Eagle Rock Entertainment PSP Downloads
Eagle Rock Entertainment makes concerts and videos for the Sony PSP UMD movie format. On there download page there is a section to download some free music videos in .MP4 format for your memory stick.
The artists vary in range from:
Alice Cooper, “School’s Out”
Busta Rhymes, “I Know What You Want”
Dio, “Holy Diver”
Marilyn Manson, “Beautiful People”
The Cure, “Fascination Street”
Puddle Of Mudd, “Blurry (Acoustic)”
The Naughty Show, “Clips”.
Can you guess which one I downloaded?
Want to become a beatbox master? You know you do. Well head over to Beatbox.Tv for free downloads. Two of the videos are tutorials and one is a demostration that will leave you yearning for more. This brings back memories and I can still beatbox the theme song of Gillian’s Island. Don’t ask.
This sight has been around since the debut of the PSP and has only gotten better. They had a few magazines that were formatted for the PSP to now still offering magazines, videos, music, news and more. A definite bookmark for your PSP free downloadables.
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- 2 Terabytes of storage (2000GB)
- Plays all types of video and audio media (Divx, MP3, DVD, CD, Vinyl)
- Rips video and audio from DVD, CD, iPod and Vinyl (That’s right records/wax whatever you call it)
- 7″ LCD Touchscreen
- 5.1 Surround Sound
It can do a lot more and can be found at ThinkGeek.com for $800 price tag.
Credit: Found by Zend999 via ThinkGeek.com.
Edit: Happy April Fool’s Day (a couple days late).
If you were crazy enough to get your Sony PSP at launch like I did then you were probably as hungry as me to feed it all the free legal content I could get my hands on. I skipped the music part because I have a 20gb MP3 player. So my next thing was to try the video function. I did not have as much problems as other people had because I researched how to put videos on the PSP before it was out and how to format it and name it. With all that out the way I started to collect and bookmark sights that had PSP content. Fast forward to present day, the PSP has been out for a year and I have a long list of PSP content bookmarked. Now I share this content with you:
29PSP Video Guide
One of the first sights I discovered with original shows and trailers to feed your little device. They also have the 29MP4 Video Store that I have previously reviewed here.