Performance Tools

Collection of commands that provide quick access to commonly used tools and operations.

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At the top of the Level Editor window, at the right side of the Tab Bar, you will find a series of performance and debugging tools.

From left to right, they are:

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Number

Name

Description

1

Console Command Bar

This text field is used to input console commands within the editor.

2

Source Control Status

This shows the current status of the integrated Perforce server.

3

Performance Data

This region displays the following information:

  • FPS: Shows the frames per second, as well as the current delta time (time between each frame).

  • Mem: Shows the current amount of memory in use by the engine.

  • Objs: Shows the current number of objects in the scene.

4

20 Second Playback

This saves a 20-second video of the last 20 seconds of work. A bar will appear at the bottom of the Level Editor showing the path to the video. VideoCaptureSaved.png

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