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Rift S and Rift Build 13.0 Release Notes

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  • TomCgcmfcTomCgcmfc Posts: 2,122 Valuable Player
    Ya, I doubt that this will make any difference since when you asked about this yesterday I actually had to install Oculus Video since I have not really ever used this much in the past and probably uninstalled it a couple of years ago.

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  • RuneSR2RuneSR2 Posts: 5,281 Valuable Player
    edited February 23
    And I just read your post now, after just uninstalling and then reinstalling Oculus Video - and guess what, I still have no sound in Vimeo videos.

    Might be better to make a post on Reddit, not sure any from Oculus monitors this thread.

    Need my short movies when taking breaks from Saints & Sinners, lol. 

    Also hard doing my work by promoting these awesome short films when the app has been crippled ;)

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  • jcbtochejcbtoche Posts: 9
    Brain Burst

    ShowbizDonkey said:
    Oculus Mirror
      • You can also save and load Oculus Mirror settings within the File menu...
    Hi! My Oculus Mirror settings are never saved :( I tested "Left eye", "right eye", "both eyes"... But now, if I switch from Right Eye to Left Eye and then save my settings... Next time it will be back on "Right eye". Does it work for you?
  • suppenhuhnsuppenhuhn Posts: 33
    Brain Burst
    Got it finally running with V14 installed and rename Oculus Audiocomponents to Headphones & Microphone.
    Today it installed a update again and viola: the usb-cable is not accepted anymore. WTF ?!?
    greetings from bavaria
  • morphee7morphee7 Posts: 112
    Art3mis
    edited February 23
    jcbtoche said:

    ShowbizDonkey said:
    Oculus Mirror
      • You can also save and load Oculus Mirror settings within the File menu...
    Hi! My Oculus Mirror settings are never saved :( I tested "Left eye", "right eye", "both eyes"... But now, if I switch from Right Eye to Left Eye and then save my settings... Next time it will be back on "Right eye". Does it work for you?
    when you load up the mirror click file/load settings and it will load the last saved setting.
    i have had to stop using the mirror because it takes over 30% headroom on the performance monitor weather i use 40fps or 80 this is on the rift s btw

  • jcbtochejcbtoche Posts: 9
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    @morphee7 Thanks! Indeed, Oculus Mirror use default settings and I need to launch manually my settings everytime. 
    Thanks also for the performance... I didn't notice some bad performances when streaming but I'll check! (iRacing, OBS, 9900KS w/ GTX 1080)
  • SergeMeister1234SergeMeister1234 Posts: 39
    Brain Burst
    morphee7 said:
    jcbtoche said:

    ShowbizDonkey said:
    Oculus Mirror
    • You can also save and load Oculus Mirror settings within the File menu...
    Hi! My Oculus Mirror settings are never saved :( I tested "Left eye", "right eye", "both eyes"... But now, if I switch from Right Eye to Left Eye and then save my settings... Next time it will be back on "Right eye". Does it work for you?
    when you load up the mirror click file/load settings and it will load the last saved setting.
    i have had to stop using the mirror because it takes over 30% headroom on the performance monitor weather i use 40fps or 80 this is on the rift s btw


    Where is the option to stop the mirror? 
    I have disabled it in ACC but not sure in Oculus
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  • morphee7morphee7 Posts: 112
    Art3mis
    edited February 24

    Where is the option to stop the mirror? 
    I have disabled it in ACC but not sure in Oculus

    the mirror does not start unless you you open it in local disc/programfiles/oculus/support/oculus-diagnostics/oculusmirror but it effects my 1080ti alot but if you want to check your performance while using the rift/rift s use this and it will give you a panel that shoes you and thats in the same place as the mirror
    local disc/programfiles/oculus/support/oculus-diagnostics/oculusmirror

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