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WinUAE 3.3.0 Beta 8

Description

WinUAE is a 32-bit Windows version (XP/Vista/7) of the UAE Amiga Emulator. UAE is the collaborative effort of a number of Amiga enthusiasts to create a portable Amiga emulator under the GNU Public License. The source-code for all UAE versions is available, and donated code is always appreciated.

WinUAE allows you to run Amiga software under Windows, including many games, demos, and applications. General compatibility is excellent, and there are a number of enhancements in WinUAE compared to a standard Amiga computer.

Features:

WinUAE is a very feature-rich implementation of an Amiga:

  • Picasso96 RTG support, so that your Amiga can make use of all available display modes of your PC graphics-card. P96-RTG is implemented as a Zorro-III graphics-card to the Amiga.
  • CD-ROM, CDTV and CD32 drive support, for accessing Amiga CD-ROM discs.
  • Windows file-system support, so that your Amiga can use your PC hard-drive's file-system directly. Makes it easy to share files between Windows and the Amiga.
  • Full Harddisk support, for maximum compatibility, and reduced risk. HDToolbox, RDB and custom filesystems supported. Able to mount real hard disks with RDB and Amithlon partitions. Kickstart 1.3 hardfiles now supported with FastFileSystem in KS roms directory.
  • Zorro-III memory-expansion support, so that you can emulate an Amiga with up to 2GB of RAM.
  • Super-Alice custom-chip, with up to 8-Megs of Chip Memory.
  • Virtual networking support, through either your Ethernet or Dial-Up Networking connection to the world.
  • MIDI output support.
  • JIT CPU emulation.
  • Action Replay 1/2/3 support.
  • Compressed Kickstart ROM support.
  • All keys now usable as Amiga keys including Windows keys and are usable in Input-tab configuration.
  • Floppy disk speed slider and configurable floppy drive types.
  • Quickstart mode allows you to select pre-configured Amiga models
  • And many, many more!

Changelog

Beta 8:

  • Game Ports joystick type was always empty (undefined).
  • Quickstart panel CDTV/CD32 CD path name label was "DF1:", not "CD". (Broke when bridgeboard drive support was added)
  • Dragndrop to emulation window didn't work correctly until GUI was opened at least once.
  • Added screenshot autoclip mode, uses autoscale display size/position detection. Also added following config file only entries: (all config entries need win32. prefix)
  • screenshot_min_width and screenshot_min_height: minimum autoclip size in lores pixels.
  • screenshot_max_width and screenshot_max_height: maximum autoclip size in lores pixels.
  • screenshot_width and screenshot_height: forced screenshot size (non-autoclip mode only)
  • screenshot_x and screenshot_y: position/offset of screenshot (non-autoclip mode only)
  • screenshot_mult_width and screenshot_mult_height: 1x, 2x, 3x, .. 8x screenshot size multiplier.
  • screenshot_output_width_limit and screenshot_output_height_limit: minimum screenshot size, if original size is smaller, multiplier is increased until width/height is same or larger.
  • More internal changes to support more than one enabled RTG board at the same time. (Still lots more to do..)
  • 68020/030 RTE didn't generate exception when it encountered 68040+ or 68010 only stack frame types.
  • Return error code instead of crashing if bsdsocket emulation sendto() tries to use unsupported raw protocol.
  • Switching from relative path mode back to normal mode could have caused repeated crashing.
  • Do not write reserved block at the end of FileInfoBlock back to Amiga side, Pre-2.x dos commands don't allocate complete FIB structure. (Was side-effect of OS4.x compatible trap system)
  • Basic NERO nrg CD image support added. Data and audio tracks seems to work.
  • CDFS mounting selects Joliet volume label if found. (Joliet volume label is not restricted to capital ASCII letters)
  • uaenet.device S2_READORPHAN should not filter unknown multicast addresses.

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