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download video or photo 360?


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#1 Guest_stefano_*

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Posted 21 July 2016 - 03:53 PM

I apologize for my English .
I have a samsung galaxy vr with s6 .
I would like to download the videos and 360 photos that I find on FB or YOUTUBE for viewing of line .
but if I get them I see them only in flat mode .
you have ideas ?



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Posted 30 July 2016 - 03:54 PM

Hi Stefano.  Just to clarify, you have the Samsung Gear VR?  If you have Samsung Gear VR, then:

 

Facebook:

- Go to the Facebook app on your S6, search for the photo or video, then tap on "View in VR."  Then it will tell you to put your phone in the Gear VR.  Then you can see the 360 photo or 360 video in the Gear VR.

- You can also search for 360 videos on Facebook using the Oculus Video app for the Gear VR.

- You can also search for 360 photos on Facebook using the Oculus 360 Photos app for the Gear VR.

 

YouTube:

- Install the Samsung Internet browser app from the Oculus store.  Using the Samsung Internet browser, go to youtube.com.  Search for the 360 video.  When it loads, look at the bottom of the video to see if you can change the settings.  If you can change the settings, change it to 4k.  On the bottom right, click on the square to maximize the view.  When the view is maximized, look at the top of the video, on the left side, where it says "More".  Click on that and choose the type of viewing (360 2D or 360 3D top-bottom are the most common ones for 360).

 

If you have some other device, please let me know.

 

Best regards,

Mic





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