Intel® INDE provides a comprehensive toolset for developing applications targeting both CPU and GPUs, enriching the development experience of a game or media developer. Yet, if you got used to work with the legacy Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers or if you just want to get started using those tools quickly, you can follow these steps and install only the Graphics Performance Analyzers components of Intel® INDE.
Go to the Intel® INDE Web page, select the edition you want to download and hit Download link:
In general, System Analyzer provides real-time platform & app analysis capability*. With this utility, developers can easily check the real-time changes on the performance metrics they care (e.g. CPU/GPU loading, media engines usage and power metrics etc.) while interacting with their target test app.
Take the first look about System Analyzer below. Metrics names listed in left panel can be dragged-and-dropped into right view panels for real-time monitoring.
To ensure outstanding results from 3D4Medical’s brilliant, interactive teaching and reference application for human anatomy on Android* devices, Intel pinpointed opportunities for performance improvements, helping expand the product’s market potential.
In this article I’ll provide some simple steps on how to perform a basic analysis for Android* graphics applications using Intel® GPA tools. Most performance-sensitive graphic applications on Android are games, so I will assume that we’re optimizing a game.
Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel® INDE) is a powerful cross-platform framework for creating applications for Android* and Windows* devices. Intel INDE can be integrated into popular IDEs and provides a complete and consistent set of C++/Java* tools, libraries, and samples for environment setup, code creation, compilation, debugging, and analysis for apps on Intel® architecture-based devices,and select capabilities on ARM*-based Android devices.
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