Oculus Go / Quest

What's in this article

What Formats Can I play?

Streaming Videos

Watching Downloaded Videos

Transfer Video Files from a PC 

Transfer Video Files from a Mac

What Formats can I Play?

Both the Go and the Quest can play 1920p VR videos smoothly. The Oculus Quest can play 2300p videos, but they may skip or stutter at times.

There is no difference in the following steps if you are using the Oculus Go or the Oculus Quest headset. Both headsets can stream videos from websites or play downloaded videos.

 

Streaming Videos

To stream and watch videos directly from the website following these steps:

  • Put on your headset and open the Oculus Browser app
  • Navigate to the website you wish to stream from (www.wankzvr.comwww.milfvr.com or www.tranzvr.com)
  • Click the Member login link and enter your username and password
  • Scroll or search for the video you want to watch and click on it
  • On the video page select your Device type

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  • Click on "Oculus" to find your download and streaming options. We recommend Web Player.

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  • Click on "Web Player" and the video will come up with a Play Button, click the Play Button
  • When the video loads up you will see a START button, click it to start the video.

The DeoVR Video Player App can also be used to stream or play downloaded videos.

Watching Downloaded Videos

Downloaded videos can be played using the Oculus Gallery app:

  1. Download a video onto your computer
  2. Transfer the video files from your PC / Mac to the headset
  3. Put on your VR Headset
  4. Select the Gallery App from the Navigation menu (Look down)
  5. Click on Internal Storage.
  6. Select your video to play it.
  7. NOTE: The first time you play a video you will need to change the settings to 3D and side-by-side.

Transfer Video Files from a PC

  • Connect your Oculus headset to your PC with a micro USB cable
  • Put on your headset
  • In your headset, you have to give the PC permission to have access. Click "Allow Access to Data"
  • Take off your headset
  • Once you are connected to the PC, the Autoplay should open. If it does, select "Open Device to view Files"
  • If Autoplay does not start and open it automatically, you have to manually browse to Oculus Go Storage through the File Explorer. It should be named "VR-Headset" or "Oculus"
  • Click on the device and you will see "Shared Internal Storage", click on this and open the folder named "Movies".
  • Drag and drop your videos into the Movies folder
  • Watch the video

Transfer Video Files from a Mac

  • Download the File Transfer Tool from Android and install it on your Mac.
  • Open the File Transfer Tool that you just installed
  • Connect your Oculus to your Mac with a micro USB cable
  • Put on your headset
  • In your headset, you have to give your Mac permission to have access. Click "Allow Access to Data"
  • A folder named "VR-Headset" should automatically open
  • Find and open the folder named "Movies"

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  • Drag and drop your videos into the Movies folder

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