Viveport Video is an application by Viveport. Viveport Video was first published on . Viveport Video is available for Steam.About This Software Viveport Video is your portal into a newer, more immersive way to watch videos. Watch your own favorites, or explore an enormous variety of material from our media partners. Envelop yourself in everyt...
Viveport Video Review
Viveport Video is an app developed by Viveport. Viveport Video was first published on . It is accessible for Steam.
About This SoftwareViveport Video is your portal into a newer, more immersive way to watch videos. Watch your own favorites, or explore an enormous variety of material from our media partners. Envelop yourself in everything from traditionally-shot short films to sweeping epics designed for total 360˚ views.
And if you are a Viveport INFINITY member, you already have exclusive access to even more video content. Dive in now and start exploring a whole-new video landscape. Caution: watching videos on your phone may never feel satisfying again!
• Local video playback of standard, 3D, 180˚, and 360˚ videos
• Streaming video playback of standard, 3D, 180˚, and 360˚ videos from various video channels
• A mini-browser interface for mid-video browsing of the streaming catalog
• Changeable video formats
• Resizing and repositioning of standard video content
• Support for both seated and standing experiences
• Support multiple audio soundtrack and .srt subtitle format
Viveport Video offers support for a wide variety of video-viewing formats, including standard (or “flat”), stereoscopic 3D, 180˚, and 360˚. Users may upload new video files in the following formats: .mp4, .mkv, .mov, and .divx. Viveport Video supports spatial audio in the following formats: Google VR Audio (ambisonic decoding with HRTF), FuMa, Facebook 360 Spatial Workstation (TBE), ITU 5.1, and ITU 7.1 surround sound. Users must upload subtitle files in .srt or .ass format, with multiple languages needing to be embedded in a .mkv format. 360˚ videos not detected by the metadata format "Spherical Video RFC" can be manually adjusted by setting the playing mode to “360”.