Category Random Stuff       Thread starter PSXHAX       Start date Feb 7, 2017 at 1:40 AM       10,147       6            
Following the SND0.AT3 Guide and BMK AT9 & AT3 Converter, today @CougarDomin let us know in the Shoutbox that the cross-platform PlayStation 1 (PSX / PSOne) Audio / Video Converter known as jPSXdec by m35 has been updated recently! :veryhappy:

Download: / GIT

To quote from the jPSXdec

jPSXdec is a modern, cross-platform PlayStation 1 audio/video converter. Also supports extracting files and TIM images. Requires Java version 5 or higher.

Some advantages of jPSXdec over legacy tools of the past:
  • Generates higher quality output
  • Handles more unique movie types
  • Converts with the correct colors (most legacy tools did this incorrectly)
  • More accurate frame rate detection
  • Cross-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux)
  • Source code available
  • Usable from the command-line (for those so inclined)
jPSXdec is free for non-commercial use.

For developers and modders

jPSXdec offers the ability to replace XA audio, video, and TIM images. Some programming skill is required (see manual for details).

Additionally the PlayStation 1 STR video format is now well documented. View the latest version PlayStation1_STR_format.txt.

Source code

jPSXdec contains some modules of interest.
  • A pure Java real-time audio/video player
  • A pure Java API writer
  • MPEG1* I-frame encoder
  • Almost lossless translation of MPEG1* I-frames into JPEG images
  • JXTreeTable back-ported to Java 1.5
Great care has been put into the 100k lines of code.
  • Consistent code style
  • Easy to use API (makes common things easy and hard things possible)
  • Modularized so sub-packages could be incorporated into other applications
  • Great example that Java programs can be as lean 'n' mean as any other language
* PlayStation 1 video frames are nearly identical to MPEG1 I-frames.
JPSXDec PlayStation 1 PSX PSOne Audio Video Converter by M35.png



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just install play manager 1.10 and put your bin,cue in a folder named as the game title (no rules), inside the PSXGAMES folder on your usb fat32. a jpg no too big named as COVER and enjoy, that is old news.

that manager allows you to set region, widescreen, emu type and some more.


Senior Member
it is so easy as you to read what i wrote, its an ancient feature, but nobody use it, i do. Even for you is a novelty... Any iris fork can do it a lot better than multiman, just try it.

To clarify: FAT32 root - PSXGAMES folder - Time Crisis folder - bin/cue or iso.
To see a cover: any jpg you like named as COVER next to the game bin or iso.
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