In the Occulus App Library on Windows clicked the three dots on the DeoVR tile. Clicked on Uninstall. Checked Windows Explorer and Folder \Oculus\Software\infomediji-d-o-o-deovr-video-player\ was gone.
I went and paid for one of the other video players and the DLNA features for the most part work fine with a variety of DLNA servers. If only the interface was as slick a DeoVR's I'd be one happy camper.
The Daily Roundup is our comprehensive coverage of the VR industry wrapped up into one daily email, delivered directly to your inbox. Email Address Bigscreen today released an update that brings to the social VR viewing platform a video player that lets you watch your own video files. Yes, even on Oculus Quest.
Quest is a special case I guess. Connect it to your PC via sidequest and try with SteamVR, DeoPlayer. Set supersampling to 150% or 200%. Depends on your GPU. You will experience a great PC VR player this way. Whirligig VR is good also, if you would like to decide on many parameters like if it is 360 video or maybe 320 angle video, how high is the screen, how bent and so on. Try it.
Hello,Thank you for this new release ?I updated the player in my quest2 and unfortunately, I have an issue when I try to access VR videos using the built-in browser. The image blink and oversized. I tried with more than 10 videos and same issues.I set back the player setting to default but not helped much. while the video is playing, I found that when your enable or disable "Force mono" parameter the image (video) stop blinking but the image/video remains oversized. the zoom works but, it has no more interest considering the huge size of the image.
Port 80 / HTTP:- Nginx is off. I would expect a no response type error.- Nginx is on with no "deovr" index file and AutoIndex on: I would expect a list of files here.- Nginx is on with a "deovr" file: I would expect the usual video preview tile screen.
Thanks for fixing the http issue in 9.0.2. However I may have encountered another bug.I have my local server serving a deovr json file for my videoes.It seems that the "Previous Video" button in the playback UI is behaving incorrectly, it always goes to the last video of that library no matter which video in the library you are playing. The "Next video" button works fine loading the next video.
Don't mean to hijack this thread, but I am having the same issues... every video I download, just will not play. All I see is a black screen. I can hear audio, but nothing on the screen. I can stream the videos and see them fine, but cant download and play them. I have a Rift for the PC. I tried downloading both versions of Oculus files on the download page. Neither work. I play the videos in rift threw the DEOVR app in the Rift. I can stream them by going to the webpage threw the DEOVR app once opened in the Rift, but cannot open a downloaded video I have saved to my PC. It just plays a black screen, although I can hear it playing... I have tried downloading the RIft file from the download screen, the occulus go and quest downloads, and the original files (the first one you can download from the downlaod page) nothing plays. Any ideas?
I will shed some more light into this and maybe this can help with my problem. For some odd reason, I have to use two user accounts for windows. My main account is where I do everything on my computer, play games, stream, download anything. etc. When I first got my Rift it worked great. Then windows had an update and to make a long story short, my Rift will no longer play on my main windows account. But I found if I created another account (with full admin access) my rift would work if I use it on that account (hooked up to same PC, I know its stupid but that is the only way it will work... occulus tech support cant figure it out). SO to play anything on VR, I just log into my alt account and everything works fine. Back to this issue... when I download a video on my main account, I just transfer the file to a folder then log into my alt account and it wont play in VR. I have to issues stated above. I have done this with other VR videos and they work fine, but none that I download from this site. If I try playing the video on my main account, it will play (not using VR because VR wont work on my main account) but if I try playing the video not in VR it gives me a registery error and will not open under my second account. Not sure why, all other videos I download on the web work. I have tried downloading the file from my alt account and still the same thing. If I log back into my main, I can play the video with media player, but cant see if it works in VR because cant use VR on main account. Is it possible the register error has something to do with it. Also, on my main account when you look at the video where it is located on my harddrive, you can see a pic of the video like a thumbnail, if I log into my alt account, the video does not a have pic thumbnail, its just a white file like its not recognized,. I intstalled the LAV filters one form above on both accounts, but that didn't fix the problem.....
I've actually had this happen to me on streamed videos before on my android device, but I attributed it to my internet speed not keeping up, and lowering the quality usually fixed it.I never had this issue consistently though, but I also don't tend to download videos because they take up relatively much space (and there's no limit on data-usage for me).
Okay, well then if the app opens threw DEOVR then I am using the app, but it seems its just to stream, there are no videos in the app library, I can mark them as favorites and they show up in the favorite spot, but that is just streaming and not downloading them to play later. Its the download on the PC and play in VR that's not working... its just a black screen. I am not sure how to download them and store them in the app video folder.
vortim22 You have to download the videos first. You can download from the desktop site, there's a Downloads tab for each video.Inside the app there is a folder icon on the bottom. If you click that, you can then navigate to any local files on your device. 2b1af7f3a8