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walterbz
What's DOS?
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Registered: ‎09-20-2018
Location: IT
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Lenovo Mirage Camera and Oculus GO

Hi I'm a new Mirage Camera user. I also own an Oculus Go.
If I transfer via usb the images and video shot with Mirage to the Oculus and I see them perfectly.
I have trouble with online services, displayed in Oculus via the browser:
Google Photo
Images are correctly displayed

Videos no and no options are available.
Veer
Videos are not displayed correctly. Tried with all options (360x180; 180x180; 180; side by side)

I cannot understand what kind of video format is used by Mirage.

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WesSouza
Paper Tape
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Registered: ‎08-01-2019
Location: US
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Re: Lenovo Mirage Camera and Oculus GO

Here's what I've done:

A) Through Google Photos (iOS)
- Download images to phone
- Open Google Photos and wait for the sync
- On the Oculus Go, open the browser
- Navigate to Google Photos and log in
- Open the photo
- Click the ... on the top right corner, select Download
- Open Oculus Gallery
- Navigate to Photos, it should be there and it should work

Didn't test with videos because Google never ended processing my video

B) Dropbox (iOS)
- Install Dropbox on phone
- Download photo to phone, open it, select share, then "Save to Dropbox" (if not, find it on more at the end of the options)
- Open Oculus Gallery, sign in to Dropbox in it
- Navigate to the photo or video, it should work just fine

And this is why VR is terrible. Everything is painful to do.

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