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Plex Media Server

Plex Media Server


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Plex Media Server is an application that allows you to make your PC media server. After installing the program and make the necessary settings, you'll be able to access multimedia files with other computer devices. It is very convenient, for example, if you have several computers at home and want to listen to music or watch a movie, being on another PC. There is no need to transfer files with an external drive. When using Plex Media Server, access to all available information is provided directly.

The program has a nice user interface, which also affects the convenience of its use. a separate folder can be selected for each type of media content to which will have access to other members of your small network. Configure all necessary configuration is performed via a web interface. In addition, special plug-ins can be supplied if you wish, you can connect to a computer anywhere in the world using the internet. The application is cross-platform - runs on the operating systems Windows, Linux, Mac OS and Android.

Key Features
available for different platforms;
It allows access to the contents of the computer, not only over a local network, but also via the Internet;
It makes it easy to view videos stored on your computer hard drive with SMART TV;
It has an attractive user interface.

Whats New

(PLEASE NOTE) Please also be patient when updating to this version if you have a very large database and allow the upgrade process to finish.
Rename ‘un/played’ to ‘un/watched’ terminology for video types (PM-1042)
We have identified an issue where automatic updates were not respecting custom paths for existing Windows 64-bit installs. Unfortunately, any automatic fix would introduce security vulnerabilities so we encourage users who installed in a custom path to uninstall and then manually reinstall Plex Media Server.

(Auto Update) Custom install paths are not respected when auto-updating on 64 bit Windows. (PM-1143)
(CreditsDetection) Retry detection only a limited amount of times on failures (PM-1093)
(DB Optimize) Server could become unresponsive during a DB optimize in certain circumstances (PM-1129)
(History) Query parsing would return Bad Request when encountering includeFields arguments.
(History) View history would yield fewer entries than requested (PM-1306)
(Loudness Analysis) Some files could cause errors when preforming Loudness Analysis. (PM-627)
(Mac) Linker optimization would incorrectly generate code that would cause the server to unexpectedly exit while syncing view state. (PM-1308)
(Nvidia Shield) Running on Nvidia Shield would result in ‘core component problem’ error. (PM-1364)
(Push Notifications) Used expensive DB query during playback progress notifications (PM-1166)
(Thumbnails) Thumbnails were not properly updated