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Registration
After registration you will receive a validation e-mail, and you must validate your account before being able to post on our forum. The username you want to register shall not contain "Administrator", "Admin", "CinemaVision" or any other trademarked, product or company names, unless you are an employee or the owner of that company. In these cases you must still add your own name to these trademarked, product or company names to differentiate yourself as an individual representative of that product or company.

General Rules
Violation of any of the following Forum rules will result in a preliminary warning. If violations continue, the forum user will be banned for one week with a note explaining the reason for the ban. If violations continue, the user will suffer a permanent ban. Additionally, if necessary, a Forum Moderator or Administrator may delete or edit posts or signatures at will and without warning. These enforcement policies are slightly different than the Piracy Rules, so you are encouraged to read both policies thoroughly before posting.

Forums are not static entities. As need arises, these rules may be altered or added to. Exemptions to any of these rules may be granted by Forum Moderators or Administrators.

Conduct

  • Be civil.
  • Polite language is required.
  • Respect the efforts of content creators and developers.
  • Respect the efforts of the Forum Moderators and those answering questions or writing guides. They are working for free in a fairly thankless job.
  • Make an effort to read any sticky threads in the forum you're posting in.
  • Be patient. Please wait at least 24 hours before bumping your own post unless you have new information to add.

No Solicitation

  • Do not try to sell services or hardware to individuals on our forums.
    Exception: If you own a company and want to run a special discount or promotion for CinemaVision forum members in your shop, contact a member of Team CinemaVision for permission first.
  • Do not use usernames to promote your business, product, or website.
    Exception: We make an exception when the username is in relation to a legal non-profit or the company you represent is an official partner or sponsor. Allowed group names must include a personal identifier (e.g. CVSponsor-Bill or Nonprofit-Bill).
  • Do not post donation links directly to Paypal or any other donation collections website.
    Exception: If you are the author of an original work relating to CinemaVision, you may include one (1) direct donation link in your forum post concerning this work.
    You are allowed to post links to other websites, even if those websites have links to donation sites. For example; Wikipedia requests donations regularly, but you are still welcome to post links to Wikipedia. If you’ve written a guide or created an add-on on your site that’s applicable to a discussion, and your site includes a donation option, you are still welcome to post a link to your website.

Posting

  • One topic per thread, please.
  • All posts should be written in English to ensure uniformity and to make the post accessible to the maximum number of people.
  • Choose a descriptive thread title. Descriptive thread titles are not only far more likely to be read, but will rank higher in searches and be more helpful to others with the same problem in the future. Use some of the terms you used in your search queries as a base for the thread title.
  • Be as descriptive and detailed as possible. Assume nothing, there are no mind readers here.
  • Post all the the information requested in the Forum Rules and Sticky Threads, everything you've tried so far, any suspicions you have. Show that you've made an effort on your own. And remember “the latest release” can mean many different things, so be as descriptive as possible in explaining what versions of files, software or add-ons you are using.
  • Don't misrepresent the work of others as your own.

Signatures

  • Please don’t try to draw excessive attention to your signature through use of large characters, unusual fonts, or colors.
  • Images and links advertising add-ons that violate the piracy policy will be removed.
  • Links in signatures to malicious or illegal content and websites will be removed and the offending party will be permanently banned without any refund given.
  • Forum moderators may, at any time, delete or alter your signature without warning.

Piracy Policy
All discussions dealing directly with or linking to software, add-ons, websites, or services that violate US copyright laws ("pirated content") will be closed when a forum moderator has been made aware of them.

  • Discussions for add-ons that link directly to pirated content and enables the user to access that content through the add-on will be shut down.
  • All links to pirated content will be removed.
  • Thread originators or add-on developers may petition Forum Moderators to re-open a thread that was closed if he or she believes an exception applies.
  • Fair use exceptions apply for issues such as small video samples for testing and debugging, fanart and related artwork, video and audio summaries, subtitles, etc.

Advice
How to ask questions in a smart way?
When you ask:

  • Use meaningful, specific subject headers on posts.
  • Be explicit about your question.
  • Be precise and informative about your problem.
  • Include screenshots to aid in problem description.
  • Describe the problem's symptoms in chronological order, and not your guesses.
  • Describe the goal.
  • Don't ask people to reply by private e-mail or private message, keep your inquiry public to help others with the same issue.
  • Courtesy never hurts, and sometimes helps.
  • Follow up with a brief note on the solution if one is found.

Disclaimer
Please remember that CinemaVision is not responsible for any messages posted. We do not vouch for or warrant the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any message, and are not responsible for the contents of any message. The messages express the views of the author of the message, not necessarily the views of CinemaVision. Any user who feels that a posted message is objectionable is encouraged to contact us immediately by email. We have the ability to remove objectionable messages and we will make every effort to do so, within a reasonable time frame, if we determine that removal is necessary.

You agree, through your use of this service, that you will not use this forum to post any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise violate any law. You agree not to post any copyrighted material unless the copyright is owned by you, or by this forum, or is being used in a fair-use context for development.

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About Us

CinemaVision began in 2014 as a collaboration to create content for use with your home theater, offering movie trivia slides and video bumpers. It has since grown to be THE PREMIER WAY to create and customize your preshow experience. Download the CinemaVision add-on for Kodi today from the official Kodi repository, and easily create a sequence of trivia, videos, trailers, home automation triggers and more that will bring the experience of a movie theater straight to your screen!

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