Control Denon (probably Marantz too) AV Receivers with Shortcuts and Siri
Control Denon (probably Marantz too) AV Receivers with Shortcuts and Siri Here's a quick example of turning on a Denon AVR Xxxx series receiver. I don't have a Marantz to test it against but it will probably work with theirs as well since it is made by the same company. It is easy enough to create multiple actions from one by adding additional cmd1, cmd2, etc. to create a pseudo macro. i.e. turn on Denon, change to input CBL/SAT, turn volume to -60dB.... To find additional cmd0, 1, 2, etc: 1. Go to http://yourDenonAVR_IP_Address 2. Turn on the developer menu in Safari 3. Click on something you want to do - e.g. volume up 4. Look at the request in the network tab for index.put.asp and then look at the body of that request and you will find the field you need to set as cmd0, 1, 2, 3, etc.
Control your Sony Android TV
Start the amazon Prime Video, Netflix or YouTube apps if installed on your TV (also from standby), after providing your TV's IP and Pre-Shared Key. They can be changed to any other installed app. As Sony's standard remote doesn't provide direct access to apps outside of Google Play and Netflix, you can use this shortcut instead. For more details, go here.
Theatre Mode (ON or OFF)
Theatre Mode is simple when activated, turns on DND, low power mode and lowers your brightness to its lowest setting. When you turn Theatre Mode Off, it reverses everything back to normal. This isn’t for just a movie night, need a couple hours alone? Want to be left alone? Sky is the limit for why you’d want to activate Theatre Mode! This is another Shortcut By - Sandman -
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Add to Letterboxd Watchlist
Just watched a trailer/teaser of a film and want to add the film to your watchlist? In your browser, just tap the share button and select the Shortcuts app and then this shortcut, or copy the URL (of the article or YouTube video) to your clipboard and run this Shortcut, to automatically search for it in the Letterboxd app and add it to your Watchlist. Works in your browser on articles where the trailer was embedded (i.e. doesn't have to be a direct YouTube link), or directly from the YouTube app. Only works if the source is a YouTube trailer/teaser.