The LDMultiPlayer allows you to open as many emulators as possible as long as your PC is strong enough. The following tutorial will teach you how you use this function.
You can create a whole new LDPlayer here, or clone your old emulator.
2. Emulators of LDPlayer will be launched after you click "Start". If an emulator is running, "Start" button will be changed to "Close" and so you can't click "Backup/Restore", "Settings", "Remove" and "Create desktop shortcut" in that period, as shown in the following picture.
When you click "Backup/Restore" in an emulator, you can back up or restore something of this emulator.
You can change the cores of CPU, RAM and resolution for an emulator here. It is the same as the "Settings" in the right toolbar, which you will see after you launch LDPlayer.
An emulator will be deleted after you click "Delete" button. (Please note that all data of that emulator will be removed after the deletetion. If there is important data, please back up it through the backup function first. )
6. Create desktop shortcut
You can create desktop shortcut for an emulator here.
You can directly create new emulators and clone old emulators by batch processing. Besides, you can start, close, clone or delete many emulators through this function, but you need to check the check box of those emulators which you want to be patched before they are batched.
8. Align windows
If you align windows, you make them parallel.
When you click "Optimization", you will open the following dialog box.
10. Sort by
You can sort by index, sort by time or name here.
You can search for the emulator that you want on this search box.
12. Multi-play opt
Here you can adjust FPS of your emulators. Please note that you can open more emulators if you decrease the FPS. Besides, many players say that there is no sound on emulators. The reason why it happened is that the sound of emulators has been disabled by default in order that CPU can be less used. If you would like to open as many emulators as possible, we suggest you disable audio.
13. Virtual disk mode
If your disk is SSD, you can select the option "Stable" because this mode can reduce the probability of disk damage. But if your hard disk is not SSD, you have to select the option "High speed", or LDPlayer will be dramatically slow. In addition, if you select the option "New with smaller disk", less disk space will be used.
14. Auto-align settings
Your emulators will be spead on your screen when the option "Spread align" is selected; and your emulators will be showed diagonally when you select Overlat align.
15. Batch Operations
The interval of starting emulators can be changed here; and the quantity of creating new emulators and cloning old emulators by batch processing can also be changed.
16. Other settings
All your window positions of emulators can be recorded by checking this check box. For example, if you want LDPlayer to appear in upper-left corner of your screen, all you have to do is drag LDPlayer to the upper-left corner of your screen and check this check box.