You must obtain at least "New User" Trust Rank in our Trust and Safety system in order to upload content. You can get this by just spending a few hours in VRChat, hop some worlds, and make some friends. Give it some time and you'll be able to upload content in no time.
As an aside, you must have a VRChat account to upload content. That means you can't use a Steam account, Oculus account, or Viveport account to upload content like worlds or avatars.
If you have a Steam or Oculus account, you can easily "convert" your account into a VRChat account. While you're in the app, go to Settings. You'll see a button in the bottom-right that will get you started!
Make sure the account you're converting "into" is a blank, brand new VRChat account. If you have any saved Favorites or other content on your new VRChat account, your Steam/Oculus account info will not transfer over!
Glad you asked! VRChat has a Unity Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows you to create content for VRChat, including avatars.
To get started, check out Creating Your First Avatar.
In addition, there are a large number of tutorials created by our community available on YouTube.
Yes, using our Unity SDK you can create your own world. It will start off as a private world, meaning you can only bring people in by opening up a portal or through inviting friends. Once you are ready to make the world public, you first have to go through the process of submitting your world to the Community Labs.
Once you have created and uploaded your world using the SDK, you will find the world under the
Mine tab in the World Menu.
We're sorry to hear that! We want to help you figure it out. Check out our Knowledgebase and see if you can find a solution there. If not, please contact our Support team by creating a ticket here. Make sure you select the "SUP" category.
The VRChat SDK enables users to create interactive worlds and avatars for VRChat using Unity3D. Most tools that Unity provides should work in VRChat including lighting, nav meshes, particles, animations, and other standard Unity features.
There are two version of the VRChat SDK:
- VRChat SDK 2
- VRChat SDK 3
We call these "VRCSDK2" and "VRCSDK3" for short. You can read more about them on our Choosing your SDK doc page.
You must use a VRChat Account (not a Steam or Oculus account) to use the SDK. Sign up here.
We do not permit scripting via MonoBehaviors on any content in VRChat.
Although we don't permit custom scripting via MonoBehaviors on avatars or worlds in VRChat, you can use Udon to create complex behaviors in worlds. We've got more complex and advanced features for avatars on the way.
The VRChat output logs are located at
C:\Users\[Username]\AppData\LocalLow\VRChat\vrchat. The output log is named
output_log-HH-MM-SS.txt. You can quickly find this directory by pasting this into your Windows Explorer address bar:
Your logs are kept for 24 hours, where the
HH-MM-SS portion of the filename describes the time at which you launched the application for that log. When VRChat launches, it checks to see if any of the logs are older than 24 hours. If there are any, it deletes them.
Simply open your Settings menu, click the button in the top right labeled "Advanced Settings", and click "Clear Downloaded Content Cache"!
Alternately, you can use the manual method: The VRChat cache folder is located in
C:\Users\[Username]\AppData\LocalLow\VRChat\vrchat. You can find it quickly by pasting this into your Windows Explorer address bar:
Delete the following folders inside that folder:
Do not delete other files (like
output_log.txt), you might need those.
Simply open your Settings menu, click the button in the top right labeled "Advanced Settings", and click "Clear All Local Profile Data"!
To do this manually, you can use
regedit instead. On Windows, open the regedit app and delete
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VRChat\vrchat. Editing your Windows Registry can be dangerous. We do not suggest this method to users unless you are an advanced user, or if you are instructed by Support to edit your registry.
If you are using the Quest after a PC session (this includes other VR headsets, desktop, and Quest Link cable) and you're crashing, ensure your Home World is set to a Quest-compatible world and that you're using a Quest-compatible avatar.
To reset your avatar, you can go to the VRChat Home website and reset it on the Avatar page.
To reset your Home world, you must access VRChat using a PC and set your Home world to a Quest-compatible world, such as the VRChat Home.
Updated 6 days ago