Step 1: You need...
- Playstation 2
- Blank CD
- USB Hard Disk (Optional)
- CD Gen PS2
- SMS Player
SMS is a DivX and MP3 player for the PS2.
Using SMS, you can stream movies and music right to your TV. forget about all the set-top boxes, forget about the 'Media PC', if you have a PS2, you have all the hardware you need.
Features of SMS include:
- Smooth DivX AVI Playback at decent resolution
- Pan/Scan and zooming
- Subtitles support (SRT and SUB)
- Visual seek (Fast Forward and Rewind)
- Multiple language and character set support for subtitles other than English
- MP3 Playback
- AC3 Surround Support
- Full resolution
- Copy your movies and mp3's to your internal HDD!
SMS will read video files from a variety of sources:
- Network Streaming
- USB Drives
- Hard Drives (both the Official Sony HDD and any normal PC HDD)
- CD/DVD-ROM (and NO modchip required!)
SMS can even read DVD-RW discs specially formatted with the DVD-Video filesystem, or CD-R Discs formatted with CDDAFS without needing a modchip or any Swap tricks.
Download SMS Player.
Download USB.irx file which is part of Naplink.
Download the SYSTEM.cnf file.
Note: There are other Media players for PS2, But I chose SMS because I find it most efficient.
Step 3:Extract the CDGenPS2 zip file to any location on your drive. Launch the CDGenPS2 exe file.
Drag all the files in the application which you have download (i.e SMS.elf, USB.irx, System.cnf)
Right click on "System.cnf" and click "Edit", check "Fix LBA", type 12231 in LBA "text box"
Click File->Create CD then Save
Voila! Burn to a CD (not DVD) using any of your favourite CD-Writer software.
Step 4:Place the newly created CD into your PS2. Power On.
After the SMS player loads up. Replace the CD, with any DVD or CD which contains the DivX / Xvid or MP3's, just browse and play the files.
If you want, I have created a CD-Image for you. Download SMS Player CD-Image Zip, extract it, then burn it to your CD.http://www.youtube.com/user/techvision011
Disclaimer! Ensure that you legally own the original movies which you backup in DivX or Xvid formats. I take no responsibility for any damage to your property. Take your own risk.
Source : http://digitalherald.blogspot.com/2006/10/turn-your-ps2-into-home-entertainment.html