Command-Line Arguments

PVRTune Complete has additional command-line arguments available to it beyond those listed in the Command-Line Arguments section. The following arguments are available to PVRTune Complete:

ArgumentDescription
--save-counterdefinitionsSave a counter group from the Edit Counter Groups dialog in the GUI. Expects a string as a filename (file is saved as .pvrtunecg).
--export-csv-rawSame function as "File > Export > Export raw data to CSV" in the GUI. Expects a string as a filename (file is saved as .csv).
--export-csv-active-countersSame function as "File > Export > Export active counters to CSV" in the GUI. Expects a string as a filename (file is saved as .csv).
--export-csv-marksSame function as "File > Export > Export marks to CSV" in the GUI. Expects a string as a filename (file is saved as .csv).
--export-csv-usercountersSame function as "File > Export > Export user counters to CSV" in the GUI. Expects a string as a filename (file is saved as .csv).
--export-csv-usertimingSame function as "File > Export > Export user timing to CSV" in the GUI. Expects a string as a filename (file is saved as .csv).
--export-csv-counterdefinitionsSame function as "File > Export > Export counter definitions to CSV" in the GUI (also available from "CSV" Export" in Edit Counter Groups dialog. Expects a string as a filename (file is saved as .csv).
--export-csv-tasktimingSame function as "File > Export > Export task timing data to CSV" in the GUI. Expects a string as a filename (file is saved as .csv).
--export-csv-frametimingSame function as "File > Export > Export frame tming data to CSV" in the GUI. Expects a string as a filename (file is saved as .csv).
--cgLoad counter/group definitions from the specified input file. Same function as "Load" (for .pvrtunecg) or "CSV Import" (for .csv) in the Edit Counter Groups dialog in the GUI. Expects a string as a filename (either .pvrtunecg or .csv).