Last night I saw that Technolust released a new demo for the DK2 which required a newer runtime.
So I installed it and everything worked fine with the game. Great game by the way.
However today I decided to stream some games using XSplit (https://www.xsplit.com/). However the application froze every time I ran it. So I fiddled around with it and uinstalled Xsplit and reinstalled it. However it did not work. Realizing the only thing I have done was installed the new runtime. I uninstalled it. Rebooted and Xsplit worked fine.
Weeeeellll..... This means that I cannot stream any Oculus Rift game on Twitch using XSplit.
If this is the case for everyone than no one can stream OR games on Twitch using Xsplit anymore. Since XSplit is much more capable than OBS this leaves a large problem.
I would suggest that Oculus install XSplit and try to figure out why the runtime doesn't work with it otherwise streamers won't be able to show case Oculus Rift games on Twitch anymore.
I'm able to replicate what you're seeing here. I'll look into it further but apps like Xsplit tend to use hacks for game capture and they may not behave well with how we're doing rendering in 0.6. Watch this space over the next few weeks for progress. Thanks for letting us know!
For what it's worth on my home machine I'm able to record vr apps using Xsplit just fine with 0.6.0. This is testing with XSplit Gamecaster v.2.2.1502.1751 downloaded this evening. I recorded a native 0.6.0 app and a legacy 0.4.4 app as well. Xsplit seemed to have some instability but it seemed centered around the hooks it was trying setup. Ultimately I was able to capture. I'm using a 0.6.0 public retail with Windows 7, AMD Radeon R290.
With 0.6 in Extended Mode, I found the DK2 screen to remain black sometimes. If you play a VR game, it should work though. To work around the black screen, try switching the position of the DK2 on the extended desktop (for example, make it on the left or right or whatever) and it should show up.