Hello, I am developing an Oculus GO app in Unity that shows a 360 video player. So far I have been using a VideoPlayer that renders to a RenderTexture and a sphere with the Skybox/Panoramic shader that uses the same RenderTexture. It works great for most videos. But some videos with a lot of motion "flickers".
I have a video of a skier going down a hill and every time he passes objects close to the camera the object appears twice.
I took a photo of one of the lenses in the GO:
As you can see you can clearly see two sticks where it should only be one. And when you actually look into the glasses the effect is even more obvious. I have tested with a 4096x2048 video. But it doesn't seem to matter if I use higher or lower resolution of the videos. I think it is more a limit in the way I render the video to the sphere.
Now to the question: So I started reading about the OVROverlay today and when I read the documentation it sounded like this could be used to render videos to a sphere with better performance. I tried to setup a scene with an OVROverlay and a video player but I couldn't get it to work in the Oculus GO. I used the SampleFramework 180 degrees video player as a source. But I couldn't get that sample code to run on my GO at all.
Has anyone used an OVROverlay to render 360 videos?