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Location: Room 3009, West Hall
Date: Wednesday, March 23
Time: 10:30 am - 11:00 am
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Format: Sponsored Session
Viewing Experience: In-Person/Virtual
Vault Recording: Video
Audience Level: Yes
Authoring efficient shaders on mobile has always been a challenge for developers and typically relies on the optimization process at the end of a project.
In this session, Arm and NaturalMotion will present how to use Arm's Mali Offline Compiler during the shader authoring stage to take better advantage of the hardware, how to interpret and leverage the information provided by the tool to allow for a rapid and iterative optimization workflow. This session will also cover how developers can leverage Arm's Mali GPU Datasheet to make informed decisions in architecting their shaders that take full advantage of the Mali GPU architecture.
Attendees will learn how to create a workflow to allow them to author and architect efficient shaders for Mali GPUs using Arm's Mali Offline Compiler and Arm's Mali GPU Datasheet. Attendees will also learn best practices to look for when authoring their shader code.
Graphics programmers interested in learning how they can use Arm's Mali Offline Compiler to help them author optimized shaders for Mali GPUs. An understanding of shader authoring, and basic hardware knowledge is recommended.