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    [OCULUS] Support for Rift S with Oculus 1.37 integration in main source release

    It seems the DK2 will work with the source build of the engine (4.22.2) but the Rift S will not

    I would rather not download and build the oculus integration version if possible. What is the timeline for support for the Rift S in the main source release?
    UE4 Tutorials for 3rd person Blueprint project from scratch: Youtube Channel
    Use Blender 2.8 to make UE4 compatible animations: Blog

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    I can see the project from Editor's VR Previiew in the Rift S after building the engine from the oculus integration source. Previously I was just getting a blank screen with the regular source build. However the Rift S touch controllers are still not responding.

    Any ideas on how to fix this?
    UE4 Tutorials for 3rd person Blueprint project from scratch: Youtube Channel
    Use Blender 2.8 to make UE4 compatible animations: Blog

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      #3
      Nevermind it works flawlessly .. was easier to setup than I anticipated. For anyone interested here are the steps to run in your local engine source directory on the release branch.

      Code:
      git branch oculus
      git checkout oculus
      git add remote oculusvr https://github.com/Oculus-VR/UnrealEngine
      git fetch oculusvr
      git merge oculusvr/4.22
      While not exactly the same as I did, this should work too. After that just run setup and generate the solution with -2019 and build as normal.

      Hope this helps.

      UE4 Tutorials for 3rd person Blueprint project from scratch: Youtube Channel
      Use Blender 2.8 to make UE4 compatible animations: Blog

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        #4
        Does this mean I need to build from source to get Oculus Rift S support working? I am just starting VR development and was hoping it work out of the box with UE 4.22.2.

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          #5
          It seems that way. The oculus plugin that comes with the default engine build is too old to support the Rift S. For now you'd need to use the oculus source build until epic updates their version.
          UE4 Tutorials for 3rd person Blueprint project from scratch: Youtube Channel
          Use Blender 2.8 to make UE4 compatible animations: Blog

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