The AGI package contains a command line tool named gapit that can be used to capture, replay and query traces from the command line. You can find the gapit executable in your AGI install location. The default install location varies by platform: C:\Program Files (x86)\agi\gapit.exe on Windows, /Applications/AGI.app/Contents/MacOS/gapit on Mac OS X, or /opt/agi/gapit on linux.

GAPIT Help

Command Short help
benchmark Runs a set of benchmarking tests on an application
commands Prints the command tree for a .gfxtrace file
create_graph_visualization Create graph visualization file from capture
devices Lists the devices available
dump Dump a textual representation of a .gfxtrace file
dump_fbo Extract all framebuffer observations from a trace.
dump_pipeline Prints the bound pipeline and descriptor sets for a point in a .gfxtrace file
dump_replay Prints textual representation of a replay payload.
dump_resources Dump all shaders at a particular command from a .gfxtrace
export_replay Export replay vm instruction and assets.
make_doc Generate documentation for all commands.
memory Prints memory metrics about a capture file
packages Prints information about packages installed on a device
profile Profile a replay to get the time of executing the commands.
replace_resource Produce a new trace with the given resource replaced at the given command
report Check a capture replays without issues
screenshot Produce a screenshot at a particular command from a .gfxtrace file
state Prints the state tree for a point in a .gfxtrace file
stats Prints information about a capture file
status Attaches to an existing gapis, and provides status
stress-test Performs evil things on GAPIS to try to break it
trace Captures a gfx trace from an application
trim (WIP) Trims a gfx trace to the dependencies of the requested frames
unpack Displays the raw protos in a protopack file
video Produce a video or sequence of frames from a .gfxtrace file

benchmark

Runs a set of benchmarking tests on an application

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] benchmark [benchmark-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
benchmark-flags:
  -additionalargs string
	additional arguments to pass to the application
  -api string
	only capture the given API valid options are gles and vulkan
  -device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -dumptrace string
	dump a systrace of gapis
  -env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -noopt 
	disables optimization of the replay stream
  -numframes int
	how many frames to capture
  -os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -outputcsv 
	outputs data in CSV-friendly format
  -serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -startframe int
	perform a MEC trace starting at this frame
  -uri string
	uri of the application to trace
  -workingdir string
	working directory for the application

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commands

Prints the command tree for a .gfxtrace file

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] commands [commands-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
commands-flags:
  -allowincompleteframe 
	Make a group for incomplete frames
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -context int
	Filter to the i'th context. (default -1)
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -groupbyapi 
	Group commands by api
  -groupbycontext 
	Group commands by context
  -groupbydrawcall 
	Group commands by draw call
  -groupbyframe 
	Group commands by frame
  -groupbythread 
	Group commands by thread
  -groupbyusermarkers 
	Group commands by user markers
  -includenocontextgroups 
	Include no context groups
  -maxchildren int
	Maximum children per tree node.
  -name string
	Filter to commands and groups with the specified name.
  -observations-data 
	if true then display the bytes read and written by each command. Implies Ranges.
  -observations-ranges 
	if true then display the read and write ranges made by each command.
  -raw 
	if true then the value of constants, instead of their names, will be dumped.

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create_graph_visualization

Create graph visualization file from capture

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] create_graph_visualization [create_graph_visualization-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
create_graph_visualization-flags:
  -format string
	output format of the graph: 'pbtxt' (Tensorboard) or 'dot' (Graphviz)
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -out string
	path to save graph visualization

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devices

Lists the devices available

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] devices [devices-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
devices-flags:
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -os value
	Only display devices of the given OS kind [one of: "UnknownOS", "Windows", "OSX", "Linux", "Android", "Stadia"] (default UnknownOS)

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dump

Dump a textual representation of a .gfxtrace file

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] dump [dump-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
dump-flags:
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -observations-data 
	if true then display the bytes read and written by each command. Implies Ranges.
  -observations-ranges 
	if true then display the read and write ranges made by each command.
  -raw 
	if true then the value of constants, instead of their names, will be dumped.
  -showabiinfo 
	if true then show information of the ABI used for the trace.
  -showdeviceinfo 
	if true then show originating device information.

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dump_fbo

Extract all framebuffer observations from a trace.

