Jan 1, 2018 at 9:16pm #169589bluepillParticipant
Good job on Vorpx 17.3.0!
Works very nicely with Mass Effect Andromeda. (framerate is ~50 FPS with my R9 290, so I am still tweaking a bit to get it higher – already disabled Vsync)
I just freshly installed Crysis 3 from Origin to try out this game in VR on my Oculus DK2.
I started a new game in recruit mode and skipped the training. (I am more a person for training on the job I guess:)
Seems Vorpx is correctly attaching to Crysis 3. Intro scenes are running fine in VR
But after the intro clip of helicopter flying to the dome, all I see is blackness in my headset and on my PC screen. I guess this is the point were the game really starts in 3D. I DO hear voices/action, so the game IS running.
I also added the custom resolution 1440 x 1080 in the AMD control panel, but that did not help. So I removed it again.
Also I seem to loose the mouse cursor repeatedly in Crysis 3 (in the menu structure of the game)
But maybe that is caused by the wired Xbox 360 gamepad I have connected. Its not the main issue, but maybe its related.
I’m running a fully updated Windows 10 Pro with fairly recent AMD driver 17.11.1 (most stable one now for me)
I already emailed you the trouble shoot zipfile with all detail data.
Additional info that is missing in the troubleshoot zip files:
I use RIFT software 1.20. (Not using the Core 2.0 beta, too unstable)
Thanks for your help!
BluepillJan 2, 2018 at 10:56am #169606RalfKeymaster
Again nothing really useful in the log files unfortunately. Your graphics card might be a factor here too. Try switching to Z3D and check whether that helps. G3D would overstrain your GPU anyway unless you can cope with framerates <30fps.
BTW: Leave the 1440x1080 custom res in the control panel, it's probably the best resolution you can get for vorpX on your system.Jan 2, 2018 at 11:12pm #169652bluepillParticipant
good news, Crysis 3 now works for me in Vorpx 17.3.0
I found out – sort of – by accident:
Origin suddenly would not start and showed this error:
“Origin.exe – System Error: the program can’t start because MSVCP140.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.”
To solve this, I had to install VC redist 2015 I found on some forum posts.
But 2015 refused to install because the *nice* Win 10 unstoppable auto update feature already installed VC redist 2017. (a newer version…)
So, to fix Origin I had to uninstall VC Redist 2017 x86/x64 and replace it with VC redist 2015 x86/x64.
Now Origin starts again, but Crysis 3 is also working fully in vorpx 17.3.0
(I had to use Z-buffer 3D though, because Geometry 3D caused artifacts in gun and character textures)
Maybe this could help out some other folks.
PS: Very nice experience in Crysis 3, almost Native VR game feel!
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