PSIO | PlayStation Input Output
Total progress on PSIO
What is it?
PSIO is a cartridge that plug's into the back of your Sony PlayStation 1 console that will let you play your backed up games from an SD card. It will also allow you to boot and run code you have programmed and compiled from an SD card on the actual PlayStation 1 console itself, making it a must have tool for homebrewers, developers and most importantly, gamers.
Friday, JULY 25 2014 05.19PM.
Direct booting from the PSIO Menu and XA playback in relation with SPU RAM based audio playback is working. Optimisation is still underway. A new demonstration video will be coming soon.
Friday, JUNE 26 2014 09.23PM.
Compact Disc Digital Audio (CDDA) playback is working! Optimisation is underway in relation with XA...
Friday, JUNE 25 2014 02.54AM.
eXtended Architecture (XA) playback is working! Optimisation is underway and CDDA is next.
Monday, JUNE 16 2014 03.37PM.
It's been a while since we have shared an update, so what we have been working on is actually getting the code cleaned up and incorporating the eXtended Architecture as well as Compact Disc Digital Audio functions. We are up to hardware version 2.0, but here are some old videos of the 1.1 hardware for your enjoyment. Remember that the 1.1 hardware is now completely obsolete, and new videos of the new 2.0 hardware will be coming soon. Click the 'Playlist' option on the top left of the video to see the playlist. A thanks goes out to Shane for making the videos.
The complete compatibility list of games we have tested may be found here.