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Lensman1945

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    Flight Sims of course and RC model gliding.

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  1. +1 to that. Excellent lean alternative to Steam.
  2. One thing I get from all these VR threads is that it's the guys flying in VR who seem to be having the most fun....just saying.
  3. That's what I do, yes. I think you can also do it with a command line in Open Composite but I haven't tried it.
  4. I see you are using a Rift. You could run IL2 via Open Composite instead of Steam. You'll get a boost in performance too https://gitlab.com/znixian/OpenOVR/blob/master/README.md
  5. Yeah, 'fraid so. https://gitlab.com/znixian/OpenOVR/blob/master/README.md
  6. +1 to that. Great to get rid of the Steam clutter and it's weird VR settings. But you need a Rift of course
  7. Tapi, I haven't tried any hot keys for bringing up the HUD in OTT. I only use it when I'm experimenting with new settings or updates, so I just have a RIFT controller on my lap and break out to Oculus desktop and tweak OTT from there. You're only out of the game for a few seconds.
  8. Fair comment. I don't play on line, so I'll take your word on that and can imagine the extra overheads would have a big impact. I did just try the quicky over the Kuban port you mentioned. I upped the aircraft to 8 on 8 and the lowest the frame reported was 74. Tapi, I haven't tried any hot keys for bringing up the HUD in OTT. I only use it when I'm experimenting with new settings or updates, so I just have a RIFT controller on my lap and break out to Oculus desktop and tweak OTT from there. Pleased you are having fun and 'getting there'
  9. If you are going to try Open Composite there is no need to uninstall Steam VR. I installed Open Composite and put a shortcut to IL2 on the desktop. Then you don't need Steam running at all. Just boot Oculus, then OTT and start IL2 from the desktop shortcut.
  10. Well, that's what I'm getting...between 75 and 80fps flying a six on six quick mission dogfight. Reported by in game counter and Oculus HUD. Go figure...
  11. Ah, I think you may be right, but I don't use Steam for IL2, I prefer Open Composite. https://gitlab.com/znixian/OpenOVR/blob/master/README.md
  12. Yep, set at 1.6 in Oculus Tray Tool as a profile for IL2. I set ASW to off btw.
  13. Running a 1080ti with my Rift S. Good advice from Don above, don't use Steam, install open composite. I set all graphics to ULTRA and use a pixel density of 1.6. Stunning graphics and smooth projection mostly pegged at 80fps Dave
  14. Another example of why these through the lens videos are a laugh. In his previous video where he compares the Rifts/Index/Reverb, the text 'eye chart' test has the Rift S text being sharp and readable right to the smallest font size. In this latest video it's fuzzy and hardly readable.
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