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  1. Is there anyone maintaining the website or who has access to ? There is a glitch in uploading PLS files under playlist section says it has to be a PLS but it doesnt matter it wont except it ..
  2. you can make your own PLS file How to Make a PLS File for a Stream PLS files are audio metafiles that contain information about a playlist of music files or the URL of a streaming server. These text files can be created in a text editor, like Windows Notepad, then uploaded to a server. If you create a link to the PLS file on your website, then click the link from within a web browser, the browser will launch your default MP3 player and connect it to the streaming audio. Step 1 Open Notepad. Type "[playlist]" and press "Enter." Step 2 Type "Number of entries=1" and press "Enter." Type "File1=http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxx" with "x" being the IP address of your server and the port number of the stream. For example, if you are creating a PLS file for a Shoutcast server at, type "File1=" if your Shoutcast server is running on the default port. Press "Enter." Note that all commands should be typed without the quotation marks. Step 3 Type "Title1=A Name For Your Stream." For example, if your stream is called Smooth Jazz Radio, type "Title1=Smooth Jazz Radio." This title appears in the player while playing the stream. Press "Enter." Step 4 Type "Length1=-1." The Length function tells the MP3 player how long to play before switching to the next entry. A length of "-1" means that the player should ignore the Length function and play till the stream ends. Press "Enter." Step 5 Type "Version=2" to designate the file as a Version 2 PLS file. Click "File," then "Save" and save the file with a name of your choosing. If you are streaming at multiple bitrates or in multiple formats, you should name the PLS file based on the format and bitrate. For example, a 64K bitrate MP3 stream might be called "64kMP3.pls." Step 6 Upload the file to your website and create a link to the file. If your host is smoothjazzradio.com, for example, and you upload the file to the root directory of the website, the link would be "http://www.smoothjazzradio/64kMP3.pls."
  3. if you could get a Playlist (PLS) file of the stream i wouldnt see why not
    another great set .. Thank you ..
    Great Set of slides .. Thank you ..
    Nice .. keep them coming..
    Great set Thank You ..
    another great one thank you !
  4. Yea its a skin .. So I tried formatting it and it worked for awhile and now back to the bars Tried updating kodi to 18.8 same thing work for awhile and now black bars .. i can change the aspect ratio and it changes whether its on top or bottom.. i don't know why it would change after a certain time after formatting
  5. 18.7 but i didnt update kodi Updated No limits Magic 13.2 to 13.4 and now im getting black bars on the top or on the sides it seems random .. But every one of my slides are 1920 by 1080
    Thanks for the slides !! Very Nice...
  6. Need help , i updated my build on Kodi and now all my trivia slides appear different sizes all my slides are 1920 by 1080 .. I check the minimize black bars setting in kodi tried is on 0% and on the 20 % no change i dont know what im missing .. Any help would be appreciated

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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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