Graphics Frame Analyzer Window: Open Frame Capture
Frame Capture ThumbnailspaneSelect the capture you want to profile. By default, this field lists all frame and stream captures located in your Intel® GPA home directory
%USERPROFILE%\Documents\GPA. You can sort and filter the files by the API type or date using the corresponding buttons or using the
Filter byfield. If all the capture files on your system are of the same type, the API type tabs are hidden.
The currently selected file capture is highlighted with a blue border and appears in the preview pane.
Capture file thumbnails are marked with the following icons:
To delete capture files, hover the mouse pointer over a capture file thumbnail and click the
Closebutton in the top right-hand corner of the thumbnail. Confirm your choice by clicking
Yeson the thumbnail.
You can pin favorite capture files to the top of the list by clicking the
Pinbutton in the top left-hand corner of the thumbnail.
Preview the selected file capture. This field shows the buffer image and the following file capture properties:
To rename the selected capture file, you can click its filename and enter a new value.
Opento open the selected capture file in the
Multiframe Viewwindow for streams or in the
Profiling Viewwindow for frames. To open the storage directory of the selected file capture, click the button.
Choose Target Systembutton
See the Intel® GPA messages or notifications, if there are any.
Run Graphics Monitorbutton
Click to capture new frames and streams with Graphics Monitor.
Add Capture Files Locationbutton
Click to open additional folder with capture files. Capture files from the opened folder are listed under the
Current folder. To change the
Current folder, change the
Capture Files Locationin the Graphics Monitor
Open the currently selected capture file to start profiling.
Show in Folderbutton
Open the storage directory of the selected capture file.
Manage Graphics Frame Analyzer settings:
Open a form to send feedback to the Intel® GPA technical support.
Open Intel® GPA online documentation.