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What's a day what we're gonna be saying up is the nintendo ds emulator pc or our systems now it's been more specific we're gonna be setting that the DES boom or every pronounces emulator hook at our pcs now as always understand forgetting the games to be working we take this and push it to the limit because well we can and you know 2016 we're a lot more advanced we don't have to just pepper around on our original formatted games we can actually shoot them up a little bit and well play them to the full potential so that's what this video is for today we're not just going to get the games working we're not just going to get the games working as good as we can on your pcs what we're going to do is blow this up to the 2016 standards so we're going full-on 4k so without further ado let's get stuck in right there the des beaume emulator what we're gonna be doing today is configuring this on our Windows PC this runs on virtually any platform out there however we're gonna be focusing on the Windows version today of course you can follow it along because an awful lot of the settings are identical on all across the platforms and what we're going to be doing is getting this set up for your PC so of course we're going to be starting from the lowest possible settings in other words the most compatible and the most fastest that will run on well everybody's computer that is powerful to run this emulator now this is quite an old system and it's quite an experience then later which means that you shouldn't have much problem at all as long as you've got a fairly recent computer doesn't make no difference if it's a full-on gaming rig but you need to have at least some kind of I don't know power under the hood to be able to do stuff like this now what we're going to be doing for those people who have more I don't know technologically equipped is we're going to start to push this up and ramp it up to its full potential so we're going to take off the stabilizers and we're going to push this up to full HD graphics then what we're going to do is push this even further we'll go add on extras we're going to add on everything that we can so it looks the most perfect we can get stable on our PC now of course everybody be able to push this out to various different limits that's why I'm starting from the bottom and we're gonna push it to the limit hotel without further ado let's just get stuck into this right so the first thing we will do is download the actual emulator itself so in the description down below there'll be a link unlikely into this site which is the DES boom 0.9 0.7 official website with this release at the top and if you look at a date that was 2015 that was over a year ago this emulator is open source which means that anybody and everybody can be working on this and they do is actually almost daily bills released and well we weren't a part of that action because although this is good and stable it's got none of the features that we will be messing with today so go to the download page here and it will lead you to this place which again will offer you the same download which was on the third Paige you don't what now you also don't want this link here that's even older builds then we start getting to the good stuff nightly builds now this is trippy guys we'll cover this later on but these are more or less alpha bills going after bug fixes and increasing compatibility certain games bring your next features in very good however very unreliable and can cause lots of issues this one is again I would call this kind of beta stage where things are being progressed things are a lot more stable it's basically the melting pot that loads of people are added into it gets build our build BOTS which actually makes the build itself and you can read what they've done what they've not done what they're trying to go for in the commit log next to it and the notes and you can download and peruse at your own leisure but again they may give good performance and added features but you probably will have some issues at some point these are the ones which have kind of got a seal of approval the official nightly builds now these are not good enough to be released at the full build however they are still very good and up-to-date and have lots of the features which we are going to utilize today so we're going to use these now I'm going to download the latest one which is our 5 5 to 4 I want it for my version of Windows which is windows 64-bit and now hopefully if my internet catches up it should download okay well that's happening then I'm gonna go to my desktop I'm gonna make a new folder to put this in so there's new I'm also gonna label lists as per my build so I'm good but this is revision five five to four so I know what build this one is running on obviously as new bills come out you can then switch and swap which ones are working better than others however let's work on this one right I'm gonna expand that folder and then this is now finished so they'll open it up this is compressed it's a zip format so you're gonna need a compression tool to unzip it so as it's a zip format you're gonna need winzip P zip or something along them lines once that's done then extract it to your location whenever you gonna put it exit out of there we don't need the website anymore Kate let's full pay this bad boy now we've got the actual emulator that we're going to run quickly what I'm going to do I click on it right click properties and then going to go to the compatibility tab and going to give this as minister a two rights as you can see it's already done it because I've done it on earlier builds of this emulator if it's not already do so click apply and