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  1. CinemaVision Add-on Development Release

    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.
     

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  2. CinemaVision Launcher Development Release

    This is the latest development release of the CinemaVision Launcher add-on for Kodi and is not considered stable. The CinemaVision Launcher add-on adds a context menu item for starting your CinemaVision experience from content in your library. Download the stable release from the official Kodi repository.

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  3. CinemaVision Service Add-on Development Release

    This is the latest development release of the CinemaVision Service add-on for Kodi and is not considered stable. The CinemaVision Service add-on will automatically update content for you when you launch the Sequence Editor, when you launch Kodi, when you scan your video library, or on a schedule. More to come!

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  4. Insteon

    These are some examples of actions files that work with Insteon Hubs to control your lighting. You'll need to configure Insteon, and then modify these action files to include the appropriate Hub IP address, scenes, and authentication for what you configured. Instructions are included in each action file.
    Available Actions
    Action File Description Insteon-SceneOn.cvaction Use this to turn on a pre-configured scene. Insteon-SceneOff.cvaction Use this to turn on a pre-configured scene.

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  5. IMAX

    IMAX (an acronym for Image MAXimum) is a motion picture film format and a set of cinema projection standards created by Canadian company IMAX Corporation and developed by Graeme Ferguson, Roman Kroitor, Robert Kerr, and William C. Shaw. IMAX has the capacity to record and display images of far greater size and resolution than conventional film systems. Since 2002, some feature films have been converted (or upgraded) into IMAX format for displaying in IMAX theaters and some have also been partially shot in IMAX.
    IMAX is the most widely used system for special-venue film presentations. As of January 1, 2016, there are 1,061 IMAX theaters in 67 countries.

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  6. Doremi Cinema

    Doremi Laboratories, Inc., often shortened to Doremi Labs, was established in 1985 in Burbank, California, United States. Doremi Labs is a developer and manufacturer of digital servers and format converters for the digital cinema, broadcast, post production and professional A/V markets. They currently produce DCI compliant digital cinema players and 4K solutions.

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  7. RealD 3D

    RealD 3D is a digital stereoscopic projection technology made and sold by RealD. It is currently the most widely used technology for watching 3D films in theaters. Worldwide, RealD 3D is installed in more than 26,500 auditoriums by approximately 1,200 exhibitors in 72 countries as of June 2015.

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  8. Philips Hue

    These are some examples of actions files that work with Philips Hue to control your lighting. You'll need to configure Hue, and then modify these action files to include the appropriate bridge IP address, username, lights and groups for what you configured. Instructions are included in each action file, as well as Hue API references.
    Available Actions
    Action File Description Hue-TriviaLights.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights during Trivia. Hue-TrailerLights.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights during Trailers. Hue-FeatureLights.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights during your Feature Presentation. Hue-SequencePause.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights when you pause your sequence. Hue-SequenceResume.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights when you resume your sequence. Hue-SequenceAbort.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights when you abort your sequence and stop playback. Hue-ColorLoopStart Start a color loop using a single Hue light.
    Start a color loop using a Hue group containing multiple lights. Hue-ColorLoopStop Stop a color loop using a single Hue light.
    Stop a color loop using a Hue group containing multiple lights. Hue-ColorBlueOnFull Set the color of a single Hue light to blue and turn it on full.
    Set the color of a Hue group containing multiple lights to blue and turn it on full. Hue-ColorGreenOnFull Set the color of a single Hue light to green and turn it on full.
    Set the color of a Hue group containing multiple lights to green and turn it on full. Hue-ColorPurpleOnFull Set the color of a single Hue light to purple and turn it on full.
    Set the color of a Hue group containing multiple lights to purple and turn it on full. Hue-ColorRedOnFull Set the color of a single Hue light to red and turn it on full.
    Set the color of a Hue group containing multiple lights to red and turn it on full. Hue-ColorYellowOnFull Set the color of a single Hue light to yellow and turn it on full.
    Set the color of a Hue group containing multiple lights to yellow and turn it on full. Hue-LightsOff Turn off all lights in a group.

