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Local Trailers not playing from directory


I would like to play local trailers that i have in a singular directory. 

I want to be able to just dump trailers in and delete them from this folder to control what trailers could play. i plan to have a revolving 10 files. The issue is that if i select the directory nothing plays. if i select an individual file it will play fine.

the actual files for the trailer are not named in any particular way. I did try adding -trailer to the file name just to see but that didnt help


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What version of CinemaVision are you using?  Have you updated the content in CinemaVision?

CV was created with the expectation that you'll primarily have static content or go back into it to configure when you add something and update the content.  If you don't want to do that you'll have 2 options. 

The first is to use the service.  I haven't tested it in a while and don't know if it works properly in 18.  I know it doesn't work in 19.

The other option would be to name our files trailer1.type, trailer2.type, etc.  And then just overwrite the files when you add new ones so that CV's content list won't need to be updated.

Let me know if this works or if you need more help.


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