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UE 4.22 performance on Go / Quest ?

motorsepmotorsep Posts: 1,354 Oculus Start Member
What's the consensus about UE 4.22 performance on Go / Quest ?

When I tried one of the later previews, performance was horrible with ES2 and ES3.1. Since there is no 4.22 release with current Oculus integrations on Oculus github, I assume the reason for it is not that Oculus is busy prepping for Rift S / Quest launch, but because 4.22 performs worse than 4.21.x.

Please enlighten me :)

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  • motorsepmotorsep Posts: 1,354 Oculus Start Member
    @NinjaGaijin Any chance to get (semi)official response ? :blush:

  • aussieburgerVRaussieburgerVR Posts: 196 Oculus Start Member
    motorsep said:
    What's the consensus about UE 4.22 performance on Go / Quest ?

    When I tried one of the later previews, performance was horrible with ES2 and ES3.1. Since there is no 4.22 release with current Oculus integrations on Oculus github, I assume the reason for it is not that Oculus is busy prepping for Rift S / Quest launch, but because 4.22 performs worse than 4.21.x.

    Please enlighten me :)
    As I posted already 4.22 has terrible performance on the Go. I'm guessing the same for Quest? I'm really hoping Oculus can fix this (or push Epic to fix it via a hotfix if their side) as there are lots of nice new 4.22 features I was hoping to use :)

    I've only briefly tested on the Rift and it seemed ok there but my project is more mobile performance so probably wouldn't notice a drop in performance anyway.

  • motorsepmotorsep Posts: 1,354 Oculus Start Member
    edited April 16
    As I posted already 4.22 has terrible performance on the Go. I'm guessing the same for Quest? I'm really hoping Oculus can fix this (or push Epic to fix it via a hotfix if their side) as there are lots of nice new 4.22 features I was hoping to use :)

    I've only briefly tested on the Rift and it seemed ok there but my project is more mobile performance so probably wouldn't notice a drop in performance anyway.

    https://developer.oculus.com/blog/understanding-gameplay-latency-for-oculus-quest-oculus-go-and-gear-vr/ check the "UE4 and RHIThread" part as it relates to 4.22

    You can skip new rendering pipeline. Quoting from the discord:

    r.rhicmdbypass
    requires: r.rhithread.enable

    I haven't tried it though.

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