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] dump_fbo [dump_fbo-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
dump_fbo-flags:
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -context int
	Filter to the i'th context.
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -out string
	output framebuffer directory path

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dump_pipeline

Prints the bound pipeline and descriptor sets for a point in a .gfxtrace file

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] dump_pipeline [dump_pipeline-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
dump_pipeline-flags:
  -at value
	command/subcommand index to get the pipeline after. Empty for last
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -compute 
	print out the most recently bound compute pipeline instead of graphics pipeline
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -print-shaders 
	print the disassembled shaders along with the bound descriptor values

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dump_replay

Prints textual representation of a replay payload.

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] dump_replay

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version

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dump_resources

Dump all shaders at a particular command from a .gfxtrace

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] dump_resources [dump_resources-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
dump_resources-flags:
  -at int
	command index to dump the resources after (default -1)
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.

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export_replay

Export replay vm instruction and assets.

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] export_replay [export_replay-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
export_replay-flags:
  -apk string
	(experimental) name of the stand-alone APK created to perform the replay. This name must be <app_package>.apk (e.g. com.example.replay.apk)
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -context int
	Filter to the i'th context.
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -mode value
	generate special purposed trace [one of: "plain", "diagnostics", "frames", "timestamps"] (default plain)
  -originaldevice 
	export replay for the original device
  -out string
	output directory for commands and assets (default "replay_export")
  -sdkpath string
	Path to Android SDK directory (default: ANDROID_SDK_HOME environment variable)

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make_doc

Generate documentation for all commands.

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] make_doc

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version

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memory

Prints memory metrics about a capture file

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] memory [memory-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
memory-flags:
  -at value
	command/subcommand index to get the memory after. Empty for last
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.

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packages

Prints information about packages installed on a device

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] packages [packages-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
packages-flags:
  -adb string
	Path to the adb executable; leave empty to search the environment
  -dataheader string
	marker to write before package data
  -device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -format value
	output format [one of: "json", "proto", "proto-string", "list"] (default json)
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -icondensity float
	scale multiplier on icon density. (default 1)
  -icons 
	if true then package icons are also dumped.
  -os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -out string
	output file, standard output if none
  -serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices

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profile

Profile a replay to get the time of executing the commands.

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] profile [profile-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
profile-flags:
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -out string
	output file to save the profiling result

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replace_resource

Produce a new trace with the given resource replaced at the given command

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] replace_resource [replace_resource-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
replace_resource-flags:
  -at int
	command index to replace the resource(s) at (default -1)
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -handle string
	required. handle of the resource to replace
  -outputtracefile string
	file name for the updated trace (default "newcapture.gfxtrace")
  -resourcepath string
	file path for the new resource
  -skipoutput 
	skip writing the modified trace to a file
  -updateresourcebinary string
	shaders only. binary to run for every shader; consumes resource data from standard input and writes to standard output

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report

Check a capture replays without issues

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] report [report-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
report-flags:
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -context int
	Filter to the i'th context. (default -1)
  -displaytosurface 
	display the frames rendered in the replay back to the surface
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -out string
	output report path

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screenshot

Produce a screenshot at a particular command from a .gfxtrace file

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] screenshot [screenshot-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
screenshot-flags:
  -at value
	command/subcommand index for the screenshot (repeatable)
  -attachment string
	the attachment to show (0-3 for color, d for depth, s for stencil)
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -context int
	Filter to the i'th context.
  -displaytosurface 
	display the frames rendered in the replay back to the surface
  -draws 
	create a screenshot of every draw call in the requested frame(s) (only honored if using -frame)
  -frame value
	frame index for the screenshot (repeatable). Empty for last
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -max-overdraw int
	the amount of overdraw to map to white in the output
  -noopt 
	disables optimization of the replay stream
  -out string
	output image file (default 'screenshot.png') (default "screenshot.png")
  -overdraw 
	renders the overdraw instead of the color framebuffer

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state

Prints the state tree for a point in a .gfxtrace file

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] state [state-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
state-flags:
  -at value
	command/subcommand index to get the state after. Empty for last
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -depth int
	How many nodes deep should the state tree be displayed. -1 for all (default -1)
  -filter value
	Which path through the tree should we filter to, default All
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.

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stats

Prints information about a capture file

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] stats [stats-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
stats-flags:
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -frames-count int
	number of frames after Start to process: -1 for all frames (default -1)
  -frames-start int
	frame to start stats from
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.

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status

Attaches to an existing gapis, and provides status

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] status [status-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
status-flags:
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -memoryupdateinterval int
	Provides memory updates at the given interval (in ms)
  -statusupdateinterval int
	Provides status updates at the given interval (in ms) (default 1000)

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stress-test

Performs evil things on GAPIS to try to break it

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] stress-test [stress-test-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
stress-test-flags:
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.

