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    This part was a typo in my instructions:
    And youll need Frosty Mod Manager to use it, its the option on the right, just click “Download” under “Mod Manager”:
    https://frostytoolsuite.com/downloads.html

    The Mod Manager is on the LEFT side of the page, not the right. Sorry for any confusion

    in reply to: Resident Evil Revelation 2 with first person mod! #206970
    TheBalt
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    Does this work with controllers or is it keyboard mouse only? Saw you were using mouse in menus and keyboard shortcuts in game. Looks cool though, thanks for the heads up!

    in reply to: Thanks.. #206862
    TheBalt
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    Ya, the dying light ‘hidden oculus mode’ is awful. just play it with vorpx

    in reply to: Metro Exodus no longer works after game update. #205566
    TheBalt
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    Im also unable to hook the Steam version. I cant use the Definitive Version with my graphics card, but I can play the original just fine on my monitor – but it wont hook to Vorpx. When I try, the game just loads to a black screen or loads to menu but no Vorpx hook. Tried with alternative hooking, hook helper, etc and nothing got it to work. In DX11 mode as well.

    in reply to: OCTOPATH TRAVELER #205024
    TheBalt
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    I now know how to use Reshade.
    But there is a problem.
    When I launch Reshade and Vorpx, I get an error because of dxgi.dll.
    However, if I rename dxdi.dll to something else, Reshade will not be enabled.
    What should i do?

    Load into Vorpx Desktop Viewer, go to Image Settings and change the Stero Image from Mono to SideBySide, and put the game at full screen. I use this to play Doom Eternal in VR (z3d obviously, cant move head around, but it works and demons are in 3d)

    in reply to: Blood: Fresh Supply & Ion Fury #204956
    TheBalt
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    Dont know about these games but you can use that same mod for Doom for Heretic and Hexen

    in reply to: Judder in Dark souls 3 and Sekiro #204814
    TheBalt
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    I increased deadzones in Steam config app and drastically lowered look speed for controller and mouse – didnt 100% get rid of the stuttering, but it helped, if anyone else runs into this problem

    TheBalt
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    Big concern with this is online, Ive heard they ban you without warking for hooking with cheat engine or any other app like vorpx into the game. Whats more game would “remember” if a character you have played offline used any apps that hooked to the game (i.e. potential cheats) and ban you if you go online with that character.

    Unless it only concerns DS3, maybe DS2 is different.

    oh ya, i apologize for not mentioning that – but even to install the mod you must delete all your previous characters (obviously just move them to a seperate folder while you play the mod) and do a clean install when you wanna go back to Dark Souls 2 regular. I should have mentioned that.

    That being said, there is also a new big mod for Dark souls 3 called Convergence that has kinda blown my mind, tons of new spells, including new classes like Necromancers and Druids that can summon zombies/animals to help. Major emphasis on magic, all new magic effects… and you can get that into first person vr as well. Heres links if anyones interested.

    Mod convergence:
    https://www.nexusmods.com/darksouls3/mods/672?tab=files

    Mod with first person option, no need to tweak it like Dark souls 2’s first person mod:
    https://www.nexusmods.com/darksouls3/mods/136/?

    in reply to: Random Crashes Lately? #204684
    TheBalt
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    My computer crashes often in general, but if youre specifically getting crashes in VR, maybe try switching USB ports for any of your VR gear (headset, sensors, adapters, etc). I had my Rift crashing my entire PC constantly for a few weeks and finally checked in device manager and crash reports and it was USB failing mid game causing me to kick to desktop or crash entire computer.

    Just an idea, may or may not be it.

    in reply to: Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines #204553
    TheBalt
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    Is there a way to bring up an ‘in game’ keyboard for this game and all the terminals? Thats the only reason I havent tried a VR playthru of it yet, taking headset on/off for keyboard parts just seems like a hassle.

    in reply to: Dark Souls 3 #204532
    TheBalt
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    Also, in the Vorpx in game menu make sure to turn sharpness up, I usually do that with every game. 1440p + Vorpx max sharpness usually cleans up any image issues I have

    TheBalt
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    Scratch this, got it working, had DX12 set to ‘on’ by mistake. Works just fine after you disable that

    in reply to: Can vorpX desktop do 3D sbs #204390
    TheBalt
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    Worth saying that Big screen VR allows you to flick to 3d sbs. I’ve used it in the past to play Tomb raider.

    Another app worth looking in to for sbs gaming would be Helix, available on steam.

    Just to add – unlike most stuff, im not sure about Big Screen VR; but Vorpx Desktop viewer w/ Reshade still includes Headtracking, in the event you wanted headtracking still in a game that was SBS 3d

    Got Doom Eternal in 3d w/ Headtracking this way

    in reply to: Final Fantasy 7 PC (Help to get working!) #204389
    TheBalt
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    This is a total shot in the dark, but bare with me.

    I dont think this game has any ‘real’ 3d elements, might be wrong, but I suspect there isnt a single Vorpx profile to use to build off of this.

    That being said, there is potentially a trick you could do, that -might- get you what youre looking for.

    Reshade has a 3d option that does Side by Side 3d, which you can use Vorpx Desktop Viewer to view in 3d.

    So, get Reshade, then when youre ataching Reshade to the game, make sure to include “Depth3d by BlueSkyDefender”. Let it all install into the game.

    Once its installed, skip the tutorial or go thru it, doesnt matter. But press “Home” to activate the Reshade menu and select “SuperDepth3d_VR”, click the box for that and then, in the bottom right, click “performance mode”.

    Launch Vorpx Desktop Viewer. From there you will get an option in the “Image Settings” for Content Type and select “Side by Side”. Switch back to FF7. That – MAY – make the game 3d, I honestly do not know because I dont have a copy of it.

    Good luck.

    Just google “Reshade” to find the most recent download of it, its quite simple, pin it to your taskbar, then itll ask you to pick the game you want, pick FF7, itll ask you which graphical options you want, skip everything except for the “Depth3d by BlueSkyDefender”, itll handle the install on its own from there once you press OK.

    If you want more help, give me your steam name and I can chat with you on there about it

    in reply to: Can vorpX desktop do 3D sbs #204308
    TheBalt
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    As far as Ive ever used it – I could be wrong, but Vorpx doesnt ‘create’ a SBS image for you to use in Desktop mode. That being said, if the content is SBS (movie or a game with Reshade or Geforce 3d) you can select a setting in the Vorpx Menu while in Desktop Mode under “Image Settings”, go to “Stereo Type” and change to Side by Side.

    Again, the -content- has to already be in SBS mode on your monitor for it to create the 3d effect. Thats as far as I know, though. This could not be 100% accurate, but thats what I know about it. Sure someone else can expand on it further, but if youve already got content that is SBS that you want to use, that should make it 3d in the headset.

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