Commit 959bc7aa authored by Tomeu Vizoso's avatar Tomeu Vizoso
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Update README for gltrim


Signed-off-by: Tomeu Vizoso's avatarTomeu Vizoso <tomeu.vizoso@collabora.com>
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needs fewer dependencies (no python runtime), and has more developer
tools for performance analysis.
Renderdoc's advantage is that it can easily capture a frame in the
middle of a long-running application. If you need a frame from the
middle, it will likely be smaller (and thus better for this repo) than
apitrace.
- Keep as few frames as possible.
With apitrace, you'll need to use `apitrace trim` to trim the trace
down to just what you need to demonstrate the rendering you want. If
the content starts rendering immediately (no menus to navigate, etc.),
you probably want `apitrace trim <filename.trace> --frames=0,1` so
that we get both a setup frame and a steady state frame for
performance analysis.
With apitrace, use `apitrace gltrim` to trim the trace down to just
what you need to demonstrate the rendering you want.
- Document the license
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