Sony's first handheld console, the PSP, is finally out in the US and people are doing whatever they can to cram whatever media they have on it. First up, Zatz Not Funny has updated their TiVo To Go guide with a guide to put .tivo files on a PSP. Short version: strip the DRM, convert it to MPEG4 and stuff it on a memory stick.
Then we have the case of PSP Video 9, which bills itself as "a free PSP video conversion and management application." Sort of like iTunes for PSP media. The cool thing is that when you combine it with Videora (previously mentioned on PVRblog) you can subscribe to BitTorrent feeds and automatically download videos to your PSP. Obviously the first priority for this amazing amalgam of technology is PSPr0n.
I don't have a Windows system or a PSP to test PSP Video 9 with (for some reason Sony forgot to send PVRblog a pre-release PSP to review) but since it handles all the transcoding for you, I wouldn't be surprised if it could also handle TiVoToGo files. Has anyone tried this out?