Sending video footage from Oculus Quest to PC is mainly useful for content creators, but it’s as useful for us when we want to share or save some of our gaming clips on social media.
For that, people mostly use two methods:
Connecting your Oculus Quest to a PC via cable.
Sharing it through Facebook in the Oculus menu.
The first method might get a bit tedious, especially when you have little room on your Oculus Quest, and you have to connect with the cable each time. The second Facebook sharing method has its own problems as the video quality is heavily compressed and unwatchable with longer video versions.
That leaves us with the 3rd method:
Use Google Drive
Now, it won’t work from the get-go. The Oculus browser won’t let you upload from the VR version of the app.
Here is what you should do:
Once the footage is recorded (I advise using Sidequest for better quality recording), save it on your Oculus Quest.
Open the Oculus browser and log into your Google account.
Click on those 9 dots in the upper right corner and open Googe Drive.
On the upper left side, change the view to Desktop version.
Upload the file by clicking on the plus sign.
You can also email a video to yourself, but unless it’s smaller than 25MB in size, you will use Google Drive anyway.
That is it. I have found myself using this method far more than using a cable each time. If you have anything to add to this, feel free to comment below!
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