Simply put, RasPlex lets you turn your TV into a Smart TV. Similar to the AppleTV, but completely free and open source, RasPlex is basically a set-top box. Once RasPlex is stable, it will have support for legacy console game emulation (NES, SNES, etc), as well as Plex Channels (Netflix, Crackle, Youtube, etc). In due […]
A Plex Client for Samsung TVs and BluRay Players has been released. Plex for Samsung → Plex is my favorite Media Center Solution. I have it running on a Mac Mini and it plays nice with my LG Smart TV, MacBook Pro and all my iOS devices. A Windows version of the server component is […]
At home I have a pretty neat media center setup if I say so myself. The core of the whole setup is a Mac Mini running Plex, which indexes all media that I have. To watch any media I either use Plex.app on the Mac Mini itself (or Plex.app on any other Mac in my […]
One word: DLNA. Plex is my favorite Media Center Solution. I have it running on a Mac Mini and it plays nice with my LG Smart TV, MacBook Pro and all my iOS devices. And if you jailbreak your AppleTV2, it’s also compatible with that. A Windows version of the server component is also available.
Work in progress: Extensive instructions on how to install Siri (+ some work in progress into steering iTunes from Siri) can be found at Jailbreakmatrix.
Joe Hewitt, on the future of the Apple TV: I’ve been reading a lot of speculation recently about what a future Apple TV might look like. Not nearly enough of these analyses have talked about AirPlay. It’s clear to me that AirPlay would be so important to the Apple TV, you might as well call […]
Today, on the Plex website: Laika is coming! 10/11 Plex about to go cloud based? The countdown to November 10 has started 🙂 A Postcard → Be sure to read my blogpost in which I praise the technical structure of Plex 9 to find out why I am (and you should be) such a Plex […]
Great PHP app/script which will export your Plex library (or that of a device running Plex Server within your network) and generate a nice browsable static version of it. Great stuff!
About two months ago Plex/Nine, the most awesome Mac Media Center solution for OS X out there, was released. The release was an entire overhaul of the Plex/Eight code and basically had — featurewise — nothing new to offer (heck, even some stuff that worked before didn’t work anymore!). However, this release got me very, […]