Yum Hey Yum, thanks for taking the time to answer my questions/issues.
I understand better now the difference in the two apps, they aren't really different versions, because of the different platforms.
Yum The reason for this is that on Quest version we are seeking for the key i-frame and on Rift version we are seeking the exact frame you are looking for.
*You're saying because of how Quest works, it's impossible to make the backwards seek the exact frame? it can only be key i-frame? that's horrible design by Oculus then, just horrible. I truly hate it working like that. Hopefully in the future you'll be able to find a work around if possible. If so, I'll greatly appreciate it!
Yum Would you mind sending us a video with the subtitle file that has the issue you mentioned?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we could test it and see what's going on.
*As far as the subtitles issue. I wouldn't mind sending it to you at all, just know that in general it has happened to me in all videos/movies I've watched with different subtitles files. I'll send you something when I get home later today.
Will do, thanks!
I will just add a couple more things:
1) I'm glad that at least, while it's not wireless, I can still use the SkyBox Rift version via PC Link with my Quest, that way I can enjoy what I believe to be the much better "App".
2) I've tried to watch a movie yesterday, Matrix [1999, Remastered version, 1080p], I'll remind you I'm new to the Quest 2., and it stuttered. As if it has a little bit of a slow down while playing. I found it odd so I tried a number of movies out to see if it's only that one or overall, and some of them and TV show episodes, it worked fine like I was used to. But I noticed some others stuttered too.
So I went to the Rift app version with the Cable Link to test the same movies, like the Matrix, I've had issues with and it worked smoothly and fine on it. So I believe it's simply the Quest App itself that's the problem.