• Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers 2020 R1
  • 03/31/2020
  • Public Content
Contents

Launching a Windows Mixed Reality Application

Pre-requisites:
Before launching your application for analysis:
  1. Launch the Graphics Monitor on your Windows* target system.
    The Graphics Monitor icon appears in the taskbar notification area.
  2. Set up the Head Mounted Display (HMD) that is used in the Windows Mixed Reality (WinMR) portal by launching the portal from the start menu and running setup. Keep the portal open once the setup is completed.
  3. Launch the WinMR portal, if it is not currently running.
 
To run your application with System Analyzer HUD enabled:
  1. Double-click the Graphics Monitor icon in the taskbar notification area, or right-click it and click
    Graphics Monitor
    .
    The 
    Graphics Monitor Launcher Screen
    appears.
  2. On the
    Graphics Monitor Launcher Screen
    , click the
    Universal
    Windows Applications
    tab:
    • Select the desired application from the combo-box list or from the list of recent applications.
  3. Click
    Start
    to start the application with the System Analyzer HUD overlay. For Intel® Integrated Graphics, the HUD will appear in the HMD, as there is no mirrored display on-screen. For Discrete Graphics cards, the HUD will be displayed on the mirrored game-view as well as the HMD.
    You can press CTRL+F1 to toggle between different display modes and view real-time metrics and the available override modes.
 
 

Product and Performance Information

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