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As someone who's gone through and changed just about everything in their Kodi library to support the Australian Classification System, it's pretty upsetting to find out that CinemaVision only supports a handful of rating systems. I'm sure i'm not the only one who'd like support for the Australian Rating system, to make their experience much better if they live in Australia like I do. For those who don't know, the Australian Rating system is as follows: AU:G AU:PG AU:M AU:MA15 AU:R18 AU:X18 I've gone through skins I have downloaded and managed to modify the Variables.xml to allow for the AU system, and this is typically as simple as changing Australia to AU, and changing the 'IsEqual' to 'Contains' for R18 and MA15, as they both have a + symbol that Kodi doesn't seem to like. I'm more than a little confused as to how I'd even go about editing CinemaVision to have this support though. With the support, we'd be able to have our own custom bumpers that match our Classification System. Not to mention, I feel like this is also why whenever I set the Trailers to match the feature, the trailers are suddenly skipped, because my movies aren't matching the 'MPAA:' rating that CinemaVision is expecting. Some movies are rated one thing here and another thing in the US, so a film that's been rated PG-13 in the US (to which our equivalent is M) might just be rated PG here. So it's not as simple as changing the images to look like Australia ratings when in reality CV is reading it as the MPAA rating. Thanks for taking the time read, and hopefully we can get some traction going on this!
Hello, CinemaVision is showing "R" rated trailers from he Kodi database on a "G" rated movie. I was able to skip the trailers, but confirmed that it happened twice one movie. Has anyone else had this issue?
Hi all Firstly I'm really pleased to see this work progressing, I like many others I suspect get a real kick out of having friends over, turning on the projector, letting cinema experience run and watching everyone enjoy the experience. For my setup I use CE, have my own downloaded adverts (some cool retro ones), and use most of the functions pertaining to bumpers, ratings, trailers etc, with some retro feature presentation bumpers (think grindhouse) and a trailer bumper I cobbled together myself. For me (I am using Kodi on an ATV1200 running Ember) Cinema experience on the whole works very well.... although i understand this is not the case for everyone. Previously when I was running Kodi on Android CE had all sorts of problems and it has probably taken me more hours than I care to admit to get my setup to the stage it is at now. Anyway! ...to business, my question is that CE currently doesn't to my knowledge recognise BBFC ratings and cannot run the script for the english market. Subsequently I have my films scraped for MPAA and I had to rename my BBFC ratings bumpers to match as close I can the American ratings system. Can you tell me if there are any plans for Cinema Vision to recognise BBFC scraped ratings and will we be able to use the proper BBFC bumper with them? It's the only thing I really think is missing from my current setup..... knowing that mostly the ratings are probably right.... but not necessarily. I know I know.... first world problems.... but it bugs me I'm looking forward to seeing what Cinema Vision offers when it's properly released.... from what I have seen so far it looks a much more user friendly interface than CE so well done! Many thanks for all your efforts on this great project!! Pete
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!