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2 hours ago, pmb said:

Modifying colors under VR

Have you tried the Nvidia Filter (Alt-F3) while in-game? It doesn't give you RGB control but IIRC you can adjust tint and saturation.

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3 minutes ago, odourboy said:

Have you tried the Nvidia Filter (Alt-F3) while in-game? It doesn't give you RGB control but IIRC you can adjust tint and saturation.

Doesn't work in VR (or so I'm led to believe)

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the reason I was asking is: my HP Reverb G2 does not support foveated rendering, nor do I have problems with colors. so what is left in OpenXR toolkit for HP Reverb G2 users then? I was wondering if I could get at least any performance benefit from it vs. DLSS 3, but I have not experienced that myself or read from others about that.

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Just now, MarcG said:

Doesn't work in VR (or so I'm led to believe)

The guy who reviewed it on YouTube said specifically he used it in VR. However I can't confirm because I don't have my HMD yet.

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4 minutes ago, turbomax said:

the reason I was asking is: my HP Reverb G2 does not support foveated rendering, nor do I have problems with colors. therefore I was wondering if I could get at least any performance benefit from it, but I have not experienced that myself or read from others about that.

Loads of people with the G2 (myself included) have posted here there and everywhere about the benefits of OpenXR Toolkit, not just the performance improvements which help greatly, but the other options (the Sunglasses is a very cool feature for example).

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2 minutes ago, odourboy said:

The guy who reviewed it on YouTube said specifically he used it in VR. However I can't confirm because I don't have my HMD yet.

aahh ok maybe it changed in an update or something 👍


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Just now, MarcG said:

aahh ok maybe it changed in an update or something 👍

https://youtu.be/h1GZk9ZKLcI

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Yeah that’s not the bug I was talking about… I’ve only ever seen the single line


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2 hours ago, odourboy said:

Thanks. I tried it a couple of years ago (or so) and it didn't work. But NVIDIA has done quite some work on the filters, thus this might have changed. Will try it at a point.

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14 minutes ago, Hatch76 said:

Yeah that’s not the bug I was talking about… I’ve only ever seen the single line

Depending on the light/humidity conditions there are multiple "horizon lines" above the main obvious one as evidenced in this screenshot (taken in 2D not VR, you may need to zoom in), in VR they are more prominent:

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On 3/26/2023 at 12:18 AM, turbomax said:

the reason I was asking is: my HP Reverb G2 does not support foveated rendering, nor do I have problems with colors. so what is left in OpenXR toolkit for HP Reverb G2 users then? I was wondering if I could get at least any performance benefit from it vs. DLSS 3, but I have not experienced that myself or read from others about that.

I have the Reverb G2 and I can assure you the foveated rendering is supported and works.

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1 hour ago, nojwod said:

fi I could get at least any performance benefit from

"FR is only effective at improving performance when you are being limited by your GPU. FFR will not help if you are limited by your CPU."

https://mbucchia.github.io/OpenXR-Toolkit/fr.html

my i9900k CPU is running at 90% on main core.

GPU load 65%.

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very nice.

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