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Cannot add an Action to my Sequence


Everything else in CinemaVision works perfectly. The only problem occurs when I try to add an Action to the Sequence. 

I have a folder named CinemaVision with all the appropriate sub folders. In the sub folder "actions",  I added the Hue Actions (a1.jpg) and then I updated the Content. The Content Path is ok (a2.jpg). When I add a Action to my sequence (a4.jpg) and try to locate the Action file Path (a5.jpg),  It returns the FUSION folder (a6.jpg) which has nothing to do with CinemaVision folder, where all the action are. (i.e. when I choose to add a video bumber or a music file, it sends me directly to CinemaVision folder. 


Do you have any suggestion?

Thank you.







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Hey there! I think I know what's going on here. Make sure that the disk that you'll use to store your CinemaVision content has been added as a source in the Kodi File Manager. Your CinemaVision content can be stored on local disk, or on network storage. If you're using network storage, make sure that you've correctly configured permissions so that Kodi can read and write to the network location.

  1. Open the Kodi File Manager.
  2. Select Add Source.
  3. Select Browse.
  4. Browse to the root drive or share that you wish to use to store your CinemaVision content and press OK.
  5. Name the source and press OK.

Once the source has been added, which in this case is going to be V:\, you should now be able to browse to the correct location there.

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