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  1. 3 points
    It's been a while since we've released a development build of CinemaVision, but we haven't been sitting idle. The first development release of CinemaVision 1.0.14 has been uploaded to the website. The biggest feature in this release is the addition of Conditional Sequences. One of our most requested features, now attributes can be set on each and every Sequence that will play specific Sequences based on library information about your Feature Presentation. In this release, you can set any of the conditions below, and CinemaVision will do the rest. Type: 2D, 3D and eventually TV Year(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was made in the year(s) defined. Studio(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was made by the studio(s) defined. Director(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was directed by the director(s) defined. Actor(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was acted by the actor(s) defined. Genre(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation is in the genre(s) defined. Date(s): Triggers the sequence if the current date or date range matches the date(s) defined. Time(s): Triggers the sequence if the current time matches the time(s) defined. Use any combination to best match your Sequences, and use date and time to set up your holiday Sequence. Please give us your feedback, and thank you all for the support! View full record
  2. 2 points
    It's been a while since we've released a development build of CinemaVision, but we haven't been sitting idle. The first development release of CinemaVision 1.0.14 has been uploaded to the website. The biggest feature in this release is the addition of Conditional Sequences. One of our most requested features, now attributes can be set on each and every Sequence that will play specific Sequences based on library information about your Feature Presentation. In this release, you can set any of the conditions below, and CinemaVision will do the rest. Type: 2D, 3D and eventually TV Year(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was made in the year(s) defined. Studio(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was made by the studio(s) defined. Director(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was directed by the director(s) defined. Actor(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was acted by the actor(s) defined. Genre(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation is in the genre(s) defined. Date(s): Triggers the sequence if the current date or date range matches the date(s) defined. Time(s): Triggers the sequence if the current time matches the time(s) defined. Use any combination to best match your Sequences, and use date and time to set up your holiday Sequence. Please give us your feedback, and thank you all for the support!
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  4. 2 points
    Finally got my CinemaVision sequences (both 2D and 3D) just right. Thank you to the entire CinemaVision team for working on this superb piece of software. I'm very happy with the result. Below is how my 2D sequence looks. Since we live on McCoy Ave., we've branded our home theater "The McCoy Miniplex" (and you'll see references to The McCoy Miniplex throughout the pre- and post-show). Also, for the purposes of this demo, I removed the "trailer" and "feature" and replaced them with a still placeholder image indicating where they would go:
  5. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    25 downloads

    Fake trailer created by universal for back to future anniversary, just thought someone might want it.
  6. 1 point
    Thanks for the quick response. I am going to try and get an NFS share going on later today and see if that works.
  7. 1 point
    Is there anyway to turn off the "social" feature of this site, on mobile as well on the desktop its really annoying to get the "Facebook, twitter, google+, etc" bar showing up EVERY time you select a new page. Yes I can click the > button but even then the bar is over something I'm trying to read and the second I goto another page, its pops up again. I looked in My Account to see if there was an option to disable it.....I don't know if I'm looking in the right place, but it would be great if the follow us links were at the top of the page or at the bottom, but not following me everywhere I went.
  8. 1 point
    I've been using Yatse alot which is a Kodi remote you can use with your mobile phone. The problem is that it's hard to launch Cinemavision with that remote. I've been in contact with the creator of Yatse to see if there's a way to implement this but his response was that he have been in contact with the author of Cinemavision to receive the proper API but he never heard back. Is that something that can be considered?
  9. 1 point

    Version 1.0.14a4

    2,657 downloads

    This is the latest development release of the CinemaVision add-on for Kodi and is not considered stable. You can download the latest stable release from the official Kodi repository. We Want You... to help us test CinemaVision conditional sequences! Conditional sequences have been one of our most requested features, and after several iterations and a lot of development, we're proud to show you all the feature. Here's how it works: In the Sequence Editor, press C on your keyboard to bring up the context menu. From the context menu, choose Sequence settings. To enable conditional sequences, select Conditions and make sure that Active is set to Yes. Set any of the conditions that will trigger CinemaVision choosing this sequence to play. Type: 2D, 3D and eventually TV Year(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was made in the year(s) defined. Studio(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was made by the studio(s) defined. Director(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was directed by the director(s) defined. Actor(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation was acted by the actor(s) defined. Genre(s): Triggers the sequence if your feature presentation is in the genre(s) defined. Date(s): Triggers the sequence if the current date or date range matches the date(s) defined. Time(s): Triggers the sequence if the current time matches the time(s) defined. Press Backspace on your keyboard. Press C on your keyboard to bring up the context menu. Save your sequence. This isn't our final UI, but we wanted to put this feature in your hands sooner to get things tested thoroughly. Please let us know if you find any bugs or have any issues. Backup Stable CinemaVision If you have been running a stable release, we highly recommend that you backup the script.cinemavision directory located in your userdata\addon_data directory. This will make it easier to roll back to a stable release after you test for us, so you're not dead in the water. Reporting Issues, Errors and Bugs CinemaVision is constantly evolving, getting better and more feature-rich with each release. That said, issues, errors and bugs happen. Reports can be made as a Support Request on this website, in this thread on the CinemaVision forums, or in this thread on the Kodi forums. Since we can't fix the problem if we can't understand what's happening, please be as detailed as possible in your description of the problem. A debug log is ALWAYS required, along with the steps needed to re-create the issue. Follow the guide below to create and upload your log for us to review.