How to get your first 2K VR content is coming soon.
This week, we’ll look at how to get some very low-quality video clips in order to use in the Rift, and the Rift DK2’s camera and camera-tracking technology is also being used to provide some high-quality footage in this video format.
First, let’s see what you’ll need to get started.
The easiest way to get a sample of VR video that works in the Oculus SDK is by downloading the Rift SDK, which can be found here .
Then, head over to the Rift video app on your phone, and choose the “Sample VR” tab.
Here, you’ll be able to select “OpenVR sample” from the dropdown, and then click the button that says “Start a new sample”.
Next, go ahead and select the video you want to play.
You’ll then be taken to a small window that asks for a video ID.
Click the button for “Id”, and the sample will be opened up.
Once it’s opened up, you can see the “VR” section and the “Video ID” box.
This is where you’ll enter a sample URL, or video ID, to download the sample in the “Open VR sample” section.
Here, you will need to enter the video ID into the field for the “Path” field, which will be the path to the file.
This is the same video ID that the developer will need for the VR viewer app to play your sample.
Then, you need to specify a file type in the field.
The easiest way is to select the “MP4” option.
If you’ve never heard of this format before, here’s a brief explanation of it:MP4 is a standard for storing video and audio files in a video format known as MPEG-4.
MPEG-42, the standard used to encode MPEG-video, is a subset of MPEG-43.
MPEG4 is the successor format to MPEG-40, and is commonly referred to as MPEG4-AVC.
This format is compatible with all current VR headsets, and it’s generally supported by the majority of VR games.
The VR SDK has a number of options for getting the file you want.
There’s a simple way to create a new video and upload it to the Oculus Web site, and you can use this to create an existing file if you need it later.
Once you’ve created your file, you may have to select it in the viewer app and set the file to “Open”.
Then, you’re ready to get the video.
To do this, you must select the first tab on the right and click “Start”.
Now, click the “Start” button, and a VR viewer will open up.
The VR viewer is basically a window that looks like this.
If you don’t see it, click here to try again.
When you do, you should see something similar to this.
Now that you have a sample video, you want it uploaded to the VR site, so click the Upload button.
When the VR video is uploaded, you’ve got two options: use the “Upload Video” button to select what kind of video you’d like to use it in, or “Open Video” to load a sample that already exists in the VR file.
To select which you’d prefer, click “Create Video”.
Once you do that, the VR browser will open.
The “VR Sample” section should look like this:Now that the sample has been uploaded, it can be loaded in the browser.
To load it, simply click “Play”.
You can also start watching videos from this sample by clicking “Watch VR Sample” from within the VR Web site.
You can then leave the browser window open while you continue to play the sample.
Once you’re done playing, the sample can be downloaded back into the Oculus site.
Now that we’ve gotten a sample up and running, let me explain how to create and run a demo of it.
To start, let us first create a virtual world for our demo.
We’ll call it “Oculus Rift”.
First, open the “Orientation” section in the Unity Editor.
Select “Move to New Virtual World”.
Next, we need to create our virtual world.
You’re going to need to select a location for your scene to be located in.
You may want to select either the first level or the first floor of your house.
You will need a basic selection for your location, but we’re going get into that a bit later.
Once your scene is selected, the first thing you need is an appropriate path for the virtual world to travel.
Select the “X” path, and give your scene a name.
Here’s a list of all the paths you’ll want for your