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'OVRLipSync' failed to load

Hi guys,
I'm very new at this but I just wanted to check out the Oculus lip sync project. I followed the instructions here:
https://developer.oculus.com/documentation/audiosdk/latest/concepts/book-audio-ovrlipsync-unreal/
I put the OVRLipSync folder with the OVRLipSync.uplugin in it into this folder:
C:\Program Files\Epic Games\UE_4.22\Engine\Plugins
I'm running UE 4.22, but also tried it in 4.21.
When I try to run the editor I get this error:

Sorry if I'm missing something obvious, but I'd really like to see this in action. Any idea where I screwed up?
Thanks!

Comments

  • andy.van.dalsemandy.van.dalsem Posts: 3
    NerveGear
    I downloaded the latest version 1.36.0 published 3 days ago and tried again. I'm still getting the same error in Unreal 4.22.0

    I followed the instructions and put the OVRLipSync folder in to UE_4.22>Engine>Plugins: 


    Trying to launch Unreal throws this error and then crashes:


    Is there anyone from Oculus on the forum? Has anyone else managed to get this to work? It's been 15 days since my original post and I'd really like to try this out. 
  • johnfluxjohnflux Posts: 1
    NerveGear
    edited December 2019
    Do you have Visual Studio 2019 Installed?
    (The community edition is free, but you need to make an account).

    If yes:

    Run visual studio 2019, and make sure that it actually runs without giving errors like it saying that it's expired (just create an account if it does).  Then create a new project in Visual Studio and search for 'Unreal Engine'.  If it doesn't exist, it will show a link to install more options.  Click that.  This should bring up the 'Visual Studio Installer'.  Continue with the instructions below:

    If no, download and run the installer, and then:

    In the Visual Studio Installer window, under the 'Workloads' tab, choose 'Game Development with C++'  and on the right under 'optional' choose 'Unreal Engine Installer'.


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