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.
Adds support for Microsoft DirectX* Raytracing (DXR). Use the DXR shader execution table to focus your optimization efforts. It helps you understand the shader duration, hardware thread count, and single instruction multiple data (SIMD) occupancy metrics of each shader.
Take advantage of the new Intel® Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) technology to upscale your images and enhance the visual quality of your scenes.
Adds support for Intel® Media SDK and Intel® oneAPI Video Processing Library. Improve the performance of your streaming application by identifying and resolving bottlenecks.
Adds functionality to the Intel GPA framework:
Provide support for XeSS capture and playback for continuous and deferred modes.
Avoid collecting data on other processes by adding them to the user-defined skip list through a new flag in gpa-injector.
Profile with driver-level game-specific optimizations using new capabilities in gpa-player.
At the 2022 Game Developers Conference (GDC), Intel demonstrated how to ramp up your game profiling abilities with the new DirectX* Raytracing (DXR) feature, hot spot analysis, and XeSS capabilities in the Intel® Arc™ GPU.