Dolphin Svn R5649
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What is Dolphin SVN r5649 and How to Use It
Dolphin SVN r5649 is a version of Dolphin, the first Gamecube emulator able to run commercial games. Dolphin is also a great Wii emulator that has a partial Wii support and plays most Gamecube games. Dolphin SVN r5649 was released in May 2010 and it has many improvements and bug fixes over the previous versions.
In this article, we will show you how to download, install and configure Dolphin SVN r5649 on your Windows PC. We will also give you some tips and tricks to optimize your gaming experience with Dolphin SVN r5649.
How to Download Dolphin SVN r5649
You can download Dolphin SVN r5649 from various sources on the internet, such as EmuCR.com or Brewology.com. These websites provide links to the executable files for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. You can also download the source code of Dolphin SVN r5649 from GitHub if you want to compile it yourself.
Before you download Dolphin SVN r5649, make sure you have the following requirements on your PC:
A processor with SSE2 support
A graphics card that supports Pixel Shader 2.0 or higher
DirectX 9.0c or higher
Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package
A Gamecube or Wii game disc or ISO file
How to Install Dolphin SVN r5649
Installing Dolphin SVN r5649 is very easy. Just follow these steps:
Extract the downloaded file to a folder of your choice.
Run the Dolphin.exe file in the folder.
You will see the main window of Dolphin SVN r5649. Click on the Config button to open the configuration dialog.
On the General tab, you can adjust the basic settings of Dolphin SVN r5649, such as language, interface theme, dual core mode, idle skipping, frame limit and more.
On the Display tab, you can change the video backend, fullscreen resolution, aspect ratio, vsync and more.
On the Audio tab, you can select the audio backend, volume, DSP emulation engine and more.
On the Gamecube tab, you can configure the Gamecube settings, such as system language, memory card slots, IPL settings and more.
On the Wii tab, you can configure the Wii settings, such as system language, aspect ratio, sensor bar position and more.
On the Paths tab, you can add or remove folders where Dolphin SVN r5649 will look for Gamecube and Wii games.
Click on OK to save your settings and close the configuration dialog.
How to Configure Controllers for Dolphin SVN r5649
Dolphin SVN r5649 supports various types of controllers, such as keyboard, mouse, gamepad, Wiimote and more. To configure your controllers for Dolphin SVN r5649, follow these steps:
Click on the GCPad button on the main window of Dolphin SVN r5649 to open the Gamecube controller configuration dialog.
Select the device you want to use for each port from the drop-down menu. You can also enable or disable rumble for each port.
Click on Configure to map the buttons and axes of your device to the Gamecube controller buttons and sticks. You can also adjust the dead zone and radius of each stick.
Click on OK to save your settings and close the Gamecube controller configuration dialog.
Click on the Wiimote button on the main window of Dolphin SVN r5649 to open the Wiimote configuration dialog.
Select how many Wiimotes you want to use from the drop-down menu. You can also enable or disable speaker data for each Wiimote.
Select the device you want to use for each Wiimote from the drop-down menu. You can use a real Wiimote with a Bluetooth adapter or a gamepad or keyboard as an emulated Wiimote.
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