A command line and scripting interface allows users to access frameworks that expose capture and playback functionalities in Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA). Capture multiframe streams, analyze stream data, generate reports, and automate profiling to spot or flag performance regressions.
More easily find the metrics data you need, share your favorite presets across PCs, and choose an individual or a group of metrics using the updated Metrics tab. Optimized for Intel® Arc™ GPUs, including aggregation for Xe-core-based metrics.
Use shader profiling of mesh shaders to analyze shader performance for mesh and amplification shaders.
Added a non-pipeline state object (PSO) list: Modify variable rate shading (VRS) states and see the corresponding results.
Added functionality to the Intel GPA framework:
Get a detailed analysis of the platform where the stream was captured using the upgraded gpa-stream-info command.
Take screenshots on demand without scheduling them on the command line using the Screenshot Layer.
At the 2022 Game Developers Conference (GDC), Intel demonstrated how to ramp up your game profiling abilities with the new DXR feature, hot spot analysis, and Intel® Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) capabilities in the Intel® Arc™ GPU.