I probably should know the answer to this, but alas, I can't think of any.
I'd like to capture items from my PS2 directly to my computer without the aid of a VHS machiene. Is there a method to do this? For some reason when I try to capture it (using my DVDExpress capturing device) it simply will not work.
Yes, I finally have updated the Troll Moment of the Week! This week is brought to you by ;
"STONEBOY!" , who brought us the following such pieces of wisdom as:
STONEBOY!: "THIS GOES MESSAGE GOES OUT TO ALL CANADIANS ESPECIALLY MONTREAL WHEREVER THE F#CK THAT IS".
Kidbrooklyn: "Please god tell me that you're making fun of the douche who started this thread...
Wait, no he isn't. He's serious. I hadn't read his previous brilliance before. I apologize" (in reference to a reply by James1978).
A couple of years ago, I found a utility that will read PSone discs and will display (and save, if requested) the FMV from the discs. It was a great way to get the ballroom dancing scene from FFVII. Sadly, the name of the utility escapes me.
I'd be tempted to believe such a utility exists for the PS2
I've seen 15 movies so far this year: Because I Said So - (2*); Borat - (5*); Children Of Men - (4*); Die Hard 4 - (5*); Evan Almighty - (3.5*); Fantastic Four 2 - (4.5*); Hairspray - (5*); Harry Potter 5 - (4*); Knocked Up - (4*); The Last Mimsy - (4*); Mr. Brooks - (4*); Shrek The Third - (3*); Spiderman 3 - (3.5*); Superbad - (1*); Transformers - (2*)
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/3696306.stm Imagine 100 feature lenghth movies on ONE disk! Science and techonology is advancing far my friends, and I'm glad to be a young guy(25) so I can experience all of this. Amazing. Utterly amazing.