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How do you set controls on dolphin?

Dolphin Controller Configuration

  1. To open and manage the controller settings for Dolphin, from the Dolphin’s main window, navigate to Options -> Controller Settings, or simply click the “Controllers” button.
  2. In the Gamecube Controllers config area, you can configure or disable the emulated GameCube controller ports.

What specs do you need for dolphin?

Generally, these are the minimum recommended requirements for Dolphin.

  • OS: 64-bit edition of Windows (7 SP1 or higher), Linux, or macOS (10.12 Sierra or higher).
  • Processor: A CPU with SSE2 support.
  • Graphics: A reasonably modern graphics card (Direct3D 10.0 / OpenGL 3.0).

How do I reset my dolphin settings?

With your Dolphin in use, press the “Reset” button. Hold the “Reset” button down for about 3-5 seconds. Check the Full Filter Light indicator, ensuring that it’s off. In essence, what you’ve just done is “zero” out the sensor.

How do I fix dolphin frame rate?

Turning off features such as V-Sync and Anti-Aliasing, in addition to lowering the display resolution can help to increase FPS (though this may come at the cost of visual fidelity). Changing the backend from DirectX to OpenGL may help in certain games.

Which backend should I use with Dolphin?

Video Backend Depending on the game and the graphics card: Vulkan will generally provide the best performance for Nvidia and AMD, while Direct3D 12 is preferred on Intel. Direct3D 11 is a good fallback option for stability or compatibility reasons.

How much RAM do I need for Dolphin?

2 GB RAM
Dolphin (emulator)

Minimum
Personal Computer
Memory 2 GB RAM or more
Graphics hardware Pixel Shader 3.0, and DirectX 10 or OpenGL 3 support
Input device(s) Any PC input device – mouse and keyboard by default

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