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script.kodi.raspbee.ambilight

A Kodi add-on that controls Raspbee Bridge. In "Theater mode" the add-on dims the the lights as soon as a movie starts playing, and turns the lights back on once the movie is done. "Ambilight mode" turns your lights in a room-sized ambilight.

script.kodi.raspbee.ambilight project is a Raspbee specialized fork of @cees-elzinga 's and @michaelrcarroll 's original work.

1.0 Release

Check out the release version in the Releases section.

Debugging

Please turn on Debug Logging through the addon (Configure -> Advanced Settings -> Debug Logging) and follow the procedure at http://kodi.wiki/view/Log_file/Easy to upload a log file. Provide a link to your logfile in the issue.

Installation

The add-on depends on the Kodi add-on "requests" for the ambilight mode.

Kodi add-on script.module.requests

  • Download the add-on as a ZIP file from https://github.com/beenje/script.module.requests
  • (Right click on the "ZIP" icon and select "Download Linked File").
  • Open Kodi
  • Go to System -> Settings -> Add-ons -> Install from zip file
  • Select the zip file.

Kodi add-on script.kodi.raspbee.ambilight

  • Download the add-on as a ZIP file from the top of this page
    • (Right click on the "ZIP" icon and select "Download Linked File")
  • Open Kodi
  • Go to System -> Settings -> Add-ons -> Install from zip file
  • Restart Kodi and configure the add-on:
  • System -> Settings -> Add-ons -> Enabled add-ons -> Services -> Kodi Philips Hue
  • Run Start auto discovery of bridge IP, bridge Port and User.

Note for Raspberry Pi users:

  • Save the add-on configuration by exiting Kodi before shutting down the Pi completely
  • Ambilight mode doesn't work on a Raspberry Pi due to the way it renders video
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