Poor Quality VR

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  • Hi! :)


    Currently working through some trouble with the VR feature on Enscape using a Sketchup model. The headset we're using is the Meta Quest 2. I think I read somewhere that Enscape doesn't officially support this headset, but people were still able to make it work via Oculus Link. We've gotten as far as being able to walk around the site in VR, but the quality is very very poor. Grainy, fuzzy, and hard to look at. I don't want to make anybody sick while walking through a work site so I wanted to know if anybody had a fix to this? Been messing around with oculus specific settings, enscape settings, without success.

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    Are you using AirLink by any chance? If so, you absolutely NEED to have your computer connected to a Wifi6 capable router via LAN cable, otherwise the quality will always be horrible.

  • Same problem here, we have a pc with a RTX 3070 and the oculus conected via USB cable and the quality we see in the oculus its very poor, grainy and fuzzy, is there any problem or are these the maximum quality enscape can offer trogh oculus?

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    Same problem here, we have a pc with a RTX 3070 and the oculus conected via USB cable and the quality we see in the oculus its very poor, grainy and fuzzy, is there any problem or are these the maximum quality enscape can offer trogh oculus?

    Welcome to our Forum.


    Right away please ensure that DLSS is disabled in the Enscape General Settings -> Rendering tab. DLSS works great on a 2D monitor, but it does make the image blurry in most cases inside of VR. If that doesn't help, please also check your Oculus resolution setting - Should you then still be unsuccessful, can you confirm that this only occurs with Enscape?


    If so it would also be helpful to receive a few screenshots from your scene (taken with a smartphone from within the glasses usually works).

  • Same issue here. We cannot get the Quest 2 headsets to look as good as the old HTC Vive headsets. On paper the Quest 2 should be much better but in VR the quest 2 is very noisy and choppy.


    We are running airlink on a dedicated wifi6E router that have the VR machine connected directly to it. They are the only devices on the router. We have the issue with both the airlink and the cable link. The VR machine is an alienware laptop with a nvidia RTX3080 TI.


    We have tried it with DLSS off and in High render and it is still very noisy and studders when moving around. We have this issue on larger models and smaller models. We also have the issue on several Quest 2 headsets. Are Quest 2 headsets and enscape just not compatible? It seems like we are going backwards with the results in VR for the smaller headsets that are wireless and do not need base stations.