There is no contest here… Vorpx has a much nicer looking theater, can play 3d movies and any games (some in 3d) and the image quality is great.
With steam virtual cinema the game image is so blurry i find the experience too unpleasant.
Nevertheless people are praising virtual cinema on steam through ignorance. They haven’t tried vorpx…
Which brings me on to the purpose of this post:
Demo! – That word Ralf hates.
When I tell people on forums about vorpx it’s hard to get them to commit to something they’ve never tried.
You need a cut down time limited demo that can’t be hacked to full by pirates.
You could have the virtual theater playing only a demo video showing a game being played in the virtual theater as well as video and desktop. Rather than giving a fully functional time limited demo you’d just be giving a vorpx demo that won’t play anything other than this one demo video.