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Display timings all ms at 0

Community Beginner ,
Sep 09, 2022 Sep 09, 2022

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Hi guys,

 

When I activate display timings all nodes are at 0ms and I just can't figure out how to make it work.

 

Thank you for your time.

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Community Expert , Apr 02, 2024 Apr 02, 2024

A quicker, and safer, way would be right click in the graph and choose 'Clear nodes thumbnails (F5)'. Then right click again and choose 'Compute node thumbnails'. The timings will be recalculated along with the thumbnails.

 

Dave

 

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Adobe Employee , Apr 05, 2024 Apr 05, 2024

In addition to Dave's suggestion, a good way to have a rough estimate of a node's timings is to click a few times the 'Randomise' button for the node or graph's 'Random seed'. Averaging the values can give you a ballpark estimate.

demo-timings-random-seed.gif

 

Please note the timings may not reflect 'real world' performance once the graph is published to SBSAR, as Designer does additional computations that impact timings.

 

Best regards.

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Community Beginner ,
Sep 09, 2022 Sep 09, 2022

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Omg nevermind I just had to continue my graph and connect new stuff around for it to wake up. No wonder I couldn't find anything about this.

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Mar 30, 2024 Mar 30, 2024

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I'm glad I found this. However for me I have a fairly complex node network from following a tutorial and unplugging and replugging in every part of the graph seems sub optimal. Were you able to find a way to refresh the entire node network in a few clicks or am I going to the wire connector dungeon for an hour. 

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Mar 30, 2024 Mar 30, 2024

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Boosting for visibility. While I still did not find a way to refresh the entire network through conventional "update grid" type of button. I did  figure out a scarey hacky way to refresh everything. Make sure to save all files 

first before anything else happens.

 

Instructions:

1) Select everything in your graph

2) Delete EVERYTHING (fear intensifies)

3) Ctrl + Z to brings everything back with the proper timings so you can prune them.

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A quicker, and safer, way would be right click in the graph and choose 'Clear nodes thumbnails (F5)'. Then right click again and choose 'Compute node thumbnails'. The timings will be recalculated along with the thumbnails.

 

Dave

 

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In addition to Dave's suggestion, a good way to have a rough estimate of a node's timings is to click a few times the 'Randomise' button for the node or graph's 'Random seed'. Averaging the values can give you a ballpark estimate.

demo-timings-random-seed.gif

 

Please note the timings may not reflect 'real world' performance once the graph is published to SBSAR, as Designer does additional computations that impact timings.

 

Best regards.

Luca Giarrizzo | QA Analyst, 3D & Immersive | Adobe

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