Titan BINGIE MOD v1 (UPDATED - 07/24/2020)
(2020-11-07, 14:46)cscott1 Wrote:
(2020-11-07, 12:01)nazim12 Wrote:
(2020-11-07, 11:20)mathu204 Wrote: Can you give an example of editing the xml to add my own smart playlist? Generally i would be able to follow with one example and just apply it to myself, please and thank you
OK , the demo video just posted above was not clear , When you create a playlist using estuary skin , it should not allow you to do things manual like in a video where he said pick the movie one by one referral to your title selected  , but instead , Playlist creation using TAGS works like Auto Selection from your library data base , let say you chooses TAG  " Alien Invasion " then It will instantly recognize  Auto select all Movies of Alien Invasion from your KODI LIBRARY SOURCE ( if any) .

So the Question is from where we can get these thousand of  TAGS ? remember its not in playlist creation .

I created all my Tags myself made easier buy creating lists in Trakt for each specific show I wanted in that widget then scanned that Trakt list into my library and copied it by setting my laptop on my lap with that list and making each individual tag selecting show by show or movie by movie. I learned tags before I learned playlists so I'm not sure they are even necessary but I have them so I use them. If you find a giant list of downloadable tags somewhere Im interested to try them out as well it would definitely make making playlists easier.
Tags can be useful is some cases but in so many cases it's just not necessary. All you're doing is providing a keyword(s) for the smart playlist to search.  That's useful if you think you're metadata doesn't already include this keyword.

Take your 007 tag for example, this is a quick playlist without the tag:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>

<smartplaylist type="movies">
    <name>Everything Bond</name>
    <match>one</match>
    <rule field="plot" operator="contains">
            <value>james bond</value>
            <value>007</value>
    </rule>
    <rule field="title" operator="contains">
            <value>bond</value>
            <value>007</value>
    </rule>
<rule field="movie set" operator="contains">
            <value>bond</value>
            <value>007</value>
    </rule>
    <order direction="ascending">random</order>
    <limit>200</limit>
</smartplaylist>

Simply put, the playlist "Everything Bond" must contain one of the following:  ["James bond" or "007" in plot] or ["bond" or "007" in title] or ["bond" or "007" in Movie set].
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RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by tankman37 - 2020-07-24, 05:20
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by AchillesPunks - 2020-07-24, 06:18
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by tankman37 - 2020-07-24, 07:42
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by AchillesPunks - 2020-07-24, 08:01
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by tankman37 - 2020-07-24, 08:10
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by AchillesPunks - 2020-07-24, 08:12
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 - by tankman37 - 2020-07-24, 09:05
Bom dia! - by kpinheiro - 2020-08-20, 15:21
RE: Titan BINGIE MOD v1 (UPDATED - 07/24/2020) - by HugoL - 2020-11-07, 15:38


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