Open Joystick Display

Free Open Joystick Display 2.2

Have a separate gaming and encoding PC? We now offer a server that you can run on your gaming rig that will broadcast your joystick inputs over the local network to your encoding PC that runs Open Joystick Display. (Note that this feature is currently in beta) Give it a try here:


Released: March 15th 2019
  • 80s Joysticks and Joypads (Joysticks in the 80s Theme)
    • Atari VCS (2600) Joystick
    • Commodore 64 Competition Pro Joystick
    • Sharp X68000 X1 Joycard
  • Infinity Fix for Some Analog Controllers
  • Custom OJD SVG Namespace
  • Bug Fixes
Windows 64-Bit

Windows 32-Bit

Linux 64-Bit

Linux 32-Bit



- Bug fix for some issues with the sidebar and inputs losing focus.
- Bug fix to allow the deadzone value to be changed.
- Some visual modifications to the Gamecube controller.
- Windows 32-Bit Support

Windows 64-Bit:

Windows 32-Bit:

Linux 64-Bit:

We've added support for Microsoft Windows 32-bit operating systems (7/8/10). You can download on the website at
The first stable release of Open Joystick Display!
Features include:
  • Updated interface and color theme.
  • Broadcast profiles
  • Brand new themes for the following platforms. All with various controller styles as well as streamer-style color options!
    • Microsoft Xbox
    • Nintendo Gamecube
    • NES / Famicom
    • SNES / Super Famicom
    • Nintendo 64
    • Sega Master System / Mark III
    • Sega Genesis / Mega Drive
    • Sony Playstation
  • Updated theme engine with sub-themes (Styles)
  • Better SVG support
  • Ability to change the event polling rate for better response time.


Update that includes a full Gamecube controller theme as well as better SVG support using the new ojd-svg attribute to embed svgs directly into DIV tags.