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A new era for CD-i opens up through emulation in CD-i Emulator.

Key Features

Windows Compatible.
Graphics and Sound Supported.
Player ROM Interface.
Hardware Emulation.

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The CD-i Emulator program does not yet support CD-i system ROMs from all CD-i player models, but the coverage is pretty good. The table below shows the current support levels according to player model. You can usually find the model identification on the back or bottom side of your player.


If your browser supports it, hovering your mouse over a table cell will display some information about the player model.


PlayerModels
Philips CD-i 180 /00
Philips CD-i 200 /00 /17 /20 /37 /40 /57
Philips CD-i 205 /00
Philips CD-i 210 /00 /17 /20 /37 /40 /57 /60 /77
Philips CD-i 220 /00 /17 /20 /37 /40 /57 /60 /77 /80 /97
Philips CD-i 350 /00
Philips CD-i 360* /00
Philips CD-i 370* /00
Philips CD-i 380 /00
Philips CD-i 450 /00 /17
Philips CD-i 470 /00 /17 /20 /37
Philips CD-i 490 /00 /17
Philips CD-i 550* /00 /17
Philips CD-i 605 /00 /20
Philips CD-i 615 /00
Philips CD-i 660 /00
Philips CD-i 740 /00 /17 /20 /37
Philips CD-i 910* /00
Philips 21TCDI30* /00
Non-Philips players* unsupported except GDI 750 and 1000
* Philips CD-i 360 is a CD-i 350 with DV cartridge
* Philips CD-i 370 is a rebranded Goldstar GPI 1200
* Philips CD-i 550 is a CD-i 450 with DV cartridge
* Philips CD-i 910 is the USA version of CD-i 205
* Philips 21TCDI30 is a CD-i 210/40 inside a TV
* Goldstar GDI 750 and 1000 are rebranded Philips CD-i 450

Color legend:
greenFull support (plays CD-i disc images)
dark greenProbable full support (untested)
redNo support (not implemented)

The CD-i Emulator program does not yet support the MPEG playing functions of any DV (Digital Video) cartridge model. It does however support the 1MB memory extension feature of most models. Some CD-i titles can use this memory even without the MPEG playing functions.


More details can be found in the Player Support section of the CD-i Emulator Home website.

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