These features and enhancements will become available starting the week of September 15, 2022.
Advanced Creator Settings
We want to empower creators to capture and deliver high quality experiences to help connect and grow engagement from their audiences. As such, we’ve added Advanced Camera Settings that can be enabled from your Experimental Settings panel in VR. Once enabled, you’ll have access to these additional camera settings:
Image Stabilization: Choose how much to reduce the appearance of headset movement in your videos.
Increasing image stabilization decreases the field of view.
Aspect Ratio: Choose your default format and resolution for photos and videos.
We heard your requests, and are happy to add that 1920x1080 or "Landscape" is now possible.
Frame Rate: Choose your default frame rate for videos.
Higher frame rates can negatively impact app performance.
Video Compression Quality: Choose a default bit rate for videos.
Higher bit rates improve video quality but also increase file size.
We continue to add features to our Parental Supervision tools for VR. Two of the newest additions include:
Block Developer Mode: Parents can now block teens from using their headset in developer mode through Parental Supervision tools.
Blocking developer mode will prevent teens from installing apps on their Meta Quest that may not be available on the Meta Quest App store using a connected device or computer.
Note, this will be rolling out gradually.
Unlock Pattern for Apps
You can now lock multiple apps with a single PIN entry. With this update, you can also filter and lock apps based on rating categories.
You can find this feature by selecting Settings > Security Settings > App Lock.