then click OK and that will give you the permission to make files and folders on your system because some people systems have got more security issues than others depending on what version of Windows and what kind of how you're running it anyway once you've done that then you'll end up with this file and once I click this it will launch the emulator but we'll also start making more files and folders as I start to configure it so let's open it up don't want to do it yes right this is the actual emulator this is the screen that tells me what's going on in the computer world as it's actually running and as you can see start making this first one which is a configuration setting now what we need to do is actually get these configurations going everything I changed here will change in this configuration setting in real time also so all right first thing that we're gonna do is the main tabs that we're going to use to configure these are these to view and config I stretch this out a little bit make it a little bit bigger so when we start gaming we can see what's going on ok first thing we're going to do then is in the config we're gonna get this emulator running as fast as possible not the most compatibility settings but the one that's as fast on everybody systems for those of you running on low ends you can get maximum frames per second to get this running full speed that's our first mission so go into the config tab emulator settings I want you to unpick this general tab and I wanting to take the CPU emulation mode this will give less compatibility for all the games a few problem won't work however you probably will not come across those however with doing it where we've just done it it will speed things up trust me so then click OK done next thing we're gonna do then is go into 3d settings now in this tab I want you to keep it as soft rasterizer now what that's doing is it's using the software to actually do the emulation for those of you without dedicated graphics card and all that kind of stuff is probably fast a few guys in fact it's probably faster for everybody all-round at this stage then we want to do is uncheck all of these except enable textures if it was to UM take this when we start playing a game you would have a big white screen with a few shadows on it depicting the shape of the game so it's not like the ideal you need to keep this on to keep the game full of color next thing to do is untick that then we want to take these and now this will keep it as the fastest settings we can get so everybody now can play a full frames per second hopefully as long as their computer can allow it do not play with anything around there keep this is one keep everything ticked as you can see now once that's done click OK right now we are up stage what I want to do now is maximize this so dragged it up to the top and that will maximize it on my screen you may have to do it different depending on your version of Windows ok now what we want to do is show you a game running so go to file go to open ROM once you've found your location it should find wherever your roms are so basically once you've loaded a ROM it will remember where that location was and will always show it and here we go here's my games ok first off I'm gonna launch a game which probably you guys can recognize and well it won't surprise anybody and you'll know what it's supposed to look like a no load Mario Cart first up presume and Robins our games come in two different formats well most of the time anyway they will come in a nd s format sort of words you've got the name of the game then dot NDS at the end and also you've got the zip format both of these are almost identical in fact inside the zip format is in probably the dot NDS now the emulator can run the both both zipped and extracted the issue is that obviously you save space by getting them compressed however these gave us a tiny but then you go take into consideration that there's thousands upon thousands these games so although they may be small once you start to add them all up the Desai's does go bigger so by zipping them all up you saving space the emulator can launch from both there's virtually no difference in them whatsoever however there is a split second of word the emulator will uncompressed decompress or extract the game before it launches it's almost unnoticeable but that's only on the actual launch of the game and then it will always remember it ok that's that done now what I want to do is actually launch this game so hopefully I want to click on this there we go the game actually launches which is all good at this point I'm not giving any sound out because Oh help Nintendo start kicking off because I'm playing music on my youtube channel of that they own write what I want to do there aid me and my mission to configure all this is going to be you going to hood going to display frames per second now what we can see now is frames per second a lot of details about this game as you can see this game the first one is how many frames per second my computer is running up so as you can see it's written at 16 it's written at 60 pretty damn well to be honest as is expected because we're running in a pretty low settings at this stage it's supposed to be running at 60 frames per second that's the second figure so this can change depending on what game you're running and what stage of the game it's out so in the menu scene you'll probably drop this to about ten in some cases none because it's just a thick screen so it could be 60 of Nan in that case however while the games run in it should have a certain frames per second these percentages is how much draw is having on your system so obviously once we start getting to the 98 or all the way up