Mario Kart – Mushroom Cup – playing on Dolphin Emulator using Wii remote enabled via Bluetooth
Resolution – 1920*1080
Backend – DirectX 11
Anti-Alaising – 8 Samples – Quality 32
Antistropic Filtering – 16x
Graphics card – Nvidia GTX 470 – SLI x2
Video mode – 60fps
Game mode – 60fps
Audio lock enabled
I dont claim to be good at Mario Kart, just some testing :D, more 1080p HD Renders to come soon!
Video recorded with Dxtory
Unfortunately the rendering process removed a fair bit of the sharpness of the video.
Video Rating: / 5
Super Mario Galaxy Nintendo Wii using Dolphin 4.0 Emulator
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Showing off gameplay of Super Mario Galaxy for the Nintendo Wii using the Dolphin Wii / Gamecube emulator for Windows (version 4.0). The default audio engine that Dolphin uses has issues playing the background music on a few select games, including this one. However, there is a workaround, and that is by using the DSP LLE audio engine. The only problem is, if your computer specs aren’t top-notch, DSP LLE will slow down the speed of your emulation. Mine went from 95-100% to 75-80%, which made everything choppy and was the reason I didn’t show it off in this video. For more info about DSP LLE, see the following site:
With Dolphin you can play the best Wii games, such as Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, The Legend of Zelda: The Twilight Princess, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Kirby’s Return to Dream Land, New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Wii Play, and Mario Kart Wii.
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This video is meant for educational purposes. Nintendo is the author of this game for the purpose of copyright. All rights reserved.