Nintendo64 Everdrive demonstruction using a ghetto capture card

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Mark Vergeer
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64Mbyte (512mbit) SDRAM for ROM data (max game size 64Mbyte)
SD, SDHC, MMC cards are supported
FAT16 and FAT32 support. unlimited partition size for fat32
SD to SDRAM transfer speed 4.5 -- 5 Mbyte per second
Emulation features (full speed Nes)
Gamepack saves support (SRAM, SRAM128Kbyte, EEPROM16k, EEPROM4k)
Region free. play PAL on NTSC system and vice-versa
CIC boot emulator. Enough to have a cic6102 or 7101 for play all games
Cart does not need any extra software for PC
Byteswapped and non byteswapped ROMs are supported
USB port 800k -- 1Mbyte per second (optional)

Make sure you use a CIC of an NTSC or PAL cartridge from the region your Nintendo 64 console is from.

I used a PAL everdrive and played NTSC games on it and my capture card didn't like that. All looked smooth and played 60fps on my TV but not on the capture card. Some more representative footage is shown in the second half of the video. I may actually attach some footage filmed with my camera of the TV itself as a video response to this video.