tedw4rd Posted December 1, 2019 Share Posted December 1, 2019 I just spent a week trying to fix some really strange performance issues in my Vive Focus project. Despite having a very simple scene (literally 3 meshes and less than a dozen draw calls), my Focus was rendering at ~40FPS according to ADB. After profiling, I found that the framerate was actually super inconsistent, and the Focus was spending a lot of time on the GPU after rendering: There you can see I'm spending over 20ms in Gfx.ProcessCommands after both Camera.Render calls complete, but without any obvious reason. This happened on 50-70% of the frames. (Side note: I was using multipass at the time of this screenshot, thus the two render calls. Friendly reminder to use singlepass if at all possible.) After removing almost everything from the scene, I realized there was a Screen Space Canvas in the scene that we use to render a desktop menu in the Oculus version of our app. That Canvas wasn't being displayed on the Focus. However, when I removed the Canvas from the scene, the overall frame time became consistent again and my framerate returned to normal. tl;dr: Disable any and all screen space Canvases you may have. They won't be displayed, but they still take up time on the GPU. @Tony PH Lin 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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