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Misc PP-filter for Oculus Rift CV1 1.2

PP-filter for Oculus Rift CV1

  1. Frank25

    Frank25

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    Frank25 submitted a new resource:

    PP-filter for Oculus Rift CV1 - PP-filter for Oculus Rift CV1

    Read more about this resource...
     
  2. Green-Promise

    Green-Promise

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    How much easier on the system is this filter compared to the regular one?
     
  3. Frank25

    Frank25

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    I think there should be no big difference as I only disabled "CHROMATIC_ABERRATION" and "VIGNETTING" and set "DIFFRACTION_RING=0" for "GODRAYS".
    It was not my aim to improve the performance, but you can check the framerate with the "OculusDebugTool".
     
  4. Frank25

    Frank25

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  5. Frank25

    Frank25

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  6. Rallye

    Rallye

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    Hey there,

    just wondering if it´ s possible to rename your file to default2.ini (for example) in order to keep both, the original filter and yours for better comparison...?

    thanks for your work!!

    Edit: no need to keep the original ;)...this one´ s great!! looks really awesome
     
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2017