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Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. First of all: this looks awesome, thanks! F12, PrtScrn to capture. I use the latest Chrome version as of yesterday , RenderDoc1. Up to the injection process, the only difference I see with your video is that I have only one popup that appears with the Chrome guid, when you have 2 popups, with 2 guids..

The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered:. This was a common issue with versions of this add-on prior to v0. So how can this addon’s version have an impact on RenderDoc’s behavior? Sorry, something went wrong. Hi frodooon First of all, as noted in the troubleshooting section , the flag warnign should not be the source of the issue. The number of popup should not affect, and it is more common to have only one, I believe the second ones pops up if it takes too much time to validate the first one.

Indeed Blender is not used at this stage, but the version number also refers to the instructions, that were different back before v0. In particular, the custom shortcut used to start chrome. Which might be where your virtual machine setup fails, maybe. Are you able to run DirectX based application?

I would be surprised if not, though, but check just in case. I have DirectX12 installed, and I ran the diagnostic tool, below is what I see in the “Display” section, does it seem okay I have no idea of what I’m looking at..? For the remaining, I used the v0. Thanks if you have any idea to solve this! I’m having the a similar problem Any help would be greatly appreciated. Mastersquishy23 Same issue, same answer, at this point if you don’t screen record your attempt I don’t know how to help, this is a bug I cannot reproduce myself.

Thanks again for taking time out of your day to help me. And no i haven’t i’ll give it a go. Yep i tried it again and still nothing, Chrome was literally the first thing i opened. Thanks anyway. I have the same problem as others. Stability and security will suffer.

What GPU are you using? What driver version are your GPU? Update: I just tried this on a different machine, following your instructions exactly, this time with renderDoc 1. API is always listed as: none. This happens on both RenderDoc 1. You must inject into the GPU process listed. Your instructions only mention “the chrome process”. This is not explicitly clear that you are talking about the GPU process listed. My assumption is that most people are trying to inject into the browser process rather than the GPU process.

I was doing this, as I assume the other 3 commenters were as well. You might consider updating this to be explicitly clear to your readers. But in Mastersquishy23 ‘s case it was not the issue, on the video they inject into the right process.

Hello, thanks polygonfuture and eliemichel for following this. Myself I was also already injecting into the GPU process, so that’s not the solution for me. Had it working on another computer though.. I tried launching the weston application Ubuntu , it got launched successfully, but No frames are getting captured. Is this is the problem because of API : None?

If so, can you please help me how to resolve this issue? Hi pichikaudaykiran , sounds like you are trying to reproduce this on linux. The problem is that RenderDoc for linux is missing the Inject into process feature as far as I know. Did it change lately? Otherwise I am not aware of a workflow that enables the use of RenderDoc together with a web browser on linux unfortunately.

Same problem here. I am sure I selected the GPU process the one mentioned in the startup dialog. Nevermind, I have very old graphics card HD and even google maps 4d wont work Google Earth yes, but I assume that it does by different means.

DirectX12 is up and working, though. Skip to content. Star 1. New issue. Jump to bottom. Copy link. Hello, First of all: this looks awesome, thanks! If you have any idea on how to solve this, I’d appreciate a lot ; Arnaud The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered:. Hi, I have DirectX12 installed, and I ran the diagnostic tool, below is what I see in the “Display” section, does it seem okay I have no idea of what I’m looking at..?

Mmh idk, maybe screen record the process, as of now I don’t see what could be wrong. Only the Lite Mode of the new Google Maps is available at this time Also when I start chrome, I get the error at the top of my window that says: ‘You are using an unsupported command-line flag: –disable-gpu-sandbox. Same exact issue. Laptop uses GTX Hope this helps. Cheers, Jonathan. Add image about chrome gpu process …. See I followed all the steps but I still have the same problem. Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub.

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If you have any idea on how to solve this, I’d appreciate a lot ; Arnaud.

 

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