Purpose Built for Mali

The Mali Offline Compiler is a command line tool that supports compiling all shaders and kernels from OpenGL ES, OpenCL, and Vulkan. Being purpose built for Mali, the compiler generates performance statistics for each shader or kernel compiled.

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Features and Benefits
Binary Output

Shaders compile offline into binaries before you link and run them on the Mali GPU, ensuring shaders compile properly and source code is confidential.

Standards Based

Shaders can be written using all versions of OpenGL ES and Vulkan 1.0 APIs, and kernels can be written using the OpenCL 1.1 API.

Developer Assistance

Offline compilation checks the validity of kernels and shaders while verbose feedback on performance and errors accelerates debugging and optimization.

Automation

Command line interface enables easy integration into existing build and test systems.

Variety

Choose from a series of different hardware and driver configurations to ensure that shaders and kernels are optimized for all use cases.

Use Cases
Graphics Compilation and Optimization
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