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Resolved 'PlayerSettings' does not contain a definition for 'SetVirtualRealitySDKs'

Discussion in 'VR' started by katreniacarroll, May 26, 2021.

  1. katreniacarroll

    katreniacarroll

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    I've been trying to figure out why this isn't working. I've been trying to build a model for VRChat but I always get this. I've tried the 2D version and the 3D version and I still get this popping up and I can't figure out how to fix it. I have Oculus turned on in XR Plug in and the Oculus asset set in and nothing. This only pops up when I add the VRchat import. I've looked everywhere online to adjust it and they all still have the older version of Unity with the XR settings still being in player settings.
     
  2. joejo

    joejo

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    SetVirtualRealitySDKs is a Legacy VR API that was removed in 2020. I don't know what VRChat is, but from your description it sounds like a unity package from the asset store? Either way, I'd report that API issue to whomever created that package.
     
  3. ReidParker1999

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    Did you ever figure this out? I'm also trying to create a vrchat model and when I get to the step of adding the Avatar Descriptor it can't find it, and I suspect it has something to do with this error.
     
  4. swirlate

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    The SDK 3.0 VRChat has on their website only worked for me if I used Unity version 2019.4.29f1, available as a download version choice in the Unity Hub. Had this same issue, just kept uninstalling and reinstalling versions of Unity until it worked, and this one seemed to do the trick. Hope it helps.
     
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  5. summeywummey

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    this worked for me too. using SDK 3 for avatars.
     
  6. Hyraelle

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    This answer also worked for me. Thanks you.

    Since this has helped me access the control panel, now it tells me which version is up to date for vrchat SDK ; 2019.4.31f1

     
  7. shibi2017

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    you should use the Vrchat Recommend version of Unity. now is 2019.4.31f1.
     
  8. BegrudgingDjinn

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    Can confirm this works. Was running into this exact issue too. I had to make a new project (you HAVE to use Version 2019.4.31 which can be found here, from the start of the project. Converting it to the older version didn't work) and redo my steps to get the model changed. It's working now for me, thank you all and I hope my explanation helps anyone who makes a similar mistake.
     
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  9. beam_27

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    Installed Version 2019.4.31, then installed the android sdk, then tried adding SetVirtualRealitySDKs and ran into this error still. Not sure what I'm doing wrong :(

    Edit: when you first download and install unity hub, it will prompt you to install Unity. My problem was that I clicked install that one, because I thought it was the 2019.4.31 version I had downloaded already. I didn't notice it was the wrong one because the version numbers were so similar! The current version of Unity shows at the top of the window, for anyone else who's lost and just starting with this program.
     
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2022
  10. Lunar_MoonChan

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    It still doesn't work for me
     
  11. balsam0

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    Is there a way to run 2021+ version of unity and get around this? What has
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    1. GetVirtualRealitySDKs
    been replaced by?
     
  12. goshaprolol4804

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    Not work too
     
  13. skoofegames

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    im getting error code CS0117: 'AnimationExporter' Does not contain a definition for GetAnimationClips as well as a ImportFBX warning while trying to upload an Avatar to vrChat
     
  14. raisa69

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    Hello balsam0, did you resolve this issue? Is it possible to do without going back to unity 2019? Thanks!
     
  15. PixelFireXY

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    Bump, this is marked as resolved but it's not. Using an older version of Unity it's not a valid solution
     
  16. Fairpl3x

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    VRChat relies on a specific version of Unity that is clearly indicated here, and going against that inevitably results in issues. You shouldn't report issues for unsupported Unity versions.