Device -> Layout -> SidebySide
----------> Distortion -> None
---------->Tracker -> Oculus Rift
nuanda wrote:Hi, how did you stitch videos to made a pano video?
wildone106 wrote:Beginners guide pls?
ClarenceL wrote:When you download the zip file, right-click -> properties -> unblock button (bottom right)
When you run Vr Player it will open on your normal primary display, that's the way it was intended to work at first, so you can change settings to your liking.
Start playing your movie in a window and then drag the window all to the right so it dissapears from your primary display onto the oculus rift extended display.
Peek through your rift and double click anywhere within the movie window to go full screen. If you want to make any changes double click again in rift display
and peek through rift and drag window back to main display. Or in fact you can just access the settings menu from peeking into the rift display and it should
open up the settings window on the primary display allowing you to play with different settings in realtime on your primary display while you view the movie
fullscreen on the rift (just double click anywhere in vr player window on rift to go back fullscreen again).
jwvanderbeck wrote:The easiest way to do this is with Windows key shortcuts. The general process is this:
1) You start VR Player. It appears as a window on your normal monitor.
2) Press SHIFT+WINDOWS KEY+LEFT CURSOR(or RIGHT CURSOR) to move the VR Player window one monitor to the left or right. The correct one of course depends on how you arranged the monitors in Windows
3) Press WINDOWS KEY+UP ARROW to maximize the VR Player window on the Rift monitor.
J1vvy wrote:For the msvcr120.dll-missing-error.
Try installing the vcredist_x86.exe from this page.
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