【Table of contents】
1. What is a multi-opener
2. Why use a multi-opener
3. How to open the multi-opener
4. How to use the multi-opener
5. How to adjust the settings to get the best performance when multi-open? (click to jump)
6. Synchronizer function introduction (click to jump)
1. What is a multi-opener?
MuMu multi-opener is a control software for managing multiple emulators, which meets the needs of users to run multiple emulators on one computer. You can create multiple emulators in the multi-opener, run different accounts of the same game or different games on the emulators, and arrange the windows with one click to improve the gaming experience.
2. Why use a multi-opener?
1. For individual players, whether you are playing multiple accounts in one game or playing different games on the computer, using multiple openers can better improve your gaming experience. After opening more emulators, you can run the game in different emulator windows, check the status of all emulators running the game, and it is more convenient to hang up the game, scan the copy, etc.;
2. For studio users, the cost of the real machine is high, and using more emulators can greatly reduce the cost. MuMu multi-device and more emulators run stably, which can help studio users better test games.
3. How to open the multi-opener?
You can find the entrance of the multi-opener through the desktop shortcut, the search application in the windows menu bar, and the toolbox in the upper right corner of any emulator. You can choose one of the commonly used startup methods. There are three specific operation methods:
The first one, the desktop shortcut starts "MuMu multi-opener 12";
The second type is the search application in the windows menu bar;
The third way is to start MuMu Simulator 12, drop down the tool box in the upper right corner and click "Multiple Open".
4. How to use the multi-opener?
In MuMu multi-opener 12, you can see the number of your current emulators, and you can also create, start/close, copy, backup, set, delete, create shortcuts, batch operations, search, and sort MuMu emulators Etc. management, you can arrange the windows of the running emulators so that the emulators are evenly distributed on the computer screen.
1. Create new
The ways to create a new emulator with a multi-opener are mainly divided into quick new, batch/advanced new, and import new.
Click "New" - "Android 12" emulator, and the default configuration will be used to quickly create a new Android 12 emulator in the multi-opener list;
Click "New" - "Batch/Advanced New", you can customize the number of emulators, graphics card rendering mode, performance configuration, resolution and then create a new one;
Click "New" - "Import", you can select the data file with the suffix ".mumudata" to import and create a new one (the file suffix of the backup data saved using the backup function of the emulator is .mumudata).
2. Turn on/off
In the multi-opener list, you can directly close the running emulator and start the unrunning emulator.
Customize the names of multiple simulators, which is convenient for distinguishing different simulators and managing multiple simulators.
4. Copy, backup, set, delete, and create shortcut startup methods (operable when the emulator is not started)
Copy: Copy all apps and their cached data in the emulator and create a new emulator;
Backup: Back up the data in the simulator to the computer (the file suffix is .mumudata), and you can use the "New" - "Import" function to re-import the data;
Settings: Set the performance, display, model, etc. of the simulator;
Delete: delete the simulator and simulator data;
Create a shortcut startup method: Create a shortcut startup method corresponding to the emulator on the computer desktop to facilitate quick startup of the emulator (it is recommended to use a different emulator name in the multi-opener list, because the name of the shortcut will directly follow the name of the emulator, if The name of the emulator is the same, and the newly created emulator shortcut will overwrite the previously created shortcut).
5. Batch operation
After checking multiple simulators, you can perform batch operations on the selected simulators, and you can perform the following operations at the same time: start, close, set, copy, send to desktop, delete.
Start: Simultaneously start the selected unstarted emulators;
Close: Close the selected running emulator at the same time;
Settings: Simultaneously make settings changes to the selected unstarted emulators;
Copy: Copy the selected unstarted emulator at the same time;
Send to desktop: Create a shortcut startup method on the computer desktop for the selected unstarted emulator at the same time;
Delete: delete the selected unstarted emulator and emulator data at the same time.
Enter keywords to quickly match the name of the simulator to find the simulator you want to operate.
The emulators in the multi-open list can be sorted according to your favorite way.
The first one is sorted by time: the simulators are sorted in the order of creation time, the simulators created first are listed at the top, and the simulators created later are listed at the bottom;
The second type, sort by number: sort by the number of the simulator from small to large;
The third type, sort by name: sort by the name of the simulator.
8. Arrange windows
The first type, grid arrangement:
1. Automatic arrangement
According to the number of running simulators and the size of the computer screen, an intelligent algorithm is used for optimal arrangement.
2. Custom arrangement
You can customize the number of simulators displayed in each row, and select the window size rule to arrange
(1) Keep the landscape/portrait style to adjust the window size
According to the total number of simulators running/the number of simulators displayed in each row, the total number of displayed rows can be obtained, and the vertical and horizontal screen styles of the window before the arrangement will be retained, and the window size can be adjusted to allow all running The emulator in is displayed on the screen;
For example, the total number of running emulators is 4 (including 2 horizontal screens and 2 vertical screens), and when the number of windows in each row is 2, the display effect is as follows:
(2) Adjust all windows to the same size
According to the total number of simulators running/the number of simulators displayed in each row, the total number of displayed rows can be obtained. Confirming the arrangement will adjust all windows to the same size and display them on the computer screen in the form of grids;
For example, when the total number of running simulators is 9 and the number of windows in each row is 3, the display effect is as follows:
(3) Do not adjust the window size
According to the total number of simulators running/the number of simulators displayed in each row, the total number of displayed rows can be obtained. Confirm that the arrangement will retain the original size of the window and display it on the computer screen in the form of a grid;
For example, when the total number of running emulators is 4 and the number of windows in each row is 2, the display effect is as follows:
The second type, diagonal arrangement
Confirm the vertex to start the arrangement and set the offset distance between the two simulators. Confirming the arrangement will display all the running simulators on the computer screen in a diagonal manner;
For example, when the total number of running simulators is 9, the starting position (0, 0), and the offset position (50, 50), the display effect is as follows: