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EmuCR:DeSmuMEDeSmuME Git (2017/02/02) is compiled. DeSmuME is an open source Nintendo DS(NDS) emulator for Linux, Mac OS and Windows. DeSmuME supports save states, the ability to increase the size of the screen and it supports filters to improve image quality. DeSmuME also supports microphone use on Windows and Linux ports, as well as direct video and audio recording. The emulator also features a built-in movie recorder.

DeSmuME Git Changelog:
* Cocoa Port: Oops! Forgot to take out a reference to the not-yet-released Apple Metal renderer.
- Fixes building of the Xcode project. (Regression from commit aff2d07.)
* Cocoa Port: Huge refactor to ClientDisplayView, now supporting the use of shared fetch objects and shared client objects in order to lower memory usage and CPU/GPU usage when many display views are running at the same time.
- OpenGL display views now use a shared fetch object to fetch the emulated GPU framebuffers and store them in shared textures within a shared context. In conjunction with the new double-buffering support from the last commit, this eliminates the copying between the framebuffers and each display view.
- OpenGL display views now use shared HQnx LUT textures, rather than having to initialize and maintain a copy of the LUT textures for each display view.
- OpenGL display views no longer perform any rendering while their associated NSView is hidden, improving the performance of creating new display views.
- OpenGL display views can now DMA directly from pinned-memory both custom-sized framebuffers and CPU-pixel-scaled native-sized framebuffers at the same time.
* GPU: The output framebuffers are now double-buffered and page-aligned.
- Framebuffers are now page-aligned on 4KB boundaries. This is to
improve performance when using the framebuffers directly as pinned AGP
- Framebuffers are now double-buffered. The target buffer index is now
tracked using the bufferIndex field of NDSDisplayInfo.
- Clients may no longer supply their own buffers to
SetCustomFramebufferSize(). Clients must use the pointers supplied by
- The frameskip flag is now set only on line 0 and remains consistent
for all 192 lines of rendering.
- GPUSubsystem no longer needs a special allocater/deallocator for
itself, so it has been reverted back to a standard C++ new/delete.
- Add a GPUClientFetchObject helper class as an aid to clients that
need to read out the framebuffers. (Should probably move to its own
file at some later date.)

Download: DeSmuME Git (2017/02/02) x86
Download: DeSmuME Git (2017/02/02) x64
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