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FWIW, NBA 2k23 works great with vorpx. I have no idea if they use a similar engine, but you could try that profile. The one I use is based on an NBA 2k21 cloud profile.
FWIW, the “N7 Digital Deluxe” version of Mass Effect 3 works with Vorpx. I haven’t played much of it, but I did try it out in geometry 3d, and it looked pretty good.
I can understand. Hard to fix a bug that you can’t easily replicate. Anyway, it’s nothing I can’t recreate. Thanks for the explanation, Ralf.
G3D immediately and completely corrupts the video for me. Video was just a bunch of colored horizontal lines. I was surprised it didn’t crash. I’m not sure why the profile says it’s G3D compatible and works with DirectVR scanning.
Z3d looks great from the 10 minutes I played. I saw a bit of ghosting on some characters, but it was pretty minor.
I don’t think you can. Anything third party software that hooks into a game isn’t allowed in online mode, regardless of what you’re using it for.
FYI, free thing is over, but it is on sale until 9/13. Looks cool but I haven’t played it myself.
I really like AAA RPGs in Vorpx. I think the 5 I enjoyed the most in Vorpx are Assassin’s Creed Odyssey/Origins (flying around as an eagle in ancient greece/egypt in VR is awesome), Witcher 3, Cyberpunk, RDR 2 and Jedi Fallen Order.
Thanks, Ralf. I did install it right after I had my DOH moment and realized vorpx would need the library to do the more powerful things it does now. (FWIW, I think what was confusing is the phrasing of ScriptHook’s error message. The error suggests that ScriptHook is installed but is at the wrong version, when the real problem is that it’s not installed at all.)
It took me a minute to figure out that VorpX needed ScriptHook too. Ironically, I had ScriptHook installed from my install of LukeRoss mod but deleted it so I could try GTA with vorpx lol. For an hour or so, I searched everywhere for other copies of scripthook, because I thought the scripthook error message meant that I didn’t fully delete the copy I previously had installed. I couldn’t tell that vorpx was the one looking for a copy.
OP, are you saying that vorpx loads properly when it’s renamed? Or are you just saying that it doesn’t crash?
So, Ralf is really JK Simmons? I knew it!
I normally don’t buy merch, but I’d buy Vorpx stuff just to have an excuse to tell people about it.
I was under the impression that the recent 2k games wouldn’t work with vorpx, but clearly that’s wrong. This works flawlessly. I haven’t noticed any artifacts so far, and everything is very clear and readable. Great job. I’m not sure how a profile becomes an official one, but this seems like it would be a good candidate.
FWIW, I bumped the strength to 4 as well. 5 did make it seem like the guys were too small.
Frank, I haven’t noticed any stuttering and I have a way weaker video card (2080 Super).
(If anyone has problems getting it to attach, check your exclude list. I bone-headedly forgot that I had put NBA 2k21 on my exclude list ages ago.)
I could see why maintaining a Patreon presence may be more work that you don’t want. I don’t know if this helps, but I used to just use paypal to take donations for a few popular mods I made back in the day. All I did was set up an alternate email address for donations, something like vorpx.donations at gmail com, and added it to my paypal account.
One nice thing about it is that you’ll occasionally get a generous whale that will make a large donation. I remember one guy dropped $500 on me with a super nice note about how much it improved his experience, which blew my mind. (This was back ~2005.) I suspect you’d get a lot of those types of donations, given the nature of your product and how easy it is to get a new wow effect every time you try it with a new game.
FWIW, I make positive posts about vorpx all the time on reddit, and I don’t get downvoted. I often get positive, curious responses. The negative posts I see always seem shallow (in the sense that they only tried it once or say something that is demonstrably inaccurate), so they’re easy to respond to. I just try to be honest and detailed and only talk about games I’ve played through in vorpx.
It feels a bit weird saying this about anything, but I also wish there was a way people who purchased vorpx could donate more. I wouldn’t have bought half my steam library if it weren’t for vorpx. I feel like Ralf deserves a chunk out of each of those purchases.
This thread made me go try it too. I’m surprised how cool looking it is in stereo 3d.
(And, it’s a bit cathartic creating a virtual you that can actually leave the house and do stuff. :P)
I remember reading that some games need to be borderless to get a 3d effect, but I didn’t realize fullscreen could cause issues if the 3d was working. I suppose it does make sense. When it’s in windowed mode, the OS just needs to hide a window, but when it’s in full screen, it’s changing a monitor settings, which leads to things needing to be re-initialized.
If it’s not already obvious, your suggestion worked beautifully. After I switched AC settings to bordlerless, I can tab out without it crashing. Thanks!