It is becoming increasingly popular for users to watch videos and multimedia with the help of dedicated virtual reality software. VR Player PRO is one example of such an innovative package. It is now possible to use a common smartphone as a VR handset to play back movies and even live streams. The software is easy to install and can be used by those who might not be entirely familiar with more complicated packages.
Basic Function and Features
VR Player PRO is able to render both two- and three-dimensional videos into a virtual reality format. The current supported formates are side-by-side, over-under and mono. However, this application provides other unique functions. These include the ability to record audio and video, near-field communications, identifying different accounts within a device and users are also able to access data found within a standard SD storage card.
Enhanced Playback Options
VR Player PRO supports various different types of video playback options. Some examples here are plane viewing (for standard files), spherical 360-degree playback, full-dome variants (often used within IMAX files) and a cylinder mode that is ideal for panoramic shots. This is open-source software, so updates will normally take place on a somewhat regular basis.