What's this world called?
Edit: Found it.
Beat The Dummy It says it's broken but it worked fine for me.
Allow me to introduce you to one of my favorite tools for Windows.
This download is 100% safe, but you can google it if you're unsure. Here's the Wikipedia page for it.
This program will create a visual, interactive representation of the contents of your hard drive. To put it simply, the larger the squares, the larger the corresponding file is. You can move your mouse over the square to read what the file itself is, and you can even right click on the square and open the file in Explorer to delete it/double-check it.
Give it a go, let me know if you have any questions. This should give you a great idea of what's taking up the most space in your drive.
What you've encountered is an user with an illegal modded VRChat client. These people are able to get your IP address by exploiting the game's holes in security. What they then do is use a botnet they have rented to launch a DDoS attack on your IP address. This is not malware, it's just sending a lot of junk data to slow down your internet connection to a halt.
Most script kiddies aren't dedicated enough to DDoS you for more than 15 minutes, though it's still a good idea to change your IP address after the attack so they lose their target or use a VPN like NordVPN to shield your IP from DDoS attacks.
DDoS attacks like these have existed since the dawn of online video games and VRChat is no exception to that, it's just easier to grab an IP address in VRChat than it is from a bigger game like, say, Overwatch.
the youtube-dl.exe got updated, there's an instruction on how to update it in some dance world. IDK if it's that.
I mindlessly followed it and videos for that room started playing
Its likely you have this issue:
Check your vrchat logs to see if those errors come up, and if so follow the steps as instructed in the link above.
Long story short a lot of those worlds host videos on their own servers and use let's encrypt certificates. Starting 30th september 2021 one of the root certificate authority certs used by lets encrypt expired, and for some users, their windows installation has the outdated certificates and needs to be updated manually, as youtube-dl uses the windows certificate store for validating ssl certs.
Well a game is always going to be more resource intensive in VR no matter what. It's kind of concerning that you say you get over 60 easily, cause you should actually be getting a solid 90 fps in desktop mode with those PC specs. I would say, make sure you aren't using your onboard intel GPU for anything, especially make sure you plugged the rift's HDMI into your nvidia and not the onboard one, and also consider getting HWMonitor and keep track of your CPU and GPU temperatures (it has a section to see max temps for each). If you're getting close to 90c then your CPU will throttle and run much slower. I mention this cause this was one of my friend's issues that couldn't run VR, she bought a new CPU cooler and fixed all her issues.
I don't reccommend any free VPN. They're either unsafe or use scummy tactics to draw money from you like slowing your internet, limiting the amount of data you can use, logging your activity, spamming ads and being unable to bypass blockages from the likes of Netflix and Twitch.
Quote from the article:
>As the VPN market grows to meet this demand, there are now 1,000s of free VPNs promising to keep you safe and secure online, at no extra cost.
>This sounds like a great deal, almost too good to be true. It usually is. VPNs are expensive and complicated software that require a great deal of investment to maintain. They also need to keep up with the ever-changing world of internet privacy.
>Free VPN providers need to cover costs and turn a profit. Instead, they generate revenue from their customers using hidden tools and tricks. These tactics are not only dangerous and dishonest, but completely betray the principles of VPNs.
Also VPNs are not expensive, but the prices you see per month apply for one time payments. NordVPN for example offers $2.99/mo for a 3 year subscription, that however means you pay a one time fee of $107.64 and will only have to pay that again in 3 years if you wish to continue having the VPN. There's a 1 month subscription that charges $11.95/mo. In the long run it's less cost effective than the longer subscriptions but affordable if you just want to check it out for a couple months before you make a decision.
Do you have multiple monitors? Because there's a bug with Unity 2019 where if you have multiples monitors with different scalings it'll cause a crash.
For example, if you have one monitor set to 100% scaling, and the other set to 125% you'll crash. If you don't want to change your monitor scaling there's this workaround posted on the VRChat canny / feedback forums.
Hotel on the Beach
As featured in this iconic Reddit post: https://www.reddit.com/r/VRchat/comments/dedqaq/media_i_rode_a_giant_slide_all_the_way_from_orbit/
Avatar Name: "This shouldnt exist"
Description: "What decisions and events led to this monstrosity we may never know․․․"
> why do you need an VPN with vrchat?
