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  1. Usage: retroarch [OPTIONS]... [FILE]
  2.   -h, --help            Show this help message.
  3.   -v, --verbose         Verbose logging.
  4.       --log-file FILE   Log messages to FILE.
  5.       --version         Show version.
  6.       --features        Prints available features compiled into program.
  7.       --menu            Do not require content or libretro core to be loaded,
  8.                         starts directly in menu. If no arguments are passed to
  9.                         the program, it is equivalent to using --menu as only argument.
  10.   -s, --save=PATH       Path for save files (*.srm).
  11.   -S, --savestate=PATH  Path for the save state files (*.state).
  12.   -f, --fullscreen      Start the program in fullscreen regardless of config settings.
  13.   -c, --config=FILE     Path for config file.
  14.         By default looks for config in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/retroarch/retroarch.cfg,
  15.         $HOME/.config/retroarch/retroarch.cfg,
  16.         and $HOME/.retroarch.cfg.
  17.         If a default config is not found, the program will attempt to create one based on the
  18.         skeleton config (/etc/retroarch.cfg).
  19.  
  20.       --appendconfig=FILE
  21.                         Extra config files are loaded in, and take priority over
  22.                         config selected in -c (or default). Multiple configs are
  23.                         delimited by '|'.
  24.   -L, --libretro=FILE   Path to libretro implementation. Overrides any config setting.
  25.       --subsystem=NAME  Use a subsystem of the libretro core. Multiple content
  26.                         files are loaded as multiple arguments. If a content
  27.                         file is skipped, use a blank ("") command line argument.
  28.                         Content must be loaded in an order which depends on the
  29.                         particular subsystem used. See verbose log output to learn
  30.                         how a particular subsystem wants content to be loaded.
  31.  
  32.   -N, --nodevice=PORT
  33.                         Disconnects controller device connected to PORT (1 to 16).
  34.   -A, --dualanalog=PORT
  35.                         Connect a DualAnalog controller to PORT (1 to 16).
  36.   -d, --device=PORT:ID
  37.                         Connect a generic device into PORT of the device (1 to 16).
  38.                         Format is PORT:ID, where ID is a number corresponding to the particular device.
  39.   -P, --bsvplay=FILE    Playback a BSV movie file.
  40.   -R, --bsvrecord=FILE  Start recording a BSV movie file from the beginning.
  41.       --eof-exit        Exit upon reaching the end of the BSV movie file.
  42.   -M, --sram-mode=MODE  SRAM handling mode. MODE can be 'noload-nosave',
  43.                         'noload-save', 'load-nosave' or 'load-save'.
  44.                         Note: 'noload-save' implies that save files *WILL BE OVERWRITTEN*.
  45.   -H, --host            Host netplay as user 1.
  46.   -C, --connect=HOST    Connect to netplay server as user 2.
  47.       --port=PORT       Port used to netplay. Default is 55435.
  48.       --stateless       Use "stateless" mode for netplay
  49.                         (requires a very fast network).
  50.       --check-frames=NUMBER
  51.                         Check frames when using netplay.
  52.       --command         Sends a command over UDP to an already running program process.
  53.       Available commands are listed if command is invalid.
  54.       --nick=NICK       Picks a username (for use with netplay). Not mandatory.
  55.   -r, --record=FILE     Path to record video file.
  56.         Using .mkv extension is recommended.
  57.       --recordconfig    Path to settings used during recording.
  58.       --size=WIDTHxHEIGHT
  59.                         Overrides output video size when recording.
  60.   -U, --ups=FILE        Specifies path for UPS patch that will be applied to content.
  61.       --bps=FILE        Specifies path for BPS patch that will be applied to content.
  62.       --ips=FILE        Specifies path for IPS patch that will be applied to content.
  63.       --no-patch        Disables all forms of content patching.
  64.   -D, --detach          Detach program from the running console. Not relevant for all platforms.
  65.       --max-frames=NUMBER
  66.                         Runs for the specified number of frames, then exits.
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