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-This is a README description for Sensible Cinema, the Clean Editing Movie Player (CEM Player)
-
-For installation/download instructions, see http://rogerdpack.t28.net/sensible-cinema
-
-===
-
-CEM Player allows you to use pre-programmed edit lists
-(e.g. Edit Decision Lists [2]) to watch movies that you own.
-I.e. you can watch a DVD while "muting out" or skip certain scenes, deemed objectionable.
-This allows you to sit back and relax as you watch a more "sanitized" showing of your DVD.
-
-It is currently in alpha/beta, and is free (probably both forever, gplv3 license currently).
-It also includes a library of EDL's that go along with various DVD's. We need volunteers/contributors
-to help it grow!
-
-To use, basically install, then insert an original DVD that you want to edited, then run sensible cinema.
-It will pop up some windows where you choose what to do (watch edited, create a new EDL file, etc.).
-
-Note: please install from the zip files at https://sourceforge.net/projects/sensible-cinema/files/
-and not from github's "download" button.
-
-CEM Player has a few "realtime viewing" options available, based on some freely available
-open source popular video players [3].
-
-On a more moral note, just because an edited video lacks profanity/sex scenes...does not
-automatically make it a wholesome experience.
-CEM Player does not necessarily "a clean movie make of a dirty one" even if it can cut profanity.
-Don't watch it if it's not uplifting! Be nice to yourself!
-
-dove.org and common sense media are good references for discovering the "uplifting" level of movies [4].
-kids-in-mind.com is also a good reference for profanity levels, though sometimes it misses profanities,
-and it also lacks timestamps to know when the profanities occur, and doesn't allow for community
-contribution. Hence this project existing.
-
-That being said, some videos are quite enjoyable once you strip out profanity/questionable content.
-It's your call.
-
-Enjoy your movies!
-
-[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_video_editing
-[2] http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/HTML/en/edl.html and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edit_decision_list
-[3] mostly GPL programs, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/ VLC Media Player, Mplayer/mencoder, ffmpeg, et al.
-[4] http://lds.org/library/display/0,4945,161-1-11-1,00.html search for the word "wholesome"
-
-== Installation ==
-
-Installation and usage instructions available here: http://rogerdpack.t28.net/sensible-cinema
-NB that you want to download it sourceforge, not from github downloads.
-
-== Creating Your Own Edit Lists, or modifying previously existing ones ==
-
-Sometimes the movie you want doesn't have an EDL (edit list) available for it yet.
-Not to worry, you can create your own!
-See https://github.com/rdp/sensible-cinema/wiki/How-to-create-your-own-EDL's
-
-== Feedback/Contributing to Development ==
-
-Feedback, including feature requests, comments, etc. all welcome, see contact links here: http://cleaneditingmovieplayer.inet2.org
-
-If you're a developer and want to help out with programmming or look and feel, etc., please do!
-See notes_for_potential_developers.txt file, and also http://github.com/rdp/sensible-cinema for source, and/or
-the wiki there.
-
-If you want to donate something, please consider donating to a charity of your choice.
-No really, feel free, go ahead.
-
-== FAQ ==
-
-Q. How do I watch these on my TV, not just on my computer?
-A. One way is to plug your computer (laptop) into your TV.
- For instance, position a laptop near your TV and hook it in. Newer TV's and laptops are typically compatible.
- Or buy a very long monitor and audio cord and plug it in from your desktop/laptop :)
- You could also buy a projector, attach your computer/laptop to it, and then use that to watch.
- If you're interested in also being able to "beam" it from your computer to your game console (ex: PS3) ping me--I might have
- something in mind that could help, though hasn't been created yet. (Playon.tv does something like this, too, but
- I might come up with a competitor to it if desired, as the existing one costs money).
- Another option is to purchase a clearplay DVD player.
-
-Q. I want to give an edited DVD to a friend, how do I do that well?
-A. Give them the original, non-edited DVD and a link to sensible-cinema's website :)
-
-Q. Can I use this with Windows Media Center?
-A. Yes, in theor you could use one of the existing WMC plugins that allows you to "call out" to a 3rd party software to play your files.
- Then use the "advanced" mode in sensible cinema "create side-by-side EDL file" button to create an EDL for your previously existing file.
