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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    This is for anyone who backup N64 Save Files from Retail Cartridge, EverDrive Flash Cartridge, or Controller Pak and want to use it on N64 Emulator that only support SRM File. These tools also helps if you want to import N64 Save File from Emulator to Retail Cartridge, EverDrive Flash Cartridge, or Controller Pak. Convert EEP to SRM with Batch Script (Not Recommended) 1) Place all EEP Save Files in the same directory where you extracted. 2) Run "EEP to SRM.bat" This Batch Script will rename all EEP Save Files to SRM Save File Format. Convert EEP/MPK to SRM Drag EEP Save File or MPK Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. Convert SRA/FLA to SRM 1) Run "ED64-Saveswap.exe" and select SRA Save File or FLA Save File. 2) Leave everything as default and click on "- Convert file -" This will create another SRA/FLA Save File by swap a Save Data to be compatible with N64 Emulators that only reads SRM Save Files. 3) Drag SRA Save File or FLA Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. Convert SRM to EEP with Batch Script (1KB/2KB Size only) If SRM Save File size is 290KB. Skip to "Convert SRM to EEP/MPK" instead. 1) Place all SRM Save Files in the same directory where you extracted. 2) Run "SRM to EEP.bat" This Batch Script will rename all SRM Save Files back to EEP Save File Format. Convert SRM to EEP/MPK Drag SRM Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. Convert SRM to SRA/FLA 1) Drag SRM Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. 2) Run "ED64-Saveswap.exe" and select SRA Save File or FLA Save File. 3) Leave everything as default and click on "- Convert file -" This will create another SRA/FLA Save File by swap a Save Data back to original form to be compatible with N64 Retail Cartridge or EverDrive Flash Cart. Credits All credits goes to the people who made these Tools Software happened. ED64-Saveswap by saturnu pj64tosrm by Higor (heuripedes)
  2. N64 Save Converter Tools View File This is for anyone who backup N64 Save Files from Retail Cartridge, EverDrive Flash Cartridge, or Controller Pak and want to use it on N64 Emulator that only support SRM File. These tools also helps if you want to import N64 Save File from Emulator to Retail Cartridge, EverDrive Flash Cartridge, or Controller Pak. Convert EEP to SRM with Batch Script (Not Recommended) 1) Place all EEP Save Files in the same directory where you extracted. 2) Run "EEP to SRM.bat" This Batch Script will rename all EEP Save Files to SRM Save File Format. Convert EEP/MPK to SRM Drag EEP Save File or MPK Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. Convert SRA/FLA to SRM 1) Run "ED64-Saveswap.exe" and select SRA Save File or FLA Save File. 2) Leave everything as default and click on "- Convert file -" This will create another SRA/FLA Save File by swap a Save Data to be compatible with N64 Emulators that only reads SRM Save Files. 3) Drag SRA Save File or FLA Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. Convert SRM to EEP with Batch Script (1KB/2KB Size only) If SRM Save File size is 290KB. Skip to "Convert SRM to EEP/MPK" instead. 1) Place all SRM Save Files in the same directory where you extracted. 2) Run "SRM to EEP.bat" This Batch Script will rename all SRM Save Files back to EEP Save File Format. Convert SRM to EEP/MPK Drag SRM Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. Convert SRM to SRA/FLA 1) Drag SRM Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. 2) Run "ED64-Saveswap.exe" and select SRA Save File or FLA Save File. 3) Leave everything as default and click on "- Convert file -" This will create another SRA/FLA Save File by swap a Save Data back to original form to be compatible with N64 Retail Cartridge or EverDrive Flash Cart. Credits All credits goes to the people who made these Tools Software happened. ED64-Saveswap by saturnu pj64tosrm by Higor (heuripedes Submitter ABOhiccups Submitted 04/28/2022 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins  
  3. N64 Save Converter Tools View File This is for anyone who backup N64 Save Files from Retail Cartridge, EverDrive Flash Cartridge, or Controller Pak and want to use it on N64 Emulator that only support SRM File. These tools also helps if you want to import N64 Save File from Emulator to Retail Cartridge, EverDrive Flash Cartridge, or Controller Pak. Convert EEP to SRM with Batch Script (Not Recommended) 1) Place all EEP Save Files in the same directory where you extracted. 2) Run "EEP to SRM.bat" This Batch Script will rename all EEP Save Files to SRM Save File Format. Convert EEP/MPK to SRM Drag EEP Save File or MPK Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. Convert SRA/FLA to SRM 1) Run "ED64-Saveswap.exe" and select SRA Save File or FLA Save File. 2) Leave everything as default and click on "- Convert file -" This will create another SRA/FLA Save File by swap a Save Data to be compatible with N64 Emulators that only reads SRM Save Files. 3) Drag SRA Save File or FLA Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. Convert SRM to EEP with Batch Script (1KB/2KB Size only) If SRM Save File size is 290KB. Skip to "Convert SRM to EEP/MPK" instead. 1) Place all SRM Save Files in the same directory where you extracted. 2) Run "SRM to EEP.bat" This Batch Script will rename all SRM Save Files back to EEP Save File Format. Convert SRM to EEP/MPK Drag SRM Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. Convert SRM to SRA/FLA 1) Drag SRM Save File to "pj64tosrm_32bit.exe" or "pj64tosrm_64bit.exe" Only drag one file at a time. 2) Run "ED64-Saveswap.exe" and select SRA Save File or FLA Save File. 3) Leave everything as default and click on "- Convert file -" This will create another SRA/FLA Save File by swap a Save Data back to original form to be compatible with N64 Retail Cartridge or EverDrive Flash Cart. Credits All credits goes to the people who made these Tools Software happened. ED64-Saveswap by saturnu pj64tosrm by Higor (heuripedes Submitter ABOhiccups Submitted 04/21/2022 Category Third-party Apps and Plugins  
  4. So, I had a problem with retro arch where it was only showing half the screen. No matter what I did, it wouldn't show both sides. Out of frustration I deleted the whole folder and re downloaded it which did fix the problem, however, that of course deleted my save games and save states. Before I research a way to do this on my own, are there any known projects that backup the memory cards, save states, and save game folder for retroarch on google drive or drop box automatically? I figured I would ask before I try and write something myself. Edit: This could also be a great way to be able to play on your desktop, then pick up the save game on your raspberry pi. Speaking of which, I hope we get a linux version of Launchbox one day, even if it is stripped down to work faster on a raspberry pi.
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