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yabause — Yet Another Buggy And Uncomplete Saturn Emulator

Synopsis

yabause [ -afh ] [ -b <BIOS> | -nb ] [ -c <CDROM> | -i <ISO> ] [ -ns ] [ --autoframeskip=0|1 ] [ --autoload=<SLOT> ] [ --autostart ] [ --binary=<BINARY>[:<ADDRESS>] ]

Description

Yabause is a Sega Saturn emulator. Yabause needs either a bios file, a game or a binary to run. Games can be loaded from a real cd device or from dump files.

Options

--autoframeskip

Enable or disable auto frame skipping / limiting.

--autoload

Automatically start emulation and load a savestate.

-a
--autostart

Automatically start emulation.

-b
--bios

Choose a bios file.

-c
--cdrom

Choose the cdrom device.

--binary

Use a binary file. Content of the file will be loaded to 0x06004000 and execution will start from that address. You can provide an alternative address to load and run the binary with the --binary=<BINARY>:<ADDRESS> syntax. When using this option, emulation is automatically started and you shouldn't use it in conjunction with -a. This option is intended for homebrew developers wanting to test their programs in Yabause.

-f
--fullscreen

Start the emulator in fullscreen.

-i
--iso

Choose a dump file. The dump can be either in iso or bin/cue file format.

-nb
--no-bios

Use the emulated bios.

-ns
--no-sound

Turns sound off. This option actually set the sound core to the dummy one.

Files

<BINARY>

An executable for the Saturn, usually with a BIN extension.

<BIOS>

A Saturn ROM BIOS image.

<CDROM>

A CDROM device file.

<ISO>

A Saturn game dump.

Authors

Copyright (c) 2002-2013 Yabause Team

Web: http://yabause.org

Please don't ask for roms, bios files or any other copyrighted stuff.

Info

July 13, 2016 yabause-0.9.15