Use SSF if your system is a P4 or Athlon 64, if not you'll have to track down a hack of Girigiri.
Now I understand the second half of your question SSF does not directly play ISOs if that's what you are asking.fenrizstorm said:...Will I have to burn a CD-R using certain software? Please help, thanks.
I don't agree with you because .iso can be done too as much as bin/cueBorisz said:When doing Saturn backups, bin/cue is the format you should use.
And definetaly DO NOT use Alcohol to make bin/cue files as it has a bug in generating the cuesheet. Use Blindread/blindwrite 4 (the 5 version cannot do bin/cue) or CDRWin.
For playing the bin/cues in an emu, just mount the cue in DAEmon, set the virtual drive in SSF and play.