About Adaptive Performance
Adaptive Performance allows you to get feedback about the thermal and power state of your mobile device and react appropriately. For example, you can create applications that react to temperature trends and events on the device, to ensure constant frame rates over a longer period of time and prevent thermal throttling.
To install this package, follow the instructions in the installation guide.
Using the Adaptive Performance Provider Management system
For information on installing Adaptive Performance in an existing Unity Project, see Installing Adaptive Performance.
There are two target audiences for the Adaptive Performance Provider Management system: the end user and the subsystem provider developer. You can find documentation for both audiences here:
This package also includes documentation on how to:
- Use the Adaptive Performance Device Simulator plugin in the Unity Editor. For more information on this plugin, see Device Simulator in the Unity Manual.
- Implement or test specific features using the samples provided.
For information on what's new in the latest version of Adaptive Performance, see the Changelog.
This version of Adaptive Performance is compatible with the following versions of the Unity Editor:
- 2019.4 LTS and later (2020.2 and later recommended)
For information on upgrading from a previous version of Adaptive Performance to the current version, see Upgrade guides.