I haven't abandoned the thread. The delays are due to holiday events, slow upload speeds, and an error while uploading. I'm back to work on it.>>803798
Whoops! I automatically assumed you have a VR capable smartphone. It is technically possible to use Cardboard on a computer, but the hoops you would need to jump through aren't worth it. For example, you could tape Cardboard to your monitor, open the video on your computer, and then resize said video accordingly to fit properly.
Assuming you have Windows 10, here is a .webm with a much less painful solution:https://drive.google.com/open?id=1b6nFfEJroXdeTD3fXvuJ4Jv6Y-y4WpYR>>803824
I am not above spoonfeeding, but I will still make fun of people who are this clueless. There are many ways of finding a source.
Are there any context clues or flat-out names in the image? This example has quite a few. "TMA" is the maker, "TMAVR" is the label. The difference is, all of the videos that start with "TMAVR" are made by "TMA", but not all videos made by "TMA" will start with "TMAVR". Consider the label as a particular "flavor". This naming convention is used to help you find what you want specifically. You can use this info over at a place like JAV Library to find more screenshots, a torrent, or possibly a direct download. Here's the page for this one: http://www.javlibrary.com/en/?v=javli4qkqi
Did you click the arrow next to the post number to try to image search for it on Google/IQDB? Doesn't help in this particular case, but it usually works out pretty decently.
Finally, did you read the filename? Since this image has the actual title as its filename, there is no excuse for begging for the source. Goon.