To understand the DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) protocol better please refer to the Wikipedia page.
In short, this protocol allows for multimedia devices to share information between one another.
Now lets see how we can connect the Vuze XR with the Oculus Go to play 4K videos and images from the camera SD card.
On the VUZE XR:
- Make sure the camera is turned ON.
- Make sure at least one 4K/30fps video or stitched photo is stored on the camera SD card (currently supports only 4K/30fps footage).
- Rapidly press the camera WiFi button twice to get the camera into DLNA mode.
- The camera power indicator light becomes Cyan , the camera WiFi LED should be blinking white.
- Please wait for 20 seconds to let the camera finish the process and prepare.
On the Oculus Go:
- Make sure the HMD (Head-Mounted Display) is connected to the Vuze XR WiFi (done through the Settings menu of the Oculus Go).
- Open Oculus Gallery.
- Chose Vuze XR from the Oculus Gallery.
Things to check and make sure if something doesn't work quite right:
- Reset the camera WiFi by holding it for 5 seconds.
- Make sure there is an SD card inside the camera.
- Make sure the Oculus Go is up to date (reboot it as updates may install after reboot).
- Make sure both the XR and the Go are turned ON and in standby.
- If the camera doesn’t appear in the Oculus Go Gallery go back and reload the Gallery.
- Make sure the camera firmware version is up to date.