Obviously, the first thing you’ll need to do is connect the Oculus Quest 2 to the computer.
In the file explorer, locate “This PC” in the quick access sidebar for Windows or use the Finder app on Mac.
The Oculus should be listed under devices and drivers. Depending on the computer, it will be called something different. If you have the Oculus app downloaded, then it most likely will be listed as Quest 2.
Since I was a new user and noob at VR anything, I didn’t have it downloaded at the time of this screenshot, hence it being named “MTP USB Device”.
Regardless, open that folder and go into the folder labeled “Internal shared storage”.
For some reason, the photos and videos are saved where I hadn't expected them to. Double click to open the Oculus folder.
Within you’ll find folders for your avatars, screenshots, and videos! Depending on what you’re looking for, you can access these files and edit them as you would with any DSLR or digital camera.
If you’re interested in learning how to take video or screenshots, visit the guides linked below:
The Oculus Quest 2 can be one of the most inclusive gaming experiences.