- Then make your WMC plugin "call out" to smplayer to play those files (through whatever means it necessary), and
- it will automatically pick up and use the EDL file.
- You could also use the same side-by-side EDL file with XBMC, which also honors them (need at least an Eden release version).
-
-Q. Is it ethical to watch edited movies?
- Well, producers have been making "airplane edited" movies forever... :)
- But anyway if you don't find it ethical, then do yourself a favor don't watch them. I personally like cutting out gratitous profanity from
- my viewing experience.
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Re-edited_film
-
-Q. Can I know if movies in the theaters have profanity in them?
-A. You can--you can download their subtitle file, then use the "part subtitle" button to tell if even movies
- *in the theater* have profanity (this won't help you skip that profanity, obviously, if you go to see it, but it's
- a heads up). Kids-in-mind.com and common sense media reviews are helpful, as well, though sometimes they miss
- profanity words, one or two.
-
-== Caveats ==
-
-NB that "someone" has to first create a edit list, per DVD.
-If one doesn't yet exist for the DVD you want edited,
-you could create it yourself, or employ somebody to create it. Make sure to submit it
-back to us when you're done, so that the rest of the users can benefit from it.
-Fortunately just one person has to do it, once, for everybody to benefit, and the
-editing process is not too bad.
-
-We also have a subtitle parser which really helps locate profanity more conveniently, so that will help you
-build your edit list.
-
-Also note that if your DVD has scratches that cause it to skip, the time signatures will be off,
-so we recommend to always clean your discs first!
-
-== Motivation ==
-
-The initial motivation for the project was that I dislike deity profanity in movies.
-And really any profanity is jarring, if you're not used to it in real life, and can
-put me a bit on edge when I watch an otherwise enjoyable movie.
-Also sometimes producers put in certain bad scenes (ex: scenes involving nudity)
-just to get a desired end rating, even if the rest of the movie is not as offensive.
-
-I once tried Clearplay (a "filter"ed DVD player)
-but (for me) it didn't cut it. It costs money monthly (I'm too cheap to pay--and many
-many other people don't use it because of this...). Casual users no longer have the
-option to buy specific "filters" but are obliged to purchase a monthly subscription,
-so it doesn't make sense financially for many casual movie viewers.
-For instance, if you use redbox every week, and then have to subscribe to clearplay,
-it could triple your total cost.
-Their filters sometimes don't cut out all undesired content (ex: Saints and
-Soldiers left several profanities in...which was unexpected).
-If your standards differ from theirs, I guess you're out of luck.
-Clearplay apparently also runs a rather
-confusing subscription policy, or so I'm told [1], and their DVD players that
-are a bit shaky at times [2], so I'm told. Their DVD players aren't quite as readily accessible (read:
-can't buy them at walmart), nor as cheap to buy as some others.
-Clearplay also doesn't seem to have much community collaboration/review (though you can email them feedback).
-They also did't have filters for all movies that I, at times, wanted to watch edited (Condorman and Tron
-lacking last time I checked...probably because they were too
-obscure. Also it doesn't have filters for educational videos, etc.)
-If there isn't a filter, you basically have to request one and then *hope* they get around to it.
-It might take a bit longer than you'd hope (read: years). Or it might never be made.
-Also, some people watch movies only on computer, and they
-no longer seem to offer a computer player, just hardware players. They also don't edit streamed
-online movies either (last time I checked, anyway), nor offer an edited blu-ray player.
-I also emailed them once (2003?) to inform them I'd be making an open source
-equivalent, and haven't heard back, which I assume to mean implicitly
-they're all for it (in reality this project is more like in-home cleanflicks than clearplay, anyway)
-Also clearplay isn't quite flexible enough, editing out only profanity/sex/violence et al (and based
-only on their own criteria). Some users may want to,
-for example, skip the intro's to specific movies (like older movies with long songs and no
-content during the intro) because...they want to get to the movie faster.
-Or skip commercials in some personal DVD recording.
-Or use it on their home dvd's. Clearplay does not allow for any of these.
-Also clearplay doesn't seem to users for example leave comments on their filters, to improve them, etc.
-Also you can't tell from clearplay's list whether a DVD is absent because it's clean, or because they
-haven't done a filter for it.
