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|Initial release||July 17, 2008|
|Stable release||0.6 / September 18, 2010|
|Preview release||r2166 / June 6, 2011|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows
Mac OS X
|Available in||12 languages|
|License||GNU General Public License 3|
JPCSP is an open source PlayStation Portable emulator for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X written in Java. It is currently the only available emulator capable of running over 100 commercial PSP games and most homebrew applications.
JPCSP came as an idea from JPCSP Team's leader and Emunewz.net founder, shadow (from PCSX and PCSX2). After a tough start, many interested developers joined the team and just a few months after its initial release, JPCSP was already capable of running a significant amount of homebrew applications. A couple of months later, it was already able to run a few commercial games with some limitations and, as the work invested kept growing, JPCSP soon became the only emulator of his kind that was able to run over 100 commercial games, including recent releases and demos.
In a parallel effort from the same team, PCSP (C/C++ port of JPCSP) was later released and it's currently under development in order to match JPCSP's capabilities.
JPCSP attempts to be as much international as possible, allowing anyone to translate most of the emulator's strings to any language. JPCSP is currently available in the following languages: Brazilian Portuguese, Catalan, Chinese, Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
- Full VFPU emulation
- GE (graphics engine) emulation (OpenGL + shaders)
- Media Engine (ME) simulation (using FFmpeg's wrapper, Xuggler)
- Audio emulation (Limited ATRAC3plus support only on Microsoft Windows and SonicStage is required)
- Multi-threading support
- Save/Load support
- UMD ISO/CSO browser
- Memory Stick browser
- Screenshot taking
- Snapshot support (using raw RAM exports)
- Screen rotation
- Free window resizing
- Full MIPS R4000 (Allegrex) disassembler with breakpoints support, registers viewer and GE frame capture
- RAM viewer
- File IO logging
- VFPU registers browser
- ELF header viewer
- Customizable logger