recently got myself a PSP, mainly intended as a portable video device for carrying around work-previews, demoreel and for misc. stuff. not really wanting to play games on it.
anyway, i was wondering if anyone of you have tried the various PC->PSP video encoding tools? i'm trying to figure out a workflow to avoid recompression as much as possible. i'd rather feed still image sequences straight from the compositor into the encoder to lose as little image quality as possible.
however, is it only my impression or do all the encoders REQUIRE an audio track to be present or else you will get all sorts of misleading error messages?
in that case (never had anything to do with audio editing at all) i assume it's possible to record an "empty" dummy audio-file and use that to fill up the audio track?
can't find that kind of info on the net. i can understand that one would want to have audio on ripped movie dvd's and porn though and therefore few ever stumbled over that issue