carry the usual games feature, it also boasts of music, photo, video, Internet and wireless connectivity applications. For most of you proud PSP owners, there are three ways to get to know your precious gadget. Either you take the time to read the manual, take the time to explore your PSP or browse around the net for the needed answer.

Well, the first thing you'll notice when you format your Memory Stick Duo or Pro Duo Stick is that there are only folders for "game," "music," "photos," and "savedata." According to Engadget, you would need to create another folder for your MPEG-4 video files in the main memory stick and not on the PSP directory. Label the new folder as MP_ROOT and create a sub-folder with the name 100MNV01.

Normally, this sort of procedure will cost you to shell out extra cash but Engadget showed us how to get around this little obstacle. First, you need to download a 3GP Converter and once you have finished downloading the program, right click on the file and press extract here. Click on the new folder that will appear and run the set up. A window with undeciperable characters will appear. Paid them no mind and just scroll down the window to set the language to English. Then, select Customized: MP4 for PSP (direct, renamed) and press apply. It is the second to the last option. The next step is to choose where you want your downloaded videos to be saved and what quality you would want your videos to appear. I recommend you to choose C: 3GP_Converter.

The next step requires you to choose what quality you want your video to appear-from QVGA / 15fps / 216kbps / Mono 48kpbs to AVC QVGA / 29.97fps / VBR QB25 Stereo / 128kpbs.

Does that seem a little intimidating? Well, these numbers are nothing to be afraid of. Think of it this way. FPS stands for frames per second. Between 15fps and 29.97 fps, the latter produces smoother quality. But keep on mind that the better the quality, the long it takes to be converted.

After deciding on what rate you want, all that is left for you to do is to drag your video of choice to the blank section of the window and wait as the program converts it into something your PSP will recognize. The last thing you have to do is connect your PSP to your PC via a USB cable and transfer the newly converted file.

Another way to go about this is by using the pimp streamer vO.5. This allows you to stream audio and video in any format from your PC to your PSP through a wireless connection. While there are probably a dozen other ways (legal or illegal) to stream audio and video from PC to PSP, I hope these two work for you guys! …

16 Tips To Protect Your Computer and Cell Phones Against Cyber Attacks

Tips to protect your computer against cyber attacks or hacks can be summarized based on the following heads.

The following are top 16 tips to protect data against cyber attacks.

1. OPERATING SYSTEM

Ensure you use an original operating system for maximum security. Also do your best to ensure that your OS is up-to-date.

2. AUTOMATIC UPDATES

Well, it depends on you. This is not compulsory. However, automatic updates ensure that your system has the best virus definition possible.

3. MANUAL UPDATES

If you don’t wish to have automatic updates enabled, endeavor to check for updates manually once in a while. Say, one or two times in two weeks. This is entirely up to you.

4.RELIABLE ANTIVIRUS

Well, this is obvious. Ensure you have a reliable antivirus installed on your computer. They protect your data against attacks and identify vulnerabilities. It is highly recommended to have antivirus installed on your computer. If you use Windows OS (especially Windows 10), Windows Defender is very efficient. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t install or try out Third-Party Software but this is entirely up to you. Personally, I have been using my computer with just the standard Windows Defender ever since I bought it, still yet to encounter a problem. I always install updates.

5. BACKUP

Data Backup is very important. Ensure you back your data up regularly, preferably to a Flash-Drive or any external drive other than the Computer itself.

6. CLOUD BACKUP

You can save your important files to OneDrive. Pretty cool. If the attack comes, you have nothing to worry about.

7. CONFIGURATION OF EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS

Always ensure you have the correct configuration for your equipment and systems. FOR EXAMPLE, Wifi routers and Servers.

8. PASSWORDS

Ensure you always use passwords that are not easy for others to guess.

9. TURN ON FIREWALL

Firewalls help to identify hack or cyber attack attempts. Ensure you always have your Firewall turn on for the maximum security.

10. SSL CERTFICATES

It is a good practice to check the SSL certificate of the website you visit. Certificates help users to identify whether a website is secure or not. SSL certificates prevent users from fraud and their data from being stolen.

11. INSTALLATION OF THIRD-PARTY PROGRAMS

It is a fact that many software have malware bundled with them. Always install programs that are signed or authorized via CodeSign Certificates. Please run third-party software with absolute caution. If you must install such programs (those that are not signed), make sure you do some research about it on the internet first.

12.YOUR DATA GOT STOLEN

If your data got corrupted by the hacker, there are International Initiatives that provides various methods through which you can recover your files. Ensure you search the internet for that.

13. NEVER PAY MONEY TO HACKERS

There is no guarantee that your files will be recovered, so why pay them?

14. DOWNLOADS

Before you download that software, ensure you read up some reviews about them.

15. TOOLS TO RECOVER YOUR FILES

There …