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       dolphin-emu - an emulator for running GameCube, Wii, and Triforce games on Windows, Linux,
       OS X, and recent Android devices.


       dolphin-emu [-h] [-d] [-l] [-e file] [-b] [-c] [-V video] [-A audio] [-m file] [-u path]


       Dolphin is an emulator for two recent Nintendo video game consoles: the GameCube  and  the
       Wii.  It  allows  PC  gamers to enjoy games for these two consoles in full HD (1080p) with
       several enhancements: compatibility  with  all  PC  controllers,  turbo  speed,  networked
       multiplayer, and even more!

       dolphin-emu features a graphical user interface made using wxWidgets.


       -h, --help
              Show this help message

       -d, --debugger
              Opens the debugger

       -l, --logger
              Opens the logger

       -e, --exec=file
              Loads the specified file (DOL,ELF,WAD,GCM,ISO)

       -b, --batch
              Exit Dolphin with emulator

       -c, --confirm=text
              Set Confirm on Stop

       -V, --video_backend=video
              OpenGL (OGL) or Software Renderer video backend

       -A, --audio_emulation=audio
              Low level (LLE) or high level (HLE) audio

       -m, --movie=file
              Play a movie file

       -u, --user=path
              User folder path


              Default user configuration directory.


       This  manual page was written by Jeremy Newton, but may be distributed freely using the CC
       BY license.

                                          March 4, 2016                            DOLPHIN-EMU(6)