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Is there a way to manually change resolution from 1080p to 3D in Kodi?



Kodi seems to have miscategorized a bunch of my 3D movies as 1080p instead. The problem is that when I play these movies, CinemaVision must see them categorized as 1080p and then CinemaVision (understandably) fails to play my sequence for 3D movies.

Is there a way to manually change the resolution for a movie in my Kodi library? If so, that seems like it would be the cleanest solution to get CinemaVision to recognize that my 3D movies are, in fact, 3D.

Thanks a bunch!


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7 hours ago, aufvr said:

Never mind. Found this really helpful entry in the Kodi Wiki on how to manipulate the file name so that it will properly categorize 3D movies: http://kodi.wiki/view/3D#Video_filenames_flags

The problem is all resolved now.

Great find, glad you got it fixed. We actually have a guide that outlines those best practices too!


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