Double Audio Input Cable
First Step: Installing Remote Joy
Go download that file and extract it with Winrar anywhere on your PC.
Go into USB mode on your PSP.
On your PC go to my computers and select your PSP drive and go to SEPLUGINS.
Now go to the extract folder called "24162_RemoteJoyLite_017b1" and copy the named "RemoteJoyLite.prx" over to the folder called SEPLUGINS on your psp.
Once you have done that, Copy the exact code. You will have to copy into two files located in SEPLUGINS, the first one is called vsh.txt and the second one is called game.txt.
Now disable USB mode and do a FULL shutdown of your PSP.
Open your PSP while holding the RIGHT TRIGGER so that you boot in to RECOVERY MODE.
In the recovery menu go to PLUGINS and press X. Once you are in the plugins menu, enable the two RemoteJoyLite.prx's, GAME and VSH.
You have successfully installed Remote Joy onto your PSP
Step Two: Installing PSP Driver Type B
Download that file, It is the PSP Driver Type B installer.
Start the PSP Type B USB Driver Install.exe
It may ask for the files called "libusb0.sys" and "libusb0.dll" those are located in the folder "PSP_TypeB_drivers_0.1.12.1" which you downloaded in the other files earlier.
After that the installation should be complete.
With your USB Cable plugged in but NOT enabled you should be able to get Remote Joy to work by opening the "RemoteJoyLite.exe" located in the "24162_RemoteJoyLite_017b1" folder.
Step Three: Setting Up Audio
You will need your Double Audio Input Cable, which looks something like the picture above, has Audio Inputs on BOTH ends.
Plug in one end in your PSP audio output, and one in your sound card's MICROPHONE jack. (see picture below as reference)
You should now here your psp on your speakers/headphones.
If you can't hear anything, make sure your microphone VOLUME isn't muted.
Will probably give feedback.
Step Three: Recording Audio/Video
Prepare your PSP to record, get ready to launch the game..etc
Use a video recording program to record it, make sure it is recording AUDIO and VIDEO. (Fraps is good)
Start recording, if you want the best quality make sure you use the "Full Frames, Uncompressed" option, be warned, it WILL create a very large file because it isn't being compressed.
Once you are done recording, Get a video compressing program to compress the file. (May lose quality)
I hoped you like my guide,