Today we released PIX 2003.26 which can be downloaded here. This release contains support for DirectX 12 Ultimate, source-level debugging of DXIL shaders, a new GPU capture timeline, CPU/GPU event correlation in new timing captures and many more bug fixes and performance improvements.
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Today we released PIX 1911.27 which can be downloaded here. This release contains an updated buffer formatter, the ability to start capturing of a process from initial launch, support for Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds (20H1) and many bug fixes.
This release of PIX includes several enhancements to the Buffer Formatter aimed at helping you define and save custom formats and easily switch between them.
Today we released PIX 1909.23* which can be downloaded here. This release contains new timing capture features, support for programmatic captures in pixtool, performance improvements and many bug fixes.
* 1909.23 is the new name for 1909.13. Sorry for any confusion.
Today we released PIX 1908.16 which can be downloaded here. This is a servicing release that fixes a couple of issues that causes PIX to crash when inspecting or debugging shaders, otherwise it is identical to PIX 1908.02.
Today we released PIX 1906.26, available for download here. This release makes PIX compatible with the latest Insider Preview builds of Windows.
PIX now works on latest Inside Preview builds of Windows.
PIX no longer pops up an error message when trying to use a plugin with an unsupported GPU configuration (eg SLI).
Today we released PIX 1904.23, available for download here. This release contains a preview of the new Timing Capture implementation and improvements to DXIL shader debugging and pixtool as well as various other improvements and bug fixes.
Preview of a new implementation of Timing Captures (see below)
HLSL variables are now available during DXIL shader debugging
New pixtool features:
Use “take-capture –winml”
Today we released PIX-1812.14, which adds support for selecting the playback adapter, displaying unbound resources and improvements to the occupancy lane. This release also includes various miscellaneous fixes detailed below.
Playback Adapter Selection
PIX now allows you to select the GPU on which to play back a recording.
Today we released PIX-1810.02. This version includes:
Support for capturing Direct3D 11 apps on RS5
Support for capturing WinML workloads on RS5
Default file extension is now .wpix
Various bug fixes
Direct3D 11 on 12 Support
On RS5 PIX can now be instructed to use a Direct3D11-to-Direct3D12 translation layer to make GPU captures of Direct3D11 applications.
Today we released PIX 1807.19 which includes a new Shader Table Viewer.
The Shader Table Viewer has been added to the Pipeline View, which provides deep insight into a raytracing shader table’s contents.
The viewer visualizes how the shader table’s bytes will be interpreted by GPU.