-Also sometimes certain DVD's "don't work" with clearplay for some reason (rental versions?) [3]
-As a friend once said "Clearplay is a bit of a hassle to use in today's day and age.
-It should either have wireless or an ethernet port on it. I should
-enter my login credentials to the box. When I stick a move in, it
-should go to the website and download the filter."
-Clearplay's player apparently only works for region 1 DVD's.
-Clearplay doesn't work for straight "movie files", for instance a download of the free movie "sintel" etc.
-Also owning a Clearplay player takes at least a marginal amount of technical expertise (fails the "grandma"
-test) https://plus.google.com/u/0/112065817515875981770/posts/UeSPiYYTDfV .
-
-So overall I wanted to build my own that overcame some of these hurdles.
-Because at least for some people if there is any cost associated, they will not consider it, so freer might be
-better.
-
-I also wanted to get a prototype out there of some ideas so that
-others can't later patent them and pretend that they were first inventors later :)
-
-See also the "Overly Verbose History" section in the history_and_related_works_list.txt file.
-
-[1] http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002YPRW7S/ref=cm_rdp_product
- "...I agree that it is not made clear on their website that if you don't continue your membership, you can't continue
- to use the [previously downloaded] filters"
-
-[2] http://deseretbook.com/ClearPlay-HDMI-DVD-Player-30-Day-Trial-Membership/i/5038491
- "We bought a clearplay player about 2 years ago. It worked great, until it just stopped working. I called their support line,
- and they told us the model we got was defective, and that the new one was much better and we could get it at a discount, but
- the next one just died also."
-
-[3] http://blog.clearplay.com/2010/02/time-travelers-wife.html comments
-
-== History ==
-
-See the file history_and_related_works_list.txt for an overly verbose history.
-Also see the file change_log_with_feature_list.txt.
-
-== Related Works ==
-
-See the file history_and_related_works_list.txt
-
-== License ==
-
-See the included LICENSE.TXT file for licensing and usage terms (basically it's released under gplv3).
-Some other programs are (distributed separately and) used, if present. These are
-typically released under their own copy of the gplv2 license, though some have differing licenses.
-
-EDL files themselves are released under the Creative Commons License, however.
-See first also the file "is_it_legal_to_copy_dvds.txt" for more information on legal use in your country.
-
-== Troubleshooting ==
-
-See the file documentation/troubleshooting.txt, or contact (see the feedback/development section).
-
-== Thanks ==
-
-Thanks to Jarmo for the win32-screenshot gem, the mini_magick gem authors, jruby guys, etc.
-The combination of these tools made programming this actually something of a pleasure,
-and a breeze cross platform.
-CEM Player leverages code from lots of other projects (see LICENSE.TXT)--many thanks to
-the authors and maintainers of said libraries, and anybody else I forgot to mention.
-CEM Player also includes a conglomeration of the good ideas from several people who contacted me
-over time. Thanks for your contributions.
-
-== Competition/re-use of files ==
-
-Note that competition/use of files from sensible cinema is welcome!
-
-In fact, the current end goal is to publish the edit lists (EDL's) to a separate repository with its
-own API under the CC license, meaning that even "for profit" users can use them for whatever other use they want, hopefully
-good uses :) More direct direct competitors are also welcome here. I only made this because I had to
-and nothing like it existed, so if something else springs up, I'm actually happy to use it instead, too.
+This is a README description for Sensible Cinema, the Clean Editing Movie Player (CEM Player)
+
+For installation/download instructions, see http://rogerdpack.t28.net/sensible-cinema
+
+===
+
+CEM Player allows you to use pre-programmed edit lists
+(e.g. Edit Decision Lists [2]) to watch movies that you own.
+I.e. you can watch a DVD while "muting out" or skip certain scenes, deemed objectionable.
+This allows you to sit back and relax as you watch a more "sanitized" showing of your DVD.
+
+It is currently in alpha/beta, and is free (probably both forever, gplv3 license currently).
+It also includes a library of EDL's that go along with various DVD's. We need volunteers/contributors
+to help it grow!
+
+To use, basically install, then insert an original DVD that you want to edited, then run sensible cinema.
+It will pop up some windows where you choose what to do (watch edited, create a new EDL file, etc.).
+
+Note: please install from the zip files at https://sourceforge.net/projects/sensible-cinema/files/
+and not from github's "download" button.
