Rendering Statistics Window
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Rendering Statistics Window

The Game View has a Stats button top right. When this Stats button is pressed, an overlay window is displayed with realtime rendering statistics. This is very useful for Optimizing Graphics Performance. Additionally, Profiler shows some rendering statistics.

Rendering Statistics Window

Statistics window contains the following information:

Time per frame and FPSHow much time it takes to process and render one game frame (and resulting FPS). Note that this number only includes frame update and rendering of the game view; and does not include time taken in the editor to draw the scene view, inspector and other editor-only processing.
Draw CallsHow many objects are drawn in total. This accumulates objects that are drawn multiple times as well, for example some object that is affected by pixel lights will add several draw calls.
Tris and VertsNumber of triangles and vertices drawn. This is mostly important when optimizing for low-end hardware
Used TexturesCount and memory size of textures used when drawing this frame.
Render TexturesCount and memory size of Render Textures that are created. Also displays how many times active Render Texture was switched during this frame.
ScreenSize, anti-aliasing level and memory taken by the screen itself.
VRAM usageApproximate bounds of current video memory (VRAM) usage. Also shows how much video memory your graphics card has.
VBO totalNumber of unique meshes (vertex buffers) that are uploaded to the graphics card. Each different model will cause new VBO to be created. In some cases scaled objects will cause additional VBOs to be created.
VB uploadsCount and size of vertex data changed this frame. Dynamic geometry, like particles or skinned meshes, will contribute to this, as well as terrain LOD changing, etc.
IB uploadsCount and size of triangle data changed this frame. Dynamic geometry, like particles or skinned meshes, will contribute to this, as well as terrain LOD changing, etc.
Visible Skinned MeshesHow many skinned meshes are rendered.
AnimationsHow many animations are playing.