• Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers 2020 R1
  • 03/31/2020
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Graphics Frame Analyzer Toolbar: Visualization Settings

You can configure the erg display shown in the Visualization pane by using the following controls:
Item
Name
Purpose
 
Revert all Changes
Reverts all changes.
Bar View
Toggles between the
Erg Graph
view and the
Render Targets
Graph
view. See Configuring the Bar Chart for details.
X-Axis: Zoom Out/In
Increases / decreases X-axis scale to show more / less detailed view.
You can scroll the mouse wheel to control the X-axis zoom level, even when the mouse is over the Visualization pane.
Y-Axis: Zoom Out/In
Increases / decreases Y-axis scale to show more / less detailed view.
You can press and hold the
Ctrl
button while scrolling the mouse wheel to control the Y-axis zoom level, even when the mouse is over the Visualization pane.
 
Reset Zoom Level
Resets X-axis and Y-axis zoom to the default full frame zoom level.
  /
Frame Time
Shows the total frame time, in Frames per Second or milliseconds. Click this field to toggle between these two modes.
 
X-axis Metrics Drop-down list
Shows a list of available metrics, based upon the current target system. The metric selected in this drop-down list is visualized in the Visualization pane (X-axis).
 
Y-axis Metrics Drop-down list
Shows a list of available metrics, based upon the current target system. The metric selected in this drop-down list is visualized in the Visualization pane (Y-axis).

Product and Performance Information

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