+
+CEM Player has a few "realtime viewing" options available, based on some freely available
+open source popular video players [3].
+
+On a more moral note, just because an edited video lacks profanity/sex scenes...does not
+automatically make it a wholesome experience.
+CEM Player does not necessarily "a clean movie make of a dirty one" even if it can cut profanity.
+Don't watch it if it's not uplifting! Be nice to yourself!
+
+dove.org and common sense media are good references for discovering the "uplifting" level of movies [4].
+kids-in-mind.com is also a good reference for profanity levels, though sometimes it misses profanities,
+and it also lacks timestamps to know when the profanities occur, and doesn't allow for community
+contribution. Hence this project existing.
+
+That being said, some videos are quite enjoyable once you strip out profanity/questionable content.
+It's your call.
+
+Enjoy your movies!
+
+[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_video_editing
+[2] http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/HTML/en/edl.html and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edit_decision_list
+[3] mostly GPL programs, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/ VLC Media Player, Mplayer/mencoder, ffmpeg, et al.
+[4] http://lds.org/library/display/0,4945,161-1-11-1,00.html search for the word "wholesome"
+
+== Installation ==
+
+Installation and usage instructions available here: http://rogerdpack.t28.net/sensible-cinema
+NB that you want to download it sourceforge, not from github downloads.
+
+== Creating Your Own Edit Lists, or modifying previously existing ones ==
+
+Sometimes the movie you want doesn't have an EDL (edit list) available for it yet.
+Not to worry, you can create your own!
+See https://github.com/rdp/sensible-cinema/wiki/How-to-create-your-own-EDL's
+
+== Feedback/Contributing to Development ==
+
+Feedback, including feature requests, comments, etc. all welcome, see contact links here: http://cleaneditingmovieplayer.inet2.org
+
+If you're a developer and want to help out with programmming or look and feel, etc., please do!
+See notes_for_potential_developers.txt file, and also http://github.com/rdp/sensible-cinema for source, and/or
+the wiki there.
+
+If you want to donate something, please consider donating to a charity of your choice.
+No really, feel free, go ahead.
+
+== FAQ ==
+
+Q. How do I watch these on my TV, not just on my computer?
+A. One way is to plug your computer (laptop) into your TV.
+ For instance, position a laptop near your TV and hook it in. Newer TV's and laptops are typically compatible.
+ Or buy a very long monitor and audio cord and plug it in from your desktop/laptop :)
+ You could also buy a projector, attach your computer/laptop to it, and then use that to watch.
+ If you're interested in also being able to "beam" it from your computer to your game console (ex: PS3) ping me--I might have
+ something in mind that could help, though hasn't been created yet. (Playon.tv does something like this, too, but
+ I might come up with a competitor to it if desired, as the existing one costs money).
+ Another option is to purchase a clearplay DVD player.
+
+Q. I want to give an edited DVD to a friend, how do I do that well?
+A. Give them the original, non-edited DVD and a link to sensible-cinema's website :)
+
+Q. Can I use this with Windows Media Center?
+A. Yes, in theor you could use one of the existing WMC plugins that allows you to "call out" to a 3rd party software to play your files.
+ Then use the "advanced" mode in sensible cinema "create side-by-side EDL file" button to create an EDL for your previously existing file.
+ Then make your WMC plugin "call out" to smplayer to play those files (through whatever means it necessary), and
+ it will automatically pick up and use the EDL file.
+ You could also use the same side-by-side EDL file with XBMC, which also honors them (need at least an Eden release version).
+
+Q. Is it ethical to watch edited movies?
+ Well, producers have been making "airplane edited" movies forever... :)
+ But anyway if you don't find it ethical, then do yourself a favor don't watch them. I personally like cutting out gratitous profanity from
+ my viewing experience.
+ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Re-edited_film
+
+Q. Can I know if movies in the theaters have profanity in them?
+A. You can--you can download their subtitle file, then use the "part subtitle" button to tell if even movies
+ *in the theater* have profanity (this won't help you skip that profanity, obviously, if you go to see it, but it's
+ a heads up). Kids-in-mind.com and common sense media reviews are helpful, as well, though sometimes they miss
+ profanity words, one or two.
+
+== Caveats ==
+
+NB that "someone" has to first create a edit list, per DVD.
