Jpcsp v0.6 PC Java Based PSP Emulator
Its been a while since we have looked at Jpcsp, the PC java based PSP Emualtor. The new official v0.6 release has many improvements. A lot of games are fully playable and its really starting to shape up well. Many improvements in the official release, so if you haven’t tried Jpcsp for some time its worth another shot.
Jpcsp v0.6 Changelog:
• Included compilation of several “Allegrex” instructions in dynarec for a
much better performance;
• Performed major code cleanups and reorganization;
• Fixed and improved module loading:
- Corrected import and export’s mapping;
- Implemented newly discovered loading methods.
• Updated all modules with the most recent findings;
• Added all new save/load (savedata) modes;
• Reviewed and improved all kernel object managers:
- Implemented each kernel object manager’s attributes;
- Added full LwMutex support in a dedicated kernel object manager
- Provided corrections for mutex, semaphore and event flag managers;
- Properly implemented VPL and FPL handling.
• Improved graphics’ handling:
- Splitted rendering into a new RE (rendering engine);
- Cleaned up and optimized VideoEngine;
- Fully implemented, corrected and organized main GE commands;
- Improved shaders’ usage and stability;
- Introduced a geometry shader for increased speed in rendering;
- Fixed display list processing;
- Improved the performance of several GE commands.
- Implemented the VideoEngine processing in a parallel thread,
to take advantage of dual-core processors and
match the PSP dual-core architecture.
• Implemented a MediaEngine for video and audio playback (based on FFMPEG):
- Added video playback support in sceMpeg and scePsmfPlayer;
- Added ATRAC3 audio playback support in sceAtrac3plus;
- Improved “UMD Browser” to display images, load videos and play sounds
from the UMD data.
• Improved main GUI and debug tools:
- Added a “Cheats” menu with CWCheat support;
- Provided a cleaner organization and display of settings;
- Removed “Emulation” menu;
- Improved the “Logger” tool;
- Added a new “Image Viewer” tool.
Since it has many builds for 32bit or 64bit Mac, Linux and Windows, best to grab the download over at Jpcsp for your OS type.