I guess I tried that. I have checked and unchecked every box, but as long as I check one of them, all my movies becomes restricted. Lets say i’m checking the “unrated” box, then every movie in my database becomes restricted.
Try checking ALL of the boxes EXCEPT the ratings you want to require a pin. The way james explained it is that when you check a rating, that rating CAN be played without a pin code. The rest of the list that IS NOT checked WILL require a pin code.
I’m just guessing but I too read it backwards a few times before I realized how it’s supposed to work per james’ post.
Ah… Now I see! It all makes sense.
And yes, this could be translated different. As it is now, it’s actually got two different meanings, and it sounds something like: “age restrictions” and “allowed ratings”. So in my understanding you restrict one place, and allow in the other.
Furthermore, we do not have this letter-rating system in Denmark (and the rest of Europe?) where we use ages like 7, 11, 15 and 18.
So right now there’s no way to see, that one setting is for tv-shows, and one for movies. But I’m glad I found out
Infuse 5.3 does include support for localized movie ratings, however this would only apply to new content or videos you use the ‘Edit’ option on as this will refresh the metadata. Of course you could refresh info for all your files via the Settings > Clear All Metadata option, but that may be a bit extreme.
PS - If you happen to have a translation suggestion for the allowed rating options I’d be happy to pass them along.
It doesn’t seem to work for German metadata. I have set Metadata Language to German and reset Metadata of my movies. Afterwards I still can only grant access to “not rated” or all movies. I have completely tagged my movies and the Apple TV 4 media player minds these settings.