+If one doesn't yet exist for the DVD you want edited,
+you could create it yourself, or employ somebody to create it. Make sure to submit it
+back to us when you're done, so that the rest of the users can benefit from it.
+Fortunately just one person has to do it, once, for everybody to benefit, and the
+editing process is not too bad.
+
+We also have a subtitle parser which really helps locate profanity more conveniently, so that will help you
+build your edit list.
+
+Also note that if your DVD has scratches that cause it to skip, the time signatures will be off,
+so we recommend to always clean your discs first!
+
+== Motivation ==
+
+The initial motivation for the project was that I dislike deity profanity in movies.
+And really any profanity is jarring, if you're not used to it in real life, and can
+put me a bit on edge when I watch an otherwise enjoyable movie.
+Also sometimes producers put in certain bad scenes (ex: scenes involving nudity)
+just to get a desired end rating, even if the rest of the movie is not as offensive.
+
+I once tried Clearplay (a "filter"ed DVD player)
+but (for me) it didn't cut it. It costs money monthly (I'm too cheap to pay--and many
+many other people don't use it because of this...). Casual users no longer have the
+option to buy specific "filters" but are obliged to purchase a monthly subscription,
+so it doesn't make sense financially for many casual movie viewers.
+For instance, if you use redbox every week, and then have to subscribe to clearplay,
+it could triple your total cost.
+Their filters sometimes don't cut out all undesired content (ex: Saints and
+Soldiers left several profanities in...which was unexpected).
+If your standards differ from theirs, I guess you're out of luck.
+Clearplay apparently also runs a rather
+confusing subscription policy, or so I'm told [1], and their DVD players that
+are a bit shaky at times [2], so I'm told. Their DVD players aren't quite as readily accessible (read:
+can't buy them at walmart), nor as cheap to buy as some others.
+Clearplay also doesn't seem to have much community collaboration/review (though you can email them feedback).
+They also did't have filters for all movies that I, at times, wanted to watch edited (Condorman and Tron
+lacking last time I checked...probably because they were too
+obscure. Also it doesn't have filters for educational videos, etc.)
+If there isn't a filter, you basically have to request one and then *hope* they get around to it.
+It might take a bit longer than you'd hope (read: years). Or it might never be made.
+Also, some people watch movies only on computer, and they
+no longer seem to offer a computer player, just hardware players. They also don't edit streamed
+online movies either (last time I checked, anyway), nor offer an edited blu-ray player.
+I also emailed them once (2003?) to inform them I'd be making an open source
+equivalent, and haven't heard back, which I assume to mean implicitly
+they're all for it (in reality this project is more like in-home cleanflicks than clearplay, anyway)
+Also clearplay isn't quite flexible enough, editing out only profanity/sex/violence et al (and based
+only on their own criteria). Some users may want to,
+for example, skip the intro's to specific movies (like older movies with long songs and no
+content during the intro) because...they want to get to the movie faster.
+Or skip commercials in some personal DVD recording.
+Or use it on their home dvd's. Clearplay does not allow for any of these.
+Also clearplay doesn't seem to users for example leave comments on their filters, to improve them, etc.
+Also you can't tell from clearplay's list whether a DVD is absent because it's clean, or because they
+haven't done a filter for it.
+Also sometimes certain DVD's "don't work" with clearplay for some reason (rental versions?) [3]
+As a friend once said "Clearplay is a bit of a hassle to use in today's day and age.
+It should either have wireless or an ethernet port on it. I should
+enter my login credentials to the box. When I stick a move in, it
+should go to the website and download the filter."
+Clearplay's player apparently only works for region 1 DVD's.
+Clearplay doesn't work for straight "movie files", for instance a download of the free movie "sintel" etc.
+Also owning a Clearplay player takes at least a marginal amount of technical expertise (fails the "grandma"
+test) https://plus.google.com/u/0/112065817515875981770/posts/UeSPiYYTDfV .
+
+So overall I wanted to build my own that overcame some of these hurdles.
+Because at least for some people if there is any cost associated, they will not consider it, so freer might be
+better.
+
+I also wanted to get a prototype out there of some ideas so that
+others can't later patent them and pretend that they were first inventors later :)
+
+See also the "Overly Verbose History" section in the history_and_related_works_list.txt file.
+
+[1] http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002YPRW7S/ref=cm_rdp_product
+ "...I agree that it is not made clear on their website that if you don't continue your membership, you can't continue
+ to use the [previously downloaded] filters"
+
+[2] http://deseretbook.com/ClearPlay-HDMI-DVD-Player-30-Day-Trial-Membership/i/5038491
+ "We bought a clearplay player about 2 years ago. It worked great, until it just stopped working. I called their support line,
+ and they told us the model we got was defective, and that the new one was much better and we could get it at a discount, but
+ the next one just died also."
+
+[3] http://blog.clearplay.com/2010/02/time-travelers-wife.html comments
+
+== History ==
+
+See the file history_and_related_works_list.txt for an overly verbose history.
+Also see the file change_log_with_feature_list.txt.
+
+== Related Works ==
+
+See the file history_and_related_works_list.txt
+
+== License ==
+
+See the included LICENSE.TXT file for licensing and usage terms (basically it's released under gplv3).
+Some other programs are (distributed separately and) used, if present. These are
+typically released under their own copy of the gplv2 license, though some have differing licenses.
+
+EDL files themselves are released under the Creative Commons License, however.
+See first also the file "is_it_legal_to_copy_dvds.txt" for more information on legal use in your country.
+
+== Troubleshooting ==
+
+See the file documentation/troubleshooting.txt, or contact (see the feedback/development section).
+
+== Thanks ==
+
+Thanks to Jarmo for the win32-screenshot gem, the mini_magick gem authors, jruby guys, etc.
+The combination of these tools made programming this actually something of a pleasure,
+and a breeze cross platform.
+CEM Player leverages code from lots of other projects (see LICENSE.TXT)--many thanks to
+the authors and maintainers of said libraries, and anybody else I forgot to mention.
+CEM Player also includes a conglomeration of the good ideas from several people who contacted me
+over time. Thanks for your contributions.
+
+== Competition/re-use of files ==
+
+Note that competition/use of files from sensible cinema is welcome!
+
+In fact, the current end goal is to publish the edit lists (EDL's) to a separate repository with its
+own API under the CC license, meaning that even "for profit" users can use them for whatever other use they want, hopefully
+good uses :) More direct direct competitors are also welcome here. I only made this because I had to
+and nothing like it existed, so if something else springs up, I'm actually happy to use it instead, too.
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+#define AppVer "0.41.0"
+
+#define AppName "Sensible Cinema"
+; AppId === AppName by default BTW
+
+[Run]
+; a checkbox run optional after install, disabled since it has a console...
+; Filename: vendor/jruby-complete-1.7.0.jar; Description: Launch {#AppName} after finishing installation; WorkingDir: {app}; Parameters: -Ilib bin\startup.rb --background-start; Flags: nowait postinstall
+
+[UninstallRun]
+
+[Files]
+Source: *; DestDir: {app}; Excludes: releases; Flags: recursesubdirs
+Source: README.TXT; DestDir: {app}; Flags: isreadme
+
+[Setup]
+AppName={#AppName}
+AppVerName={#AppVer}
+; someplace editable...
+DefaultDirName={%HOMEPATH|c:\}\{#AppName} v{#AppVer}
+DefaultGroupName={#AppName}
+UninstallDisplayName={#AppName} uninstall
+OutputBaseFilename=Setup {#AppName} v{#AppVer}
+OutputDir=releases
+
+[Icons]
+; extra space hopes to make it appear at the top...
+Name: "{group}\Run Sensible Cinema"; Filename: java.exe; WorkingDir: {app}; Parameters: -jar vendor/jruby-complete-1.6.2.jar -Ilib bin\sensible-cinema
+Name: "{group}\Run Sensible Cinema in advanced or create mode"; Filename: java.exe; WorkingDir: {app}; Parameters: -jar vendor/jruby-complete-1.6.2.jar -Ilib bin\sensible-cinema --create-mode
+; IconFilename: {app}/vendor/webcam-clipart.ico
+Name: {group}\Uninstall {#AppName}; Filename: {uninstallexe}
+
+[Messages]
+;ConfirmUninstall=Are you sure you want to remove %1 (any saved videos will still be left on the disk)?
+;FinishedLabel=Done installing [name]. Go start it from your start button -> programs menu, and add some cameras!
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