How to dump your games for use in Dolphin.
Learn how to configure Dolphin to get the maximum performance out of it. This guide explains all the settings of the emulator and their impact on performance.
How to configure Dolphin to emulate a GameCube pad or a Wiimote using a different type of controller or even a keyboard.
Explains how to bring settings and saves into 4.0-era builds, and how to control the new system.
Gives instructions for how to set up and use Dolphin's native support for the Official GameCube Adapter for Wii U.
A guide listing anything you might want to buy to make your experience with Dolphin better: Bluetooth dongles, sensor bars, Wii Remotes, adapters, etc.
Describes how to use the problematic breed of the Wii Remote Plus: the RVL-CNT-01-TR.
Shows how to set up Netplay in Dolphin for reliable internet play.
Shows how to make a virtual SD card, required by many homebrew apps and game mods.
Explains how to dump and use your Wii's NAND in Dolphin.
The FIFO Player is a feature of Dolphin allowing graphics rendering to be recorded to a file. It is most commonly used by developers to debug graphics issues without having to own the game. If you want to report a graphics rendering bug, read this guide first!