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Hi, I was experience some issues trying to build for Win x86, due to a missing gvraudio.dll. Versions of the software are:

Unity 5.5.4p4
FMOD 1.09.01
FMOD Unity API 1.09.01

I reinstalled the API, believing it was an issue with it, and no deal. Upon looking at the meta, it had this there:

Win:
enabled: 1
settings:
CPU: None

After tweaking with it, namely, including gvraudio on the editor and messing around with CPU and Platforms, I got it to show:

Win:
enabled: 1
settings:
CPU: AnyCPU

So I believe there is an issue with writing meta files somewhere there 😛
I’m also having issues with building for linux x86, so, as a second question, why there isn’t a libgvraudio.so on the x86 plugin folder?

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Thanks for letting us know, it does look like the meta files aren’t correct.

As for the Linux lib, both x86 & x86_64 use the same lib, but the meta file for that doesn’t match up.

I will make sure these are fixed up for the next release.

  • Cameron Baron

    Sorry for the misinformation, it looks like Google do not supply a Linux x86 lib for FMOD.
    You would be best off making a request over at their github: https://github.com/googlevr/gvr-audio-fmod-sdk

  • Victor

    Hey Cameron, thanks for the reply, will ask there.
    As a heads up. I wasn’t able to test on Mac/Android/iOS so maybe it’s a good idea to check on them too ?

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