C64 Emulator Extensions

The C64 extensions are modules/plugins to add special features to the C64 emulator. This extensions are packed together in one installer and can be downloaded here.

To activate an extension just click to the icons on your desktop or execute the c64.exe with the argument --plugin folllowed by the extension name or select the extension in the Configuration - Extended - Extension Dll

Extensions download - and keep the C64 Emulator up-to-date.

Last Changes: July 2017 - TScript Extension + Editor Enhancements

Video Extension

--plugin C64_plugin_video.dll

Video File: "My Documents"/C64_video.ogv

With the video extension you are able to save a video file during playing or working with the emulator. Just activate the video recording by pressing the insert key.

I tried also to run the emulator in a web server environment as CGI to play a snapshot file in the emulation and transfer the video to the web client (Firefox). Here are the CGI calling arguments: c64_cgi.exe --no-output --plugin C64_plugin_video.dll --stream-video --stream-audio

GIF Animation Extension

--plugin C64_plugin_gif.dll

Picture File: "My Documents"/C64_animation.gif

Sound File: "My Documents"/C64_animation.wav

With the GIF extension you are able to save a gif animation file during playing or working with the emulator. Just activate the recording by pressing the insert key.

TScript Extension

--plugin C64_plugin_script.dll

The user is able to develop extensions with the TScript engine (TScriptDll.dll).

Example Scripts:

  • script_serial_file.tsc - load and save programs directly into your "My Documents" folder (as prg files).
  • script_serial_web.tsc - load snapshot files from c64emulator.111mb.de
  • script_webserver.tsc - tiny web-server which will show informations on a browser
  • script_snapshot_history.tsc - load snapshots from the history by pressing multiple times Alt+F2

Debugger Extension

--plugin C64_plugin_debugger.dll

Debug your C64 programs include viewing assembler statements and memory.


Self-made Extension

See the interface header (written in C) for details.

Additional there is a "C64_Extension_Interface.chm" help file available in the C64 program folder after installing the C64 Emulator.