That’s strange, I know that AO is heavy for VR and is disabled by default, but I don’t know why it is not working after enabling it manually in the postprocess effect. Try setting the post process volume to unbound?
no, it’s a long time ago, but i know it was turned off in some text file from the project.
So if you dig deep you can actually turn it on again if you want to dig in the code.
But be careful because i know my project crashed when I did that so maybe it’s turned off for a good reason. Maybe they already updated it since then, don’t know :s sorry man.
Did you find the answer to this? Im trying to get a nicely lit environment with Static Skylight and Stationary Directional light as suggested by a lot of people, problem is that it looks very flat, especially in areas (indoor) where there are primarely indirect light, so i thought i could soften it up with baked AO… but no matter what i’ve done so far, i get the same white screen as you. I’ve searched for some good examples, and people that has it working, has showed results, but not how they got to those results. So im hoping someone would be so kind to post a working project which show how to set it up properly.
yes correct, I turned it on everywhere i could. So project setting etc etc but since that didn’t do anything I went into some text file (the .ini that was probably) and turned it on in that as well.
Let me know if it worked for you. I know it caused some crashes with me so I just turned it off again