This section describes the steps necessary for building Rift apps in Unity.
Click on File > Build Settings… and select one of the following:
For Windows, set Target Platform to Windows and set Architecture to either x86 or x86 64.
We recommend unchecking Development Build for your final build, as it may impact performance.
For Mac, set Target Platform to Mac OS X.
Within the Build Settings pop-up, click Player Settings. In the Other Settings frame, verify that Virtual Reality Supported is checked. All additional required settings are enforced automatically.
Navigate to Edit > Project Settings > Quality. We recommend the following settings:
|Pixel Light Count||3|
|Texture Quality||Full Res|
|Anisotropic Textures||Per Texture|
|Anti Aliasing||2x or 4x Multi Sampling|
|Realtime Reflections Probes||Select|
|Billboards Face Camera||Select|
The Anti Aliasing setting is particularly important. It must be increased to compensate for stereo rendering, which reduces the effective horizontal resolution by 50%. An anti-aliasing value of 2X is ideal, 4x may be used if you have performance to spare. We do not recommend 8x.
For more information on our recommended settings, see Best Practices for Rift and Mobile.
In the Build Settings dialog, click select Build. If prompted, specify a name and location for the build.
Your Unity application will be built in the location you selected. Builds created in Unity versions 2018.2.0 and later will also include : UnityPlayer.dll, UnityCrashHandler64.exe, and a new Mono directory at the same level as <AppName.exe>.
To run your application, you must allow apps that have not been reviewed by Oculus to run on your Rift:
You may wish to disable the Unknown Sources option when you are not doing development work.
To run your application, navigate to the target folder of your build and launch the executable.
For information about packaging and uploading your Rift app to a Release Channel or Store, please see the Uploading Rift Apps page.