Provided by: fceux_2.1.4a+repack-0ubuntu1_i386
fceux - An emulator for the original (8-bit) Nintendo game console.
fceux [options] "filename"
FCE Ultra is an emulator for the original (8-bit) Nintendo
Entertainment System (NES). It has a robust color palette rendering
engine that is fully customizable, along with excellent sound and
joystick support, and even supports movie recording and playback.
These are some of the more frequently used options in FCE Ultra. Run
fceux without any options for a larger list, or see the README for the
Toggle full-screen mode.
Set the Horizontal resolution for full-screen mode.
Set the Vertical resolution for full-screen mode.
Toggle autoscaling for fullscreen.
Enable Game Genie emulation support.
Use the custom palette in <file>.
Sets the sound volume to the given percentage.
Set the sound playback sample rate (0 == off).
FCE Ultra has a number of commands available within the
emulator. It also includes default keyboard bindings when
emulating game pads or power pads.
Gamepad Keyboard Bindings
|NES Gamepad | Keyboard |
| Up | W |
| Down | S |
| Left | A |
| Right | D |
| A | J |
| B | K |
| Select | TAB |
| Start | ENTER |
<Alt+Enter> Toggle full-screen mode.
<F1> Activate cheat interface.
<F3> Load LUA script.
<F5> Save game state into current slot (set using number
<F7> Restore game state from current slot (set using number
Shift+<F5> Beging recording video.
Shift+<F7> Load recorded video.
<F9> Reset NES.
<F12> Save screen snapshot.
<ESC> Quit FCE Ultra.
The FCE Ultra project homepage.
This manual page was written by Joe Nahmias <joe _at_ nahmias.net>, and
Lukas Sabota <ltsmooth42 _at_ gmail.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux
system (but may be used by others).
August 10, 2008 FCEUX(6)