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  9. LIFX

    These are some examples of actions files that work with LIFX to control your lighting. You'll need to configure LIFX, and then modify these action files to include the appropriate token, scene UUID,  and duration for what you configured. Instructions are included in each action file, as well as LIFX API references.
    Available Actions
    Action File Description LIFX-TriviaLights.cvaction Activate a specific scene for your lights during Trivia. LIFX-TrailerLights.cvaction Activate a specific scene for your lights during Trailers. LIFX-FeatureLights.cvaction Activate a specific scene for your lights during your Feature Presentation. LIFX-SequencePause.cvaction Activate a specific scene for your lights when you pause your sequence. LIFX-SequenceResume.cvaction Activate a specific scene for your lights when you resume your sequence. LIFX-SequenceAbort.cvaction Activate a specific scene for your lights when you abort your sequence and stop playback. LIFX-BreatheEffect Start the breathe effect using all LIFX lights. LIFX-PulseEffect Start the pulse effect using all LIFX lights. LIFX-ColorBlue Set the color of all LIFX lights to blue. LIFX-ColorGreenOnFull Set the color of all LIFX lights to green. LIFX-ColorPurpleOnFull Set the color of all LIFX lights to purple. LIFX-ColorRedOnFull Set the color of all LIFX lights to red. LIFX-ColorYellowOnFull Set the color of all LIFX lights to yellow. LIFX-Master Use this as an example of how to do several different things with your LIFX lights.  

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  10. AMC Theatres

    These bumpers are used in AMC Theatres.

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  11. Regal Cinemas

    These bumpers are used in Regal Cinemas.

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  12. Cinemark Theatres

    These bumpers are used in Cinemark Theatres.

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  13. M&M's

    These are Video Bumpers featuring our favorite candy characters.

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  14. Universal Devices ISY994i Series

    These are some examples of actions files that work with the ISY994i to control your lighting. You'll need to configure the device, and then modify these action files to include the appropriate IP address, node ID, and password for what you configured. Instructions are included in each action file, as well as ISY994i API references.
    Available Actions
    Action File Description ISY-PreshowLights.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights during Trivia. ISY-FeatureLights.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights during your Feature Presentation. ISY-Master.cvaction Use this as an example reference.

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  15. Kodi

    These are some examples of actions files that work with Kodi to control various settings from within your sequence. You'll need to configure Kodi to allow control via HTTP in order to use them.
    Available Actions
    Action File Description Kodi-EnableAddOn.cvaction Use this to enable a specific add-on by add-on ID. Kodi-DisableAddOn.cvaction Use this to disable a specific add-on by add-on ID. Kodi-EnableRefreshRateSync.cvaction Use this to enable the refresh rate sync setting in Kodi. Kodi-DisableRefreshRateSync.cvaction Use this to disable the refresh rate sync setting in Kodi.

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  16. Easybulb

    These are some examples of actions files that work with Easybulb to control your lighting. You'll need to configure Easybulb, and then modify these action files to include the appropriate MAC address, lights and groups for what you configured. Instructions are included in each action file, as well as Easybulb API references.
    Available Actions
    Action File Description Easybulb-TriviaLights.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights during Trivia. Easybulb-TrailerLights.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights during Trailers. Easybulb-FeatureLights.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights during your Feature Presentation. Easybulb-SequencePause.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights when you pause your sequence. Easybulb-SequenceResume.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights when you resume your sequence. Easybulb-SequenceAbort.cvaction Use this as an example of what to do with your lights when you abort your sequence and stop playback. Easybulb-MoodModeOn Start a color loop using a single Hue light.
    Start a color loop using a Hue group containing multiple lights. Easybulb-MoodModeOff Stop a color loop using a single Hue light.
    Stop a color loop using a Hue group containing multiple lights. Easybulb-Master This Master file contains several example Actions.

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  17. Christie

    The Christie group of companies manufactures DLP projectors and various digital cinema devices, and offers a selection of LCD projectors, line array audio solutions, and collaboration and presentation solutions which are used in various settings around the world. Christie was founded in 1929 and began as a manufacturer of 35mm film movie projectors, lamphouses, lamp consoles and film platter systems. Later, it began importing Japanese-made Xenon bulbs before acquiring the Kitchener, Ontario-based digital projection business of Electrohome Limited in 1999. As the first licensee of Texas Instruments’ DLP Cinema® technology, Christie quickly became a leader in the conversion of 35mm to digital cinema. Today, more than 43,000 cinema screens worldwide use Christie technology.

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  18. Harman Kardon

    Harman/Kardon is a division of Harman International Industries and manufactures home and car audio equipment. It was founded in 1953 by Sidney Harman and Bernard Kardon. The stated product goal of Harman Kardon is the highest possible design quality for the price, rather than unnecessary features.

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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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