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trace

Captures a gfx trace from an application

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] trace [trace-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
trace-flags:
  -additionalargs string
	additional arguments to pass to the application
  -api string
	only capture the given API valid options are gles and vulkan
  -capture-frames int
	only capture the given number of frames. 0 for all
  -clear-cache 
	clear package data before running it
  -device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -disable-pcs 
	disable pre-compiled shaders (default true)
  -disable-unknown-extensions 
	Hide unknown extensions from the application.
  -env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -for duration
	duration to trace for
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -local-port int
	connect to an application already running on the server using this port
  -no-buffer 
	Do not buffer the output, this helps if the application crashes
  -observe-draws uint
	capture the framebuffer every n draws (0 to disable)
  -observe-frames uint
	capture the framebuffer every n frames (0 to disable)
  -os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -out string
	the file to generate
  -pipename string
	The name of the pipe to connect/listen to.
  -record-errors 
	record device error state
  -record-tracetimes 
	record trace timing into the capture
  -serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -start-at-frame int
	defers the start of the trace until given frame. Only valid for Vulkan. Not compatible with start-defer.
  -start-defer 
	defers the start of the trace until <enter> is pressed. Only valid for Vulkan.
  -uri string
	uri of the application to trace
  -workingdir string
	working directory for the application

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trim

(WIP) Trims a gfx trace to the dependencies of the requested frames

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] trim [trim-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
trim-flags:
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -commands 
	Treat every command as its own frame
  -context int
	Filter to the i'th context.
  -extracommands value
	Additional commands to include (along with their dependencies)
  -frames-count int
	number of frames to include: -1 for all frames (default -1) (default -1)
  -frames-start int
	first frame to include (default 0)
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -out string
	gfxtrace file to save the trimmed capture

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unpack

Displays the raw protos in a protopack file

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] unpack [unpack-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
unpack-flags:
  -verbose 
	if true, then output will not be truncated

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video

Produce a video or sequence of frames from a .gfxtrace file

Usage: GAPIT [GAPIT-flags] video [video-flags]

GAPIT-flags:
  -analytics string
	If non-empty enable analytics using the specified user-id
  -args string
	A single string that will be parsed into extra individual arguments
  -crashreport 
	Automatically send crash reports to Google
  -decodestack string
	Decode a stackdump generated by this executable
  -log-file string
	The file to store the logs in
  -log-level value
	The severity to enable logs at [one of: "Verbose", "Debug", "Info", "Warning", "Error", "Fatal"] (default Info)
  -log-stacks 
	If true, stack traces are logged for all errors (default true)
  -log-status 
	Log status updates as they happen
  -log-style value
	The style to use when printing the log [one of: "raw", "brief", "normal", "detailed"] (default normal)
  -profile-cpu string
	write cpu profile to file
  -profile-mem string
	write mem profile to file
  -profile-trace string
	write a trace to file
  -runfiles string
	Location of the runfiles manifest
  -version 
	Display the application version
video-flags:
  -captureid 
	if true then interpret the capture file argument as a capture ID that is already loaded in gapis
  -commands 
	Treat every command as its own frame
  -context int
	Filter to the i'th context.
  -fps int
	frames per second (default 5)
  -frames-count int
	number of frames after Start to capture: -1 for all frames (default -1)
  -frames-minimum int
	return error when less than this number of frames is found (default 1)
  -frames-start int
	frame to start capture from
  -gapir-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapir
  -gapir-device string
	Device to use. Either 'host' or the friendly name of the device
  -gapir-env value
	List of environment variables to set, X=Y
  -gapir-nofallback 
	Do not fallback to another device if the requested one could not be found
  -gapir-os string
	Os of the device to use.
  -gapir-serial string
	Serial of the device to use.
  -gapir-ssh-config string
	The ssh config to use for finding remote devices
  -gapis-args string
	The arguments to be passed to gapis
  -gapis-disablelog 
	Disable the log output
  -gapis-port int
	gapis tcp port to connect to, 0 means start new instance.
  -gapis-profile-pprof string
	produce a pprof file
  -gapis-profile-trace string
	produce a trace file
  -gapis-token string
	The auth token to use when connecting to an existing server.
  -max-height int
	maximum video height (default 1280)
  -max-width int
	maximum video width (default 1920)
  -noopt 
	disables optimization of the replay stream
  -out string
	output video path
  -text string
	summary prefix (use '║' for aligned columns, '¶' for new line)
  -type value
	type of output to produce [one of: "auto", "sxs", "regular", "frames"] (default auto)

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