I've got some pretty hardcore stalkers but that's a whole different topic. I know a VPN probably doesn't totally protect me, but it makes me feel a bit safer.
> I don’t think they ban VPNs(and why would they)
ExpressVPN stopped working just for VRchat, I don't know what to tell you.
> I just use “tunnel bear”(VPN) for most things.
Most likely i'm going to have to switch VPN providers, thanks for the tip :)
The flaws are it's on a cable and that can trip people up. That's not a metaphor: It can actually trip you. That's really about it.
If your wireless virtual desktop solution is set up in a perfect scenario, you'll have less latency than the Cable Route. But A) The Cable Route doesn't have much latency to begin with so outside of maybe some thing like Beat Saber it truly doesn't matter, and B) If you live in something like an apartment building or a dense neighbourhood, the perfect scenario just ain't happening.
You want the easiest route?
Grab your Quest 2. Grab this cable or something equivalent in the appropriate length, and install the Oculus program on your computer. Boot up the program, plug in the cable, and you're literally done.
It is possible for people to pull someone's IP address through hacked clients and what not through VR chat, but all that they can really grab is the general location of someone (i.e. city they live in). That is all that they see on their end. There is no personal data that can be found. If you are truly worried about it look into a paid VPN service to that will hide your IP address like Tunnelbear or NordVPN (if you don't know, it basically substitutes your IP address for another so it appears your playing in a different area). It is just another scare tactic used by trolls in game. You and your friends should be completely fine.
Honestly you can just save yourself the $300 and buy These off of amazon and hang them up. Ever since I got them no more tangled cables and I have almost all the freedom from having it wireless. There retractable so the cable is always above you.
This is how I currently have them set up in my room Link
it's very close but make sure you check https://support.oculus.com/444256562873335/?locale=en_US to make sure you hit those requirements also here is a link for the cord i personally use https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B089F7WZ2T/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 it's been working great and it's 20 bucks instead of 80 for when you do purchase
If you have Windows 10 you can use this one: Speak+ on the Microsoft Store. I like it because you can just press enter to say the message and you can also save messages. Then use Voicemeeter to route the audio to your microphone.
1: you have to change your unity build version to the android version and you can upload a private instance of it to vrchat website.
2: log into your vrchat account on https://www.vrchat.com/
3: click on worlds, you will see all your uploaded worlds under "my worlds" expand on that.
4: launch a new instance of the world and click "invite me" on the page.
5: now using your quest, while in vrchat, you should receive a invite to your own private world from yourself.
This worlds really well on a mobile smart phone. I can invite myself to worlds using this technique.
There is a very similiar one in https://www.vrchat.com/home/launch?worldId=wrld_94a4cd86-089b-4fdc-8004-24ba2a655f02 Press Avatar 2 and it should be in the middle.
Mute chat has been great for me; people will usually walk up to you and start writing or emoting to get your attention. I think the kind of people that use that world have the same struggle as you.
If you Block (or Unmute) an user in Social menu, you see him on top of Blocks & Mutes page in VRChat Web site (require login).
See: https://twitter.com/esperecyan/status/1178884161739714562 (Japnese but containing how-to image)
Yes its called Earland (https://www.vrchat.com/home/world/wrld_72aa12c4-8363-4b2d-a238-0d07e421ac44) note that update it throughout the day
So far I would say 100+ hours in 5-6 days, some nights I only get a few hours of sleep.
I may release a video on how some parts were done on my youtube channel
I would recommend using different locations on Proton and check it by going to . If the page loads, then your good to go. If you get access denied, then the node is blocked.
I use ProtonVPN and found that the Chicago and Atlanta servers are blocked. They use datacenters for their nodes (all VPNs usually do) and it could be unfortunately someone using Proton or another VPN, or a server in that datacenter tried DDoSing VRChat's servers and thus got the IP range for that datacenter blocked. Proton will have to have to assign a new IP range for the servers in that datacenter before it gets unblocked.
This is unfortunately not uncommon with VPNs as there's always some jerks out there who abuse them and get the ranges blocked, ruining things for everyone.
Recently somebody reported a similar issue with ExpressVPN on the official VRChat discord server. A bunch of troubleshooting steps were tried, but in the end all it took was them updating ExpressVPN.
Additionally in the past users reported problems with ExpressVPN's LightWay protocol and logging into VRChat, I would suggest manually switching it to something like OpenVPN (UDP) and trying again.
This is the best rechargeable battery on the market from my research. Been using it for 3 months and probably one of the best purchases I've made.
Which part are you interested in? Here's some links to some good getting started stuff.
Uploading a model
Starting from nothing and creating something (this takes months of actual effort, and you're best off reading a book)
Drawing tablets can be quite inexpensive if price is your primary concern. Just do your research before deciding on a purchase. I used non-screen tablets for awhile and they work fine even professionally for some people.
Of course... I ended up upgrading to a screened tablet after several years of use.
As for being a klutz, Haha. Never give up and learn from others whenever you can. You'll get better if you work at it.
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Literally any USB-C <-> USB-A 3.0 Cable will work. You might even have one around your house already that will do the trick.
Here is the one I use It's $20 and works fine for my Quest 2, but Facebook says on their own website it should work for the Quest 1 as well.
Any sort of power source using a Micro USB will work to charge them.
You do NOT have to unscrew the trackers off every time.
I got a USB hub that I have 3 very short USB-A to Micro USB cables plugged into.
Some people leave their trackers and battery bank plugged in at all times while they're in VR. While it's the easiest option and you simply do NOT have to worry about your batteries? You also don't want to keep the tracker battery always 100% ALL the time. As with any lithium ion battery, doing so will slowly kill it's capacity and charges won't last as long further down the road. Healthier for batteries lifespan if you are constantly letting it drain and charge fully.
(Same reason you shouldn't leave your phone plugged in at 100% all night long)
The purpose of a VPN is to keep your IP hidden by being connected to the internet via the VPN's servers which all have different IPs on their own. If you connect to a service, it'll see the VPN's IP instead of yours.
Most paid VPNs should have DDoS protection included, so if someone tries to DDoS you they will actually attack the server which has countermeasures installed to mitigate the attack instead of your router which under such load would get forced to restart. Worst case scenario you lose connection to the server from it being overloaded and get connected to a different one with a new IP (attack at you can't continue if you're under a different IP which is why if you're not using a VPN you're told to unplug your router for a few minutes so it assigns a new IP). I use NordVPN if anyone's curious.
I had the same issue. You can fix it by:
-installing a VPN (there are plenty of free and safe ones available. I use
-booting it up and setting it to any location (it doesn't matter where)
-booting up VRChat (you'll have to log in again because the game doesn't recognise this new IP address, and you might get a verification email too)
-exiting VRChat once you've successfully loaded into your homeworld
-turning off your VPN
-re-entering VRChat. Download speeds should be back to normal by now. You might have to repeat this procedure every couple of months, so keep the VPN handy.
Hope this helps!
Would running one of these help? Since it's cheap, and it also saves space and drilling holes through the wall.
Fellow Quest 2 VR Sleeper here, I'll lay some tips here (no pun intended)
Keep the Quest 2 charging while sleeping, I know it's not recommended to play while having it plugged in, but so far I've had absolutely no issues and it's been more than a year. In this case, I suggest buying a longer charging cable since the one that comes with the Quest is way too short for comfort. This is the one I use (and it's cheap!): https://www.amazon.com/CLEEFUN-Charge-Charging-Charger-Braided/dp/B097DCC1TL/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2YQOJGLP1TR1V&keywords=CLEEFUN%2BUSB%2BC%2Bto%2BUSB%2BC%2BCable%2B5M&qid=1669533605&sprefix=cleefun%2Busb%2Bc%2Bto%2Busb%2Bc%2Bcable%2B5m%2Caps%2C145&sr=8-1&th=1
This is of course if you absolutely cannot afford to get a battery pack, which is the most recommended option for this.
It does take some getting used to, but try your best to find your more comfortable position that doesn't make the headset feel to warm or pressing against your nose. I've found that laying on my back has been the best for me, though I know some people who can still sleep sideways without trouble breathing.
Make sure to turn down the brightness or sleep in a darker world the headset is pretty dang bright and makes it harder to relax when you can see it through your closed eyes.
Also, common knowledge but I'll mention anyway; unless you don't wake up easily, do not sleep in public worlds!! Stay in invite or friends worlds and make sure you do it around people who you know won't wake you up!
Good luck and hope it relaxes you!
Assuming you are talking in terms of USD.
Please correct me if I am wrong! For your budget the Quest 2 is really your only option for a decent quality headset. Of course there is the HP Reverb G2, but it has overall less/worse reviews. I have no experience with it though.
It's USB-C to USB-A, not C to C, but I use This exact cable and get the same results. 2 to 2.5 Standalone, 6 to 8 wired Link.
This cable was advertised as a tested alternative on the Quest 2 website itself at one point.
I've been thinking about getting some nice astroturf like this and have it just cover my pc desk. cut out a little area
for my keyboard and mousepad.
Trackstrap+ adapters are a known weak point. From what I know it's usually the adapter that breaks and not the USB port on the tracker fortunately. You can buy short USB C cables like these https://www.amazon.de/-/en/CableCreation-Charging-Braided-Galaxy-Huawei/dp/B01CZVEUIE
Maybe if you lower the resolution and frame rate of your quest in the oculus pc app under devices, your cable will be able to keep up for a smooth game.
I didnt have any long usb 3.0 cables so I bought this one for $15.
So okay, it will run it , but you need 32 gigs of ram. I have seen playable desktop performance on GTX 1070 so the graphics are not the issue. In full rooms I have seen nearly 30 gigs of system ram+ used
On my Asus laptop I am running a 5800H with a 3060 and 32gigs of ram on Windows 11 and the performance on quest2 is really quite playable and nice . BUT
Spend 20.00 on a fanplate for it unless you like it to sound like a vacuum cleaner . this is the one I bought. https://www.amazon.com/ICE-COOREL-Laptop-Cooling-Adjustable/dp/B098PZ6X3Z/ref=sr_1_18?crid=1GQAIJI74HDJW&keywords=laptop+cooling+pad&qid=1660060176&sprefix=laptop%2Caps%2C82&sr=8-18
one other thing i did if you're getting a lot of drifting is i got these guys and put them on all of the wires, at both ends, of anything that has anything to do with tacking. made a difference.
Unless you are good with sewing then it won't be easy to fix. I use these, they have plastic plates inside the strap so the screw doesn't come out.
I actually had a big issue with a single background application quite noticeably affecting the performance in a rhythm game I play, and task manager wasn't showing it using the CPU at all. Frame times would jump from a usual 0.5 ms to around 4 ms and I had no idea why for about a week.
Another app called "process explorer" allowed me to see per core utilization and the process which was causing the most utilization on that core, I found the culprit to be a NordVPN background service, closing it instantly returned the frame times in this rhythm game back to the usual 0.5 ms
Also using the powered Anker USB hub for the 3.0 receivers:
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Absolutely love this thing, feels amazing and looks great
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I absolutely love this thing too
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I had that problem when using the Canada servers on my NordVPN vpn. If I change to a US server, it gets in ok. The other way I could test it was by going to the vrchat webpage in a normal browser from the same network. If the page errors out… that means your ISP is on the blacklist for vrchat.
I got this one about 2 weeks ago. Works good so far.
I've used a 3m Anker cable + cable creation extension cable for ~1 year before that. The extension cable broke, but the Anker cable still works just fine. The only thing I really disliked about the Anker cable, and what made me decide going for something different this time, was the lack of an angled connection piece.
It's entirely possible! I didn't particularly know what to look for, besides paying a lot less for a single cable.
I found the exact cable I bought, let me know what you think:
Look at this one too. Its almost the exact same laptop, except its not used, has double the storage, and costs 150$ more
This is a good deal for exactly 1500$
If you haven't already bought it, I wouldn't get my hopes up for NordVPN... I have Nord and VRChat wasn't working through it. I ended up having to add an exception for VRChat to NOT use NordVPN in order for it to work.
This KRX link cable. (16ft - silver black version) has been fantastic. It's thick cloth coating won't kink easily and it is very low friction making it easy to slide on any surface.
The right angle connector is low profile. Very important with any cable; Make sure to use a Velcro strap to attach the cable to the headstrap arm so the cable won't pull or twist at the USB C connector on the headset.
Hi 😄👋🏻 I’m a FBT user. I started out with this laptop, and it worked extremely well!! I used a quest 2 and vive trackers so if you have any questions at all feel free to DM me.
Heya :) if you’re open to a gaming laptop, i 100% recommended this one.
It served me very well and i was able to take my set up with me anywhere i went.
Quick update: The TrackStrap XL from Rebuff Reality works great for knees/thighs but are too large for elbows/arms. Still looking for something for that.
And you know that’s the main reason how? I use a VPN when on VRChat and it has nothing to do with privacy or ban evasion. I use NordVPN because I got a great deal and it’s not useless it solves a problem I have and I know it works.
NordVPN works for me, here’s my settings:
I have split tunneling turned on (enabled for VRChat only)
cybersec is off
kill switch off
custom dns off
obfuscated servers off
invisibility on LAN off
Hopefully one of these settings helps you.
Try a different VPN server. I use NordVPN too, but I have to log in everytime I start the game.
"WhY dO yOu NeEd VpN?" - most of us VPN users value privacy and don't want their ISP to see things we do on the internet. And we can watch ALL Netflix content, even things restricted for certain countries... it has many uses ;)
I agree, I'm at a private Highschool and they restrict the internet for two hours every day as "study hours" and using a VPN usually bypasses that, and now I can't do that anymore. :/ ( I used ProtonVPN)
Just get a kiwi cable that goes from usbc to USBA. Just make sure ur laptop has a USB 3.0 port on it. here is the link
If you want to do PCVR by cable, use a USB C to C cable like this one.
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This is recommended by Oculus: Inateck PCI-e to USB 3.0 (4 Ports) PCI Express Card and 15-Pin Power Connector, Red (KT4001)
Start fresh. Also it doesnt hurt to try this and see where your pc is at. https://www.userbenchmark.com/Software Its a free download that basically tests all the components of your pc and gives everything a score. Only takes a minute
Bit of an odd question here, I've been trying to get a basic Rexouium avatar set up and uploaded, and i've got everything set up properly as far as i can tell, but for some odd reason when I upload it as a test to vrchat the model becomes 20 stories tall and thin as flat stanley.
In unity everything functions perfectly, I have no idea what the issue could be
Just download the game and see. There are plenty of minigames, and what not, and many better stuff to come since they just released a flexible system allowing people to make things much more optimized. Everything to "make a character" is if you can load it into blender you can port it into the game, or any other 3d modeling software. Here's a tutorial of the process with a preexisting model. Keep in mind you need around 20-30 hours of play time to upload.
I could believe them finding your email address from the api and then looking up that from any "public" password list. Basically where you used that password before for that same email and it was breached with bad security. (bad hashing, like the mangafox breach where they were using MD5 hashes to store passwords. A single MD5 hashed password can be crunched on GPUs in a matter of days).
You can check your email address here to see if it has anything from know lists:
It should be impossible to get your password from the API because the server doesn't actually know your password so it can't tell you it. If it did, we would all freak out at the VRC devs.
Hey I'm not the same person, but i have 2 of this power bank and its really good for me. I generally run through one every 10-14 hours, and if i wanted to, i would likely be able to be in vr 24 hours straight by cycling power banks, and perhaps even go indefinitely, though I've yet to test it.
On the flip side, it used micro usb to charge, and we all know microusb is horrifically unreliable and prone to cord breaking. it is also actually heavier than my quest which can make it uncomfortable, and yes it gets in the way of lying down.
Personally i love it though. And overall i def recommend anker both on a personal level and because they have MANY very good reviews both by big names (Linus tech tips) and customer reviews on Amazon
One other thing to note: i is airlink, but if you run vrc or other apps from within the quest i imagine battery life will be shorter since airlink is more like streaming than gaming. I have not properly tested this either, so don't take it as fact.
I'm currently using this rebranded ravpower power bank. Its 20k mah with power delivery and pass through charging so you only have to charge the power bank. Its currently $20
Honestly in my personal opinion, the best way to play with the Quest 2 is to use it wirelessly with Virtual Desktop to a PC, if the PC has a built in WiFi card with 5GHz capability then you can setup a hotspot on your PC and connect the headset to the PC's hotspot, which will give it a straightthrough connection to the PC without going to the router then to the PC. And having an external battery pack is almost essential for the Quest because of how fast it drains, the one I would recommend is the BOBOVR M2 Pro which is a halo style strap with a magnetic detachable battery. Even if you aren't using it on a PC, the headstrap is almost a must if you don't like the elite strap/you dont trust it's sturdiness (which is why I went with this strap) it also counts as a counterbalance for the headset's weight. Sorry this is so long I just wanted to put my thoughts in, hope you like the headset though! 😊
BOBOVR M2 Pro link: https://www.amazon.com/BOBOVR-M2-Pro-Lightweight-Replaceable/dp/B09JNR4Y15
Never be afraid to share constructive criticism, it helps a lot more than a few purely negative comments I’ve gotten lol. I definitely did notice that during recording but I use a Antlion ModMic at the moment and not sure how I’d lower the pop with my P’s and T’s with it since I already have to use Voicemeter Banana to increase the volume of it. I will see if I can look into it though. Tysm again for the advice!
I have NordVPN. I tried to use my VPN last night, but had issues running VR Chat. I found this helpful, and plan to try this tonight.
What you've linked are straps for holding Vive trackers to your body. You'll still need at least 3 trackers, and if you don't have a SteamVR tracked headset already (you don't have SteamVR lighthouses / base stations; don't have a Valve Index, Vive Pro, etc.), you will also need 2 base stations.
You can also consider the updated Vive Tracker 3.0 and SteamVR 2.0 basestations instead.
Apparently this is a workaround, but I haven't tested it myself - https://github.com/ValveSoftware/Proton/issues/1199#issuecomment-730962199
Supposedly there is a fix upstream that should make it to proton some time https://github.com/ValveSoftware/Proton/issues/1199#issuecomment-739027171
>(cant use blender (i dont think) because the pc im using runs win 7)
Honestly just update your pc. Win7 is a dead platform.
The best place to look for overwatch avatars are on deviantart.
You’ll have to learn how to use blender/unity if you want to use them in game. But if you never made an avatar yet, I could do one for you ^^ I did hanzo the other day
You could try to invert the faces of the sphere, so the material is shown on the inside of the sphere.
Or, if you're tech savy, you could try to edit the speed of the shader! (If you're lucky it's just a single value you'd need to adjust.)
(I personally recommend using the first method as it's the easiest one and features a shader that is potentially better optimized)
If you want to put something on your characters face then you could do it non-destructively by adding a plane (or a custom mesh that follows the curvature of the face) and then adding your texture on top. The advantage is that you don't have to edit the original face texture and you can easily move it around or change the texture if you change your mind.
If you're set on the idea of removing the texture mirroring, that would require editing the UV maps of the mesh, which means you're going to have to learn to use some 3D software (if you don't already know how).
Blender is a free modelling/rigging/everything package (and is widely recommended by literally everyone on this sub, myself included). It has quite a steep learning curve but is very powerful when you get to grips with it. YouTube tutorials are your friend. Also, feel free to drop me a PM or something if you need any more help.
Unreal also uses single-precision floats. As does Source, CryEngine, and most other engines.
Games that need doubles have so far only been done using custom engines. Minecraft, Space Engineers, and Arma 3 both have custom engines which use double-precision floats.
As someone who also wants to make space games, I've been using Godot recently. They currently only support single-precision, but they're going to be adding double-precision as an option in the near-ish future (2021?). If you want to see this feature added to Godot, thumbs up this issue.
ERP is a red flag. With that mindset you're good to navigate the online dating world. Also Tinder, Eharmanoy, and Match.com might be a better return on time investment.
Unless you're a man, then you're fucked and better off just chilling and doing your own thing rather than going out of your way looking for a relationship. Make it not the focus of your life and instead let one come naturally as your life evolves and you grow.
Thanks for the data point. Is your GPU good?
The router I got was a (refurb) Archer AX21. My first test with it didn't go well and I haven't touched it for over a month, heh. It's dual-band, though, and had some recs in VR subs.
Sorry for jumping onto such an old post, but I'm currently researching which headset is best (and most affordable), and most 2021 articles list this as the best value for the price. One problem. On all of the articles I've checked, once I actually pull up the item in Amazon AU, its easily 3x the price of what they quote in the article (and currently more expensive on Amazon AU than the 'most expensive' on that initial article)
Any windows mixed reality headset should do the job! I’d recommend researching a bit to decide between the different designs, which one you get is up to you as they are very similar spec-wise
Edit: get them on amazon as they are half the price there!
Can you provide a little more context? What tutorial were you following?
> I get python 2.6 I get windows 2010 package
that seems like an odd combination of software. Are you talking about what I think you're talking? As in youtube-dl, https://youtube-dl.org, the python tool that lets you download videos from a bunch of websites?
Like PNGs? I've used those with no discernable loss in quality for my POV.
However, it uses <code>pngquant</code> for lossy PNG compression, so I could see it happening. Probably not to a point where you'd notice in the end-result avatar unless you had heavy use of big gradients, maybe?
I have the same issue with OBS and recording VR games. The second I start it the game becomes unusable.
I use geforce experience which works fantastic, cannot even tell there is a recording running.
Voicemod is safe, yes. However it locks a lot of features behind payment, if you're just using the free version only a small amount of voice presets are available (which change every now and then, so the chances of using the same voice two days in a row are slim) and you can't make custom voices.
Personally, I recommend Clownfish - fully free (though it does have a donation if you have money to throw away), a pretty good voice selection, as well as a layer system for mixing voices, a vocoder with various settings, and four reverb filters (for Cave, Church, Choir or Ghostly effects). It also supports VST plugins - not *exactly* custom voices, but it's closer than you get with Voicemod Free...
Most chromebooks are either ARM (completely impossible) or low-power Intel chips (possible with hours of tinkering but the thing will overheat and run the game at 10fps in an empty map) your best bet is to pay a subscription for something like https://shadow.tech which will give you a full gaming PC in the cloud, kinda like Stadia but not trash. and then you can play VRChat on that. and any game for that matter.
alternatively, grab an optiplex with an i5 and a lowprofile gtx 1050 on ebay. put them together and enjoy a capable gaming rig for about the price of a chromebook.
I know this is going to get downvoted cause Reddit seems to throw hissy fits whenever someone criticises their favourite company, but steam is just as bad as Oculus (not worse, but still pretty bad) when it comes to collecting data.
According to tosdr, they have quite similar ToS to Oculus. They collect data, give it to third parties, and if they risk bankrupcy, they'll sell your personal data to a third party. Steam also uses fingerprint and beacon tracking, which is a tracking method designed to track users without using cookies.
You can't pick and choose which company you like and hate based on the same gripe just because you personally like their headsets and hate the alternatives simply because they're the alternatives, that's so fucking childish. That's what people used to do in primary school!
Get a grip.
Check your own internet connection first. Are you using WiFi? WiFi tends to be unstable and lead to connection issues unless it's high quality (5ghz, good antennae, boosted relays etc.) compared to ethernet.
Try a tracert prompt via CMD, try testing it to google's IP 220.127.116.11 by typing in "tracert 18.104.22.168" and see if there's any point where it cuts off. I just want you to isolate the issue first, see if it's potentially caused by your own internet.
Do a speedtest and show us your results. We need more info if you want us to help you out.
That is all i can think.
There's a Udon based Quest version of the ArchVizPro house here:
On original Quest, expect closer to 48fps. Quest 2 should likely get better performance.
There is a very similar one in https://www.vrchat.com/home/launch?worldId=wrld_94a4cd86-089b-4fdc-8004-24ba2a655f02 Press Avatar 2 and it should be in the middle.
Not a restaurant... but I think it will contain what you need.
Made by who? There's a lot of never have I ever worlds.
There is one that went private recently such as this one. https://www.vrchat.com/home/world/wrld_6e77e43e-3fdd-447f-9c49-f13351febc0a
well, you can go to the Japanese version of drinking night: Poppy Street, ive seem quite a lot of japanese people there.
alternativly you can visit Japan Shrine, sometimes you can find some japanese people over there too
if you want more, you can look for the "japan" tag in the worlds menu. Just enter japan in the worlds menu and switch from name to tag
Show your math teacher this world.
And I bet he will be grinning from ear to ear and really considers to do it.
I have this world already uploaded if u wanna check it out: https://www.vrchat.com/home/launch?worldId=wrld_a4d5c374-6632-4b60-acf0-4451a8a9a930