nvcom.exe -T doesn't show whole timestamps

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shmihara
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nvcom.exe -T doesn't show whole timestamps

Post by shmihara » Mon Nov 25, 2019 4:25 am

I tried the following commands but I could not see the details of timestamps because the timestamps were displayed as an exponential notation and the number of digits was too short.

<Windows 10 console>
nvcom.exe -T -n -w output_directory
Fps: 0.00; output queue: 0
1.48324e+09
1.48324e+09
1.48324e+09
1.48324e+09
...

How can I print the whole timestamps to the console?
k.schauwecker
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Re: nvcom.exe -T doesn't show whole timestamps

Post by k.schauwecker » Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:45 am

You are right. The reason for the high time stamps is that the time is measured in Unix time (seconds since 1 January 1970). If you capture a frame, NVCom creates a timestamps.txt file with very accurate timestamps for each frame. We'll increase the accuracy for the console output as well for the next release.
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