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#GOTO <code>Options</code> -> <code>Graphic packs</code>
 
#GOTO <code>Options</code> -> <code>Graphic packs</code>
 
#Tick the box next to the graphics packs you want to enable (NOTE:  Game IDs are defined in graphics packs so they are only used when a specific game is run, so you can leave all of the graphics packs on for your various games without fear of conflict.)
 
#Tick the box next to the graphics packs you want to enable (NOTE:  Game IDs are defined in graphics packs so they are only used when a specific game is run, so you can leave all of the graphics packs on for your various games without fear of conflict.)
#Reboot Cemu
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#Launch a game or restart Cemu
  
 
==How to check if a graphic pack is active==
 
==How to check if a graphic pack is active==

Revision as of 12:30, 18 February 2020

How to install graphic packs

Automatically

Cemu->Options->Graphic Packs->click on "Download latest community graphic packs"

Manually

If you want to install a pack manually place them in the graphicPacks/ folder

How to enable graphic packs

  1. Open the Cemu emulator
  2. GOTO Options -> Graphic packs
  3. Tick the box next to the graphics packs you want to enable (NOTE: Game IDs are defined in graphics packs so they are only used when a specific game is run, so you can leave all of the graphics packs on for your various games without fear of conflict.)
  4. Launch a game or restart Cemu

How to check if a graphic pack is active

  1. Open the Cemu emulator
  2. Start your game
  3. GOTO Options -> Graphic packs
  4. Ensure that the box is ticked for the graphics pack you'd like to enable, and that you've restarted the emulator since you ticked it.

See Also

Graphic packs creation

Main community repository for graphic packs

Generally on graphic packs