Can't capture Frame "glDisable(cap = 0x00009346)"
Hi, I am running NSight 5.4 on Win7x64 with VS2017. My graphics card is GTX1060. The app I want to debug runs with OpenGL 4.3. Whenever I try to capture a frame I get an error that NSight is unable to capture with Reason: glDisable(cap = 0x00009346) I think cap = 0x00009346 is GL_CONSERVATIVE_RASTERIZATION_NV but I am not 100% sure. So how can I be able to capture frames with this setup? Thank you for your help.
Hi,

I am running NSight 5.4 on Win7x64 with VS2017.
My graphics card is GTX1060.
The app I want to debug runs with OpenGL 4.3.

Whenever I try to capture a frame I get an error that NSight is unable to capture with
Reason: glDisable(cap = 0x00009346)
I think cap = 0x00009346 is GL_CONSERVATIVE_RASTERIZATION_NV but I am not 100% sure.

So how can I be able to capture frames with this setup?

Thank you for your help.

#1
Posted 10/18/2017 02:41 PM   
Hi, I'm sorry Nsight 5.4 doesn't support the function glDisable(), please refer to the document for Supported OpenGL Functions http://docs.nvidia.com/nsight-visual-studio-edition/5.4/Nsight_Visual_Studio_Edition_User_Guide.htm#Graphics_OGL_Functions.htm%3FTocPath%3DGraphics%2520Debugger%7CFrame%2520Debugging%7COpenGL%7C_____12 Maybe you can use other functions instead of glDisable(). Regards, Letitia
Hi,

I'm sorry Nsight 5.4 doesn't support the function glDisable(), please refer to the document for Supported OpenGL Functions http://docs.nvidia.com/nsight-visual-studio-edition/5.4/Nsight_Visual_Studio_Edition_User_Guide.htm#Graphics_OGL_Functions.htm%3FTocPath%3DGraphics%2520Debugger%7CFrame%2520Debugging%7COpenGL%7C_____12

Maybe you can use other functions instead of glDisable().

Regards,
Letitia

#2
Posted 10/20/2017 07:43 AM   
Thanks for your answer. Are you sure glDisable() is not supported ? glDisable() is normally used quite extensively for various GL capabilities like GL_SCISSOR_TEST, GL_DEPTH_TEST, GL_ALPHA_TEST etc. I'd rather guess GL_CONSERVATIVE RASTERIZATION_NV is not supported by nsight yet.
Thanks for your answer.
Are you sure glDisable() is not supported ?
glDisable() is normally used quite extensively for various GL capabilities like GL_SCISSOR_TEST, GL_DEPTH_TEST, GL_ALPHA_TEST etc.

I'd rather guess GL_CONSERVATIVE RASTERIZATION_NV is not supported by nsight yet.

#3
Posted 10/21/2017 01:40 PM   
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