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Use the Idealization dialog box to produce an ideal trace.
To access the Idealization dialog box, go to
Advanced > Idealization
, or press the toolbar button.
Intel® Trace Analyzer
The dialog box contains the following elements:
Entry:
Description:
Ideal trace file name
Displays the path to the project input file to be converted and the name of the ideal trace output file.
By default, the output file is placed in the same folder as the input file, with the suffix
ideal
added before the
.stf
extension.
Type in, or browse to a different location as needed.
Time range for conversion
Specifies the time range of conversion, based on the original trace file time.
The time range is specified in seconds, in the
start time
and
end time
fields.
The default values are obtained from the original trace.
Open after creation
Check this box to open the newly produced trace in a separate Intel® Trace Analyzer view
Save as a single STF file
Check this box to store the output trace as a single file. By default, the new trace is created in a multiple-file format.
Conversion status
Indicates the percentage of conversion completion.
Before clicking the
Start
button, you see the progress label
Ready to Start
. After you click the
Start
button, the label changes to
Converting
.
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