New version of Lakka has been released!
We are happy to announce the new and updated version of Lakka.
Changes since version 3.6:
wasm4: added new libretro core
jumpnbump: added new libretro core
blastem: added new libretro core
freechaf: added new libretro core
potator: added new libretro core
quasi88: added new libretro core
retro8: added new libretro core
xmil: added new libretro core
fmsx: added new libretro core
For new installs, recorded videos will be saved in
/storage/recordings accessible via SAMBA share
Recordings. If you update from earlier version, RetroArch will by default save videos to
/storage/.config/retroarch/records, which is also accessible via SAMBA share
records. You can change the default path for saving videos via
Recordings. Please, bear in mind that this feature is demanding, especially when using GPU recording (3D cores). It may not work with every core. Please see RetroArch bug tracker for any existing issues with recording.
Currently it is possible only to use software encoder. Use the below configuration and store it as e.g.
Software.cfg in the following path:
LAKKA_DISK:/.config/retroarch/records_config(may require superuser privileges to access this path / write files here)
Configuration file contents:
vcodec = libx264 acodec = libmp3lame pix_fmt = yuv420p scale_factor = 2 threads = 3 video_crf = 25 video_preset = superfast video_tune = animation audio_global_quality = 75 sample_rate = 44100 format = flv
See GitHub for information about currently open bugs and issues and also for possible workarounds for these bugs/issues.
You can download the latest release from Lakka download page. If you want to follow the development of Lakka more closely, you can download latest Lakka nightly builds.
If you want to show your support for further development of the Libretro projects and ecosystem, you can learn more here.