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New version of PVRTune from Imagination

Technology Cover
Post Date: 2018-04-02

With the new capabilities in PVRTune 2018 Release 1, developers can analyse the performance of their applications running on PowerVR GPUs in real-time and use the fine-grain performance information to identify bottlenecks.

With this release, PVRTune is now ‘API aware,’ able to retrieve and present events that have been generated by the client driver of native programming interfaces such as OpenGL ES and the EGL.

In addition, UI enhancements make navigation more intuitive than ever and also improve the clarity of data presentation.

PVRTune lets developers view application-level API calls (e.g. glDraw) in the PVRTune GUI and trace a piece of work from the application level through the PowerVR driver and onto the hardware for execution.

In this way they can see how work that was submitted at the application level directly affects the behavior and performance of both the driver and hardware.

PVRTune can also provide other information from the client driver such as surface format, size and shader details.

PVRTune today supports OpenGL ES / EGL client driver, with Vulkan® support to follow.