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==== On a PC ====
 
==== On a PC ====
1. Using File Explorer go to the Tilt Brush Media Library ( Documents\Tilt Brush\Media Library ).<br>
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*1. Using File Explorer go to the Tilt Brush Media Library ( Documents\Tilt Brush\Media Library ).<br>
2. Put the file you're importing into the correct folder.  (e.g. Images folder for images)<br>
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*2. Put the file you're importing into the correct folder.  (e.g. Images folder for images)<br>
3. In Tilt Brush you can find your files via ... more options -> labs -> Local Media Library<br>
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*3. In Tilt Brush you can find your files via ... more options -> labs -> Local Media Library<br>
  
 
[[File:Tips 8-2b.png | 600px]]
 
[[File:Tips 8-2b.png | 600px]]
  
 
==== On a Oculus Quest ====
 
==== On a Oculus Quest ====
1. Connect the headset to the computer using a usb cable<br>
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*1. Connect the headset to the computer using a usb cable<br>
2. Go to the file explorer on the PC. On mac use Android File Transfer.<br>
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*2. Go to the file explorer on the PC. On mac use Android File Transfer.<br>
3. Go to the Tilt Brush Media Library ( This PC\Quest\Internal shared storage\Tilt Brush\Media Library ).<br>
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*3. Go to the Tilt Brush Media Library ( This PC\Quest\Internal shared storage\Tilt Brush\Media Library ).<br>
4. Put the file you're importing into the correct folder. (e.g. images folder for images).<br>
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*4. Put the file you're importing into the correct folder. (e.g. images folder for images).<br>
5. Disconnect the Quest from the PC.<br>
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*5. If the Quest does not appear, or Android File Transfer is not able to access it, deactivate Developer Mode:
6. Start Tilt Brush and find your files via ... more options -> labs -> Local Media Library  (see image above)<br>
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** With Oculus Connect App on iPhone/Android, login with Interaction Station Account (ask at the Station)
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** Select the right Oculus Device
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** More Settings -> Developer mode -> disable
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*6. Disconnect the Quest from the PC.<br>
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*7. Start Tilt Brush and find your files via ... more options -> labs -> Local Media Library  (see image above)<br>
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=== How to export media ===
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==== exporting images, videos and gifs ====
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*1. Go to the Tools bar, and select "Cameras."
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*2. Get what you want to show in the snapshot view, and pull the trigger on the controller.
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*3. You can swap to video, 5-second gif, and auto-gif by swiping right or left on the touch pad.
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==== exporting 3d models ====
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*1. Select "More Options…"
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*2. Select "Labs."
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*3. Select "Export."
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==== export 360 degree video ====
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This can be done on a pc. check page 8 of [https://docs.google.com/document/d/11ZsHozYn9FnWG7y3s3WAyKIACfbfwb4PbaS8cZ_xjvo/edit# this document]
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==== Finding your exports ====
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*1. On a pc everything goes to Documents\Tilt Brush. 3D Models are in the folder called "Exports." Images and Gifs are in the folder called "Snapshots." Videos are in the folder called "Videos."<br>
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*2. on oculus quest connect the quest to a computer and use explorer on a pc, or Android File Transfer on a mac and find things in This PC\Quest\Internal shared storage\Tilt Brush\Media Library
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*3. If the Quest does not appear, or Android File Transfer is not able to access it, deactivate Developer Mode:
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** With Oculus Connect App on iPhone/Android, login with Interaction Station Account (ask at the Station)
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** Select the right Oculus Device
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** More Settings -> Developer mode -> disable
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[[Category:Virtual Reality]]

Latest revision as of 22:53, 21 April 2021

Tilt Brush lets you paint in 3D space with virtual reality.

Tilt Brush

How to import media

On a PC

  • 1. Using File Explorer go to the Tilt Brush Media Library ( Documents\Tilt Brush\Media Library ).
  • 2. Put the file you're importing into the correct folder. (e.g. Images folder for images)
  • 3. In Tilt Brush you can find your files via ... more options -> labs -> Local Media Library

Tips 8-2b.png

On a Oculus Quest

  • 1. Connect the headset to the computer using a usb cable
  • 2. Go to the file explorer on the PC. On mac use Android File Transfer.
  • 3. Go to the Tilt Brush Media Library ( This PC\Quest\Internal shared storage\Tilt Brush\Media Library ).
  • 4. Put the file you're importing into the correct folder. (e.g. images folder for images).
  • 5. If the Quest does not appear, or Android File Transfer is not able to access it, deactivate Developer Mode:
    • With Oculus Connect App on iPhone/Android, login with Interaction Station Account (ask at the Station)
    • Select the right Oculus Device
    • More Settings -> Developer mode -> disable
  • 6. Disconnect the Quest from the PC.
  • 7. Start Tilt Brush and find your files via ... more options -> labs -> Local Media Library (see image above)

How to export media

exporting images, videos and gifs

  • 1. Go to the Tools bar, and select "Cameras."
  • 2. Get what you want to show in the snapshot view, and pull the trigger on the controller.
  • 3. You can swap to video, 5-second gif, and auto-gif by swiping right or left on the touch pad.

exporting 3d models

  • 1. Select "More Options…"
  • 2. Select "Labs."
  • 3. Select "Export."

export 360 degree video

This can be done on a pc. check page 8 of this document

Finding your exports

  • 1. On a pc everything goes to Documents\Tilt Brush. 3D Models are in the folder called "Exports." Images and Gifs are in the folder called "Snapshots." Videos are in the folder called "Videos."
  • 2. on oculus quest connect the quest to a computer and use explorer on a pc, or Android File Transfer on a mac and find things in This PC\Quest\Internal shared storage\Tilt Brush\Media Library
  • 3. If the Quest does not appear, or Android File Transfer is not able to access it, deactivate Developer Mode:
    • With Oculus Connect App on iPhone/Android, login with Interaction Station Account (ask at the Station)
    • Select the right Oculus Device
    • More Settings -> Developer mode -> disable