Exporting Data in PVRTune Complete

Export options can be found by navigating to the File menu and selecting Export Data. A selection of the types of data that can be exported are detailed below.

Note: To export to a CSV, use the "Export to CSV" option instead.

Raw Data

The raw data file contains the raw data that PVRTune uses to display timing and graphing details. Each row represents a single point in time and each column represents some specific item of data at that time.

A summary of all of the raw data values can be found in Summary of Exported Raw Data.

Timing Data

The timing data file contains similar information to the raw data file, but in a slightly more simplified form. For instance, no event or impulse data is included, and the nHW16ClockCnt value is replaced with a microsecond accurate time based on the host clock.

Active Counters

The first field is a microsecond-accurate time based on the host clock. Field two and onwards contain a mapping of which hardware counters map to which software counters. This is also used to track counter group changes as these alter the meaning of the values of Counter[0-N] in the raw data and timing data files.

Marks

The marks file contains three values:

  • A microsecond-accurate time based on the host clock;

  • The process ID of the application which sent the mark;

  • The value passed to PVRTune from PVRScope in the form of a string.

User Counters

This option creates a file containing the user-defined counters in CSV format. This data comes from an application which uses the PVRScope library.

User Timing Data

This option creates a file containing the user-defined timeline data in CSV format. This data comes from an application which uses the PVRScope library.

Counters

This option creates a file containing all of the currently available counters sampled over a user-specified time period (ms).

Counter Definitions

This option creates a file containing all counters and their corresponding definitions.

A summary of the counter definition values and their descriptions is found in [Counter Definition ValuesCounter Definition Values in PVRTune Complete.

Frame Timing Data

The timing data file contains similar information to the raw data file, but in a slightly more simplified form. No event or impulse data is included, and the nHW16ClockCnt value is replaced with a microsecond accurate time based on the host clock.

A summary of the frame tming data values and their descriptions is found in Frame Timing Data Values.