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RenderDoc is a free and open source frame debugging tool that can be used to analyze single frames generated by other software programs such as games. RenderDoc can provide in-depth analysis of single frames from any application that uses Vulkan, D3D11, OpenGL & OpenGL ES or D3D12. RenderDoc also allows the user to manipulate a captured frame to see and extract different things such as texture maps, models, assets, and more. RenderDoc can also capture assets outside the view of the game's camera.
At GDC 2018, AMD announced that Radeon GPU Profiler would include support for RenderDoc.
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