Rendering for XR can be resource-intensive, particularly when dealing with light devices with limited computational power. Usually the approach is to optimize the XR application as much as possible, investing dedicated resources, spending time and frustration to find the perfect balance between sufficient graphical quality and acceptable performances.
We try to solve this problems with Innoactive Portal. But still, default cloud rendering hardware may not provide enough power for certain use-cases. In these cases, users may experience graphical degradation, delay and sub-optimal performances in general.
In this how-to article, we'll show you how to manually select more powerful hardware for cloud rendering. By following the steps below, you can optimize your cloud rendering performance and ensure high-quality virtual reality experiences, without the need to manually optimize your XR application and modify your code.
Keep in mind that selecting more powerful hardware may come with additional costs, so it's important to carefully consider your specific needs and use-case before making any changes.
Access to Applications settings in Control Panel
The first step is to access the Control Panel and to click on the Applications tab, you should see something similar to this:
At this point, you can click on the specific application for which you need better performances.
Select appropriate Cloud Rendering Hardware
Once inside the specific application settings, you have to reach the Cloud Rendering tab. Here you should the Performance Requirements options.
You can change the performance tier here and choose the most appropriate hardware for your application.
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