Crytek Releases Free RenderDoc Debugger



Today, Crytek announced their release of RenderDoc™. Crytek is known for their CryENGINE, which powers commercial game titles and can be used to design your own game from the ground up. RenderDoc is described on the website as:

Renderdoc™ is a standalone program that can be used to capture and replay frames from any Windows application using Direct3D 11.0 or 11.1, and provides tools for deep analysis and graphics inspection, as well as detailed examination of API usage – allowing developers to locate bugs and problems in their programs.

Developed by Crytek, Renderdoc™ has been built from the ground up to reflect the real needs of graphics programmers, and has evolved based on its day-to-day usage in the creation of CRYENGINE titles.

Get It

RenderDoc can be downloaded for free from Crytek.

The CryEngine SDK can also be be target=”_blank”>downloaded for free for non-commercial use.

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  1. Per a tweet from the RenderDoc team, here are some videos, including an overview and some on specific features:

  1. March 15, 2014

    […] Friday, Crytek announced Version 0.19 of RenderDoc is available. RenderDoc was released just a few weeks ago, but they have already made many bug fixes and some improvements based on the initial […]

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