RenderDoc 1.2 Released For This Powerful Open-Source Graphics Debugging Tool
Written by Michael Larabel in Standards on 1 December 2018 at 10:45 AM EST. Add A Comment
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RenderDoc 1.2 is now available as the latest feature update to this leading graphics debugging tool for Vulkan, OpenGL, and Direct3D across all major platforms.

RenderDoc 1.2 is a very sizable update in the several months since RenderDoc 1.1. RenderDoc 1.2 features improvements around shader editing and replacing, support for Vulkan geometry/tessellation shaders, Python API improvements, updated GPUOpen RGA integration, support for OpenGL external objects/memory, support for a number of the new Vulkan extensions, and a wide variety of other support additions as well as plenty of bug fixes.

Graphics application/game developers leveraging Vulkan, OpenGL, or Direct3D can learn more about this powerful tooling update via the RenderDoc 1.2 notes posted on GitHub.
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