My daughter has wanted a 360 degree camera from the first time she put
on the Rift because she wanted to capture the whole memory of something
and then relive it. She saved money for over a year and finally got one
(the Madv Madventure). It works gre...
It would be nice if sharing the Rift with the family meant they had
their own Avatar in Home, and if not their own house, then maybe their
own rooms. By that I mean that if you go into that room, you can launch
Rift games from there and you'll have y...
Got Oculus, got Touch. Man, this thing is awesome. So awesome, we
changed our mind about getting a dedicated PC for it (we now have one)
and for making the room for it (it now has its own room
essentially...the "game room"). It's great.So I have a wi...
I've got it setup in my living room at the moment so we can all take
turns and can share the experience on the TV, but there's no sound for
everyone else. I tried the "Stereo Mixer" trick that I've used before to
get audio out my speakers and headpho...
Just as a conclusion, @LZoltowski helped me a lot. The solution was to
use the SkyVR player instead. Using that, I saw that the GPU performance
went up to about 30% while viewing the video and it was completely
smooth. Using the Oculus Video player, ...
Ok, so I finally had a chance to check it out.I right clicked on the 360
video and saw this info in the details:Frame width: 3840Frame height:
1920Data rate: 52956kbpsTotal bitrate: 53084 kbpsFrame rate: 29.99I then
pulled up the Task Manager and wat...
So I found a video on how to use the stitching software, and there is a
checkbox for MPEG4 encoding. So I had my daughter take a new video and
stitch it with that selected. She did so and went to watch it in the
Oculus and it is still very stuttery a...
Other than running it through the stitching software, no. I asked her if
there were any adjustable settings when doing that, and she said that
there were, but I haven't had a chance to go see what they are yet. It
does sound like the format (she ment...