UL Procyon definition files let you set up and run the benchmark with standard or custom settings. By default, these definition files are found in C:\Program Files\UL\Procyon\. 

Photo_editing.def

Use this definition file to run the UL Procyon Photo Editing Benchmark with default settings. Using this definition file is the same as running the benchmark from the GUI. 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<benchmark>
  <test_info>
    <benchmark_tests>
      <benchmark_test name="PhotoEditingBenchmarkDefault" test_run_type="EXPLICIT" version="1.0" />
    </benchmark_tests>
  </test_info>
  <application_info>
    <selected_workloads>
      <selected_workload name="PhotoEditingImageRetouchingDefault" />
      <selected_workload name="PhotoEditingBatchProcessingDefault" />
    </selected_workloads>
  </application_info>
</benchmark>

Photo_editing_custom.def

Modify this definition file to run the UL Procyon Photo Editing Benchmark with custom settings. Note that custom benchmark runs only produce sub-scores, never an overall score.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<benchmark>
  <test_info>
    <benchmark_tests>
      <benchmark_test name="PhotoEditingBenchmarkCustom" test_run_type="EXPLICIT" version="1.0" />
    </benchmark_tests>
  </test_info>
  <application_info>
    <selected_workloads>
      <selected_workload name="PhotoEditingImageRetouchingCustom" />
      <selected_workload name="PhotoEditingBatchProcessingCustom" />
    </selected_workloads>
  </application_info>
  <settings>
    <setting>
      <name>wait_between_workloads</name>
      <value>15</value><!-- seconds -->
    </setting>
    <setting>
      <name>tempdir</name>
      <value />
    </setting>
  </settings>
</benchmark>

The table below lists the settings you can modify in the custom definition file.

SettingExplanation
selected_workload_name
Add or remove workloads to the custom benchmark run
wait_between_workloads

The time, in seconds, to wait between each workload run

tempdir

Set the directory where the temporary workload data will be stored