[Tool] Frame Time Analysis

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[Tool] Frame Time Analysis

Post by Brainlet » 11 Jan 2022, 16:22

This is a web-based application with the goal of preserving as much data as possible when sharing a screenshot of multiple benchmarks.

https://boringboredom.github.io/Frame-Time-Analysis/

Example:

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Re: [Tool] Frame Time Analysis

Post by Chief Blur Buster » 11 Jan 2022, 17:45

Brainlet wrote:
11 Jan 2022, 16:22
This is a web-based application with the goal of preserving as much data as possible when sharing a screenshot of multiple benchmarks.

https://boringboredom.github.io/Frame-Time-Analysis/
This looks like a neat tool -- any screenshots of actual output (from sample data)?

Examples would be welcome to encourage users to use the tool.
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Re: [Tool] Frame Time Analysis

Post by Brainlet » 12 Jan 2022, 07:24

If someone has any suggestions or bug reports, let me know. Suggestions should align with the goal of cramming as much data as possible into a single image, though.

Here are 6 benches I gathered (from random sources, recorded with different programs on different dates) and exported with the site's Export function (various elements, e.g. graph cropping or metric toggling, are automatically omitted from the exported image for space reasons). Open in new tab for full resolution:

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Re: [Tool] Frame Time Analysis

Post by Brainlet » 21 Jan 2022, 22:49

small progress update

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