Virtualhere and Fortnite

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steve1977
Virtualhere and Fortnite

I am using Virtualhere to play games with moonlight on my raspberry pi. Things seem to be working well. Great product!

Unfortunately, I cannot get Fortnite to work though. I can launch the game, but then my bluetooth controller (connected via Virtualhere) doesn't work in Fortnite. It is successfully paired and works with other games. However, Fortnite not working in combination with Virtualhere.

Any thoughts?

steve1977
Same issue with Rayman

Same issue with Rayman Legends.

Steam games as well as FH3 and Fifa18 are working.

Michael
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Try increasing the cpu priority of the vhui64.exe process. Bring up Task Manager-> Details->vhui64.exe right click and select "Set Priority"->High and see if that helps or fixes the issue

steve1977
I just tried, but

I just tried, but unfortunately both games (Fortnite and Rayman Legends) still don't work.

Michael
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Ok im not sure of the issue

steve1977
I think I figured out what

I think I figured out what the issue is. It seems moonlight and virtualhere don't play well together for these games.

Virtualhere does pair the wireless bluetooth controller (connected with USB dongle) and passed it on to my Windows machine. At the same time, moonlight creates some virtual USB thing (not sure what exactly). And this makes Fortnite / Rayman believe that there are more controllers, which make the VH connected controllers non-functionable.

It seems to be related to an issue described here: https://forums.ubi.com/showthread.php/791562-Rayman-Legends-PC-Xbox-360-...

Any idea what I can do to make it work? I can imagine I am not the only one eager to have virtualhere play game with moonlight?

Michael
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OK thats interesting, you could try bringing up windows Device Manager when everything is being passed through/connected as you want then disable that device in device manager the virtual usb thing by right clicking on it and selecting Disable. See if that makes a difference.

steve1977
The more I google, I am

The more I google, I am starting to understand that this seems to be a common issue. For example, take a look at: https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/925086/disable-nvidia-controlle....

I assume the virtualhere is technical seen the same as a locally connected controller?

Unfortunately, the solution no longer seems to work with more recent versions of GFE.

I don't see it in device manager either. Any other ideas?

steve1977
See below even with a mention

See below even with a mention of virtualhere. The proposed fix doesn't work for me though. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/1065024/can-we-have-an-option-t...

Michael
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Yes its best to ask on that forum as i dont have that game, controller ,or setup to test with

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