May 25, 2019 at 3:41am #184285
I finally tried VorpX with Rift S and the current Oculus drivers, and tested the Desktop Viewer first. I can’t see anything because the screen is spinning all over my view. The same thing happens with Witcher 2 and 3 (first one doesn’t hook, but that’s for another thread).
My install is fresh. I ran everything in the proper order. I don’t have any of those nasty utilities that interfere with injection. But VorpX still doesn’t want to work properly.
I’ve been trying many many workarounds and ideas for hours now, to no avail, and i’m very frustrated and depressed.
Please help me.May 25, 2019 at 3:53am #184286
I made a video with my phone of how it looks in Desktop Viewer:
May 25, 2019 at 4:22am #184288
Sorry for the multiple posts, but editing is disabled.
The above mentioned problem occurs when running System Shock 2 as well.May 25, 2019 at 7:05am #184291
Try to disconnect any gamepad/joystick etc. (especially flightsticks/steering wheels) you may have connected to your PC. Alternatively make sure all their axes are centered.May 25, 2019 at 1:51pm #184312
But i don’t have a gamepad/joystick. Should i disconnect my mouse? Does VorpX automatically use the motion controllers for input?May 25, 2019 at 2:16pm #184313
I uninstalled the Wacom Tablet driver. I disabled the Logitech mouse software, i even unplugged the mouse before starting vorpX and Desktop Viewer. Nothing helps.
I’ll try to disable the Windows MouseFix i use for normal gaming. Otherwise i’m out of ideas.May 25, 2019 at 2:24pm #184314
One more thing, in case you didn’t try that already: try a full factory reset in the vorpX config app.
After you did that, check whether disabling head tracking in the config app makes any difference.
Also try other VR applications if you did not do that already to check whether the issue occurs generally with your headset or is vorpX specific.
Might also make sense to reinstall the Oculus software and repeat the headset setup.May 25, 2019 at 2:57pm #184315
I greatly appreciate your help, Ralf. I tried your suggestions.
Factory reset: no change.
But: Disabling head tracking stops the constant spinning!
All other VR apps i tested (the Oculus intro stuff, The Lab, Big Screen in Oculus Home etc) seem to work normally. So it’s definitely a vorpX issue.
I did a repair of the Oculus software yesterday (had to delete the program folder as well). I even re-did my Guardian setup. And now i changed the display port, but it’s all the same.
BTW: The Desktop viewer looks completely washed out (wrong gamma). Could this be because i use a gamma loader for my calibrated monitor? How do i fix this?May 25, 2019 at 3:20pm #184316
Just in case you didn’t try the most basic thing yet: try to reboot the PC.
There should be a ‘More cinema settings’ button on the main page of the menu, which let’s you adjust the cinema environment if necessary.
The actual game gamma can be adjusted separetly on the image page of the vorpX menu.May 25, 2019 at 3:46pm #184318
Yeah, i know, but i’m rebooting often.
I managed to get into the menu (a bit strange with no head-tracking), and set the gamma to minimal (0.50). Better, but it’s still way too bright. There is some heavy gamma mismatch going on, which applies to the complete Desktop Viewer (screen, lounge background, menu). This issue is not happening with any other VR apps.
Here is a snapshot with my phone: https://imgur.com/GB18Hpt
(At least i got to see the vorpX menu, and i’m impressed with the many many options.)
As i said, i have a custom calibrated ICC profile running for my monitor, which is included in the Win10 color management settings.
What else should i try?May 25, 2019 at 3:49pm #184319
I don’t really think I can help with that beyond what I already wroty above. Sorry.
If you run any gamma profili software on your Windows, try to disable/remove it.
If you want a refund, please send me a mail to support |at| vorpx com. Judging from the rather unusual problems you have on your machine that might be the best solution.
Otherwise I would as a last measure suggest to reinstall Windows to make sure you *REALLY* have a clean Windows install. Then don’t install anything besides the Oculus software and vorpX. If you have an older harddisk somewhere, you could use that for testing purposes without having to kill your current Windows install.May 25, 2019 at 4:01pm #184320
I just removed the gamma loader (uninstalled the software), and then completely disabled any custom ICC profiles in the Win10 color management settings.
After a reboot there still was no change, so the problem lies elsewhere.
I’m not giving up that easily. I’ll try a different nVidia driver, and then a fresh Windows install (i can backup my partition). I’ll report after that.
BTW, do you have any idea what my other issue could be? Maybe the problems are related? https://www.vorpx.com/forums/topic/error-w-witcher-1-both-oculus-and-steamvr/May 25, 2019 at 4:07pm #184321RJK_Participant
If you dont mind me popping in, The logitech mousedrivers can cause all kind of problems with certain games. (For exemple mousepointers moving too fast). Concerning the “spinning” i would remove any logitech drivers (and other mouse stuff) for a test.May 25, 2019 at 4:19pm #184322
Thx. I already disabled the Logitech software and tested. But i’ll try an uninstall as well.May 25, 2019 at 4:39pm #184324
Try a fresh Windows install. I’m just as out of ideas as you are. If that is not an option ot doesn’t help, my offer from above stands, of course. Send me a mail if you want that.
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