Background: Our firm has been using VR (HTC VivePro) for over a year now. We had projects that were acting fine in VR minus some flickering on metal surfaces. We bought the wireless adapter, of course, and could never get it to work right or look good enough for presentations.
Now: The headset has sat dormant for a while now, connected wirelessly. After updating drivers and anything else, the wireless setup seemed to be a little better, but not on par. So, we've reconnected with the wired setup. I don't know if my settings are way off or what, but I can't get the VR to produce something that is presentation worthy. I typically use standalone .exe's now, mainly because in VR mode through Revit, everything crashes. I have tried exporting at different resolutions along with a myriad of other things trying to get it right. When I activate the VR, the image quality just falls apart. I have included screenshots of the standalone alongside Steam VR settings and Task Manager to show what happens when the VR is initiated. Everything goes red in the graph in SteamVR settings and you can see the GPU get hammered (which I would expect) in the task manager. The model shown is a simple model. I have tested other models and even the Revit sample model, no difference. I tested the VR with games and other apps just to see, and everything has worked just fine. I just don't know if it's the Revit materials, Enscape settings, SteamVR settings or something else. I feel like if everyone was having this amount of trouble, nobody would be using it. Enscape is my go-to and I am always impressed with the development of the program, but I am at wits end with the VR side of it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks