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EmuCR: higanhigan v103r16 is complied. higan (formerly bsnes) is a Nintendo multi-system emulator that began development on 2004-10-14. It currently supports the following systems:
- Famicom
- Super Famicom
- Game Boy
- Game Boy Color
- Game Boy Advance

higan also supports the following subsystems:
- Super Game Boy
- BS-X Satellaview
- Sufami Turbo

higan Changelog:
- emulator/audio: added the ability to change the output frequency at
run-time without emulator reset
- tomoko: display video synchronize option again¹
- tomoko: Settings→Configuration expanded to Settings→{Video,
Audio, Input, Hotkey, Advanced} Settings²
- tomoko: fix default population of audio settings tab
- ruby: Audio::frequency is a double now (to match both
Emulator::Audio and ASIO)³
- tomoko: changing the audio device will repopulate the frequency and
latency lists
- tomoko: changing the audio frequency can now be done in real-time
- ruby/audio/asio: added missing device() information, so devices can
be changed now
- ruby/audio/openal: ported to new API; added device selection support
- ruby/audio/wasapi: ported to new API, but did not test yet (it's
assuredly still broken)⁴

¹: I'm uneasy about this ... but, I guess if people want to disable
audio and just have smooth scrolling video ... so be it. With
Screwtape's documentation, hopefully that'll help people understand that
video synchronization always breaks audio synchronization. I may change
this to a child menu that lets you pick between {no synchronization,
video synchronization, audio synchronization} as a radio selection.

²: given how much more useful the video and audio tabs are now, I
felt that four extra menu items were worth saving a click and going
right to the tab you want. This also matches the behavior of the Tools
menu displaying all tool options and taking you directly to each tab.
This is kind of a hard change to get used to ... but I think it's for
the better.

³: kind of stupid because I've never seen a hardware sound card where
floor(frequency) != frequency, but whatever. Yay consistency.

⁴: I'm going to move it to be event-driven, and try to support 24-bit
sample formats if possible. Who knows which cards that'll fix and which
cards that'll break. I may end up making multiple WASAPI drivers so
people can find one that actually works for them. We'll see.

Download: higan v103r16 x86
Download: higan v103r16 x64
Source: Here

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