For each player, select the device you want to use. To connect more than 2 controllers, select the
Super Multitap controller, which will display 4 additional controller configuration dropdowns.
To setup the key mappings for a controller (or other device-specific options), click the
Setup button on the right of the player you want to configure.
Each player can have up to four tabs of key bindings – this allows you to control the same player with different input devices. For example, you can setup player 1 to be controlled by your keyboard and your Xbox controller at the same time.
To select a binding for a button, click on the corresponding button in the UI and then press the key or gamepad button you want to use for this button.
To clear a binding, click on it and then close the popup window by clicking on the X button.
To clear all bindings for this tab, click on the
Clear Key Bindings.
To simplify configuration, a number of presets are available – click on the
Select Preset button to choose one.
You can also configure that controller’s turbo buttons’ speed with the
Turbo Speed slider. Note: setting the turbo speed to the fastest setting may cause some games to not detect the button presses at all.
The mouse is used to simulate the Super Scope’s buttons:
Controller axis deadzone size: Controls the deadzone size for analog sticks. A larger deadzone means that the analog stick will need to be moved more before a button press is registered.
Use these options to display the controller input on the screen.
This will be recorded by the Video Recorder - so make sure you turn it off if you do not want it to appear on the video.