to 100% things are gonna start slowing down you're gonna have stutters and all that kind of bad stuff that me do not want so you want to keep these as low as possible but don't get afraid if it does get up to the 80s or even such a 90 once you start getting into that stage though you have to start throttling back on some of the settings that we're going to be putting into place so everybody system is different everybody's computer can get up to different levels and we're going to be pushing this to the limit today so first off them what we want to do is show you if you are even struggling at this stage what you can do to help you now there is a cheat that we can get round so by going into config go into frame skip now you've got various settings that we can do in this level one of them is tick the box frame limit frame rate you want to keep that tick to all time the last thing you want to do is untick that basically what will happen is it will let this run as high as your computer would allow it so first off it will start burning out your computer if you've got a I don't know a lot of beef in there and it can easily run the game it'll just keep on running it until it starts bringing your CPU to a stage but well it overheats pretty quick so you do not want to be going for headshots in countless strike the best thing you want is too many frames per second you wanted to run it to the maximum of the game so always keep that ticked otherwise you'll end up going fast-forward mode and you'll end up putting undue stress on your computer so that's a big no-no what you want to do though if your computer is struggling at any point during the configurations is do the frame skip now this you want to go to a maximum of about four so if your computer starts to struggle you get in a few frames per second loss and things are starting to slow down a little bit you can put the frame skip on however this has an impact in terms of visuals so what will happen is by turning it on to four is it's got a possibility out of every four frames to only display one so what'll happen is will do you'll miss four frames sure you want miss four frames sure you want now that's pretty good because it will then get your frames per second up but that's fooling you into thinking that you're showing all those but you're not this is hard to explain you're missing four of those frames so if your computer is being drawn to its knees and it skips every one of those your game can look very disrespect it's a very 3d orientated game so you want to keep this offer as low as possible and my interpretation of this is would be to avoid this at all possible unless you cannot run it even at this stage if you're starting to push up your graphics a little bit the last thing you want is to skip frames because it just looks silly you may be fooling yourself into thinking you're getting 60 frames per second but you're actually not and your friends will notice trust me okay first thing that we're going to do is the old school way of ramping things up the one that is less resource-intensive so first thing you need to do is go into the View tab and then we can go into magnification and filter now when I start messing around with this there is a bug in DES boom where I don't know the screen will either go massive or it will go tiny at that point I will show you how to get it back to normal trust me guys it's not you choosing the wrong settings there is a bug in here and if it does start to lose fullscreen go out of its normal aspect or anything like that I'll show you how to fix it I cannot show you how at this point because it's not happened it's just a bug which is well known in this emulator so let's actually get on with it and well across that bridge if it comes first things first then these are the different filters that allow you to stop this beam so pixelated so as we can see we've got the mariokart that's just the image so yes it's got jaggies around the edge it looks a little bit blurred especially when you go into the bottom screen here where you've got a very pixelated font and things like that what we can do is go into view go into the magnification filter and we can improve the actual image and the way it's represented to us so it looks a lot smoother and well pretty awesome to be honest so the best way for 2d games and trust me guys you want different settings for different types of games is probably five times BRZ however these do have different impacts on how it affects your system so going straight into this one could slow your computer down like no one's business obviously there's not much going on on the screen right now so it won't for me so I'm going to choose this and watch the writing here and how clear it becomes did you see that it looks a lot smoother it looks like more cartoony it looks awesome and this is great for 2d games however once the emulator starts now you can see yes it looks great at the bottom there it's 2d everything looks nice and everything looks smooth but at the top it looks a little bit now it looks good but maybe a little bit bad depending on your taste but it looks very busy on the screen especially when you start to blow this up so if I go into view layout and go to one LCD it will block the top screen and as you can see it looks good but it looks like I don't know like somebody's painting it on the screen and when things start going pretty fast on the screen it looks too busy for me it's not my cup of tea it looks good but it's not it's just not cricket for me okay so there are other filters that we can go into we can go into magnification filters different filters will be good for different types of games 2d 3d all.
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