The vCast open beta has come to a close, and we’d like to thank you all for your help, content creation, and feedback!
Since opening vCast in Early Access in December, our eternally creative community have provided us with thousands of hours of entertainment, as well as the data we need to make vCast more than just a broadcast setting.
To expand and improve vCast in line with the mountains of insightful feedback we’ve received, we’ve taken it offline, and have sent it straight back to our innovation labs.
But it will be back soon - with a host of new tools, customisation options and more, enabling each and every one of you to easily create and share original entertainment content in VR.
Until then, here’s what you need to know:
- Until vCast returns, the record function, and ability to let others watch your session live, has been temporarily disabled
- You’ll still be able to view your own vCasts, and edit details such as the vCast name from your library or app.vtime.net
- vTime’s library of vCasts, including the tour and special messages, are still available to view on-demand
- You won’t be able to watch the published vCasts of other vTime users, including friends, until vCast returns
- The ability to create events through app.vtime.net has been disabled for the time being
- All of your vCasts will remain safely in the vTime cloud, waiting for the feature to return, unless you choose to delete them
Make sure you send us your feedback, if you haven’t already. And keep your eyes peeled for news on the full feature launch, coming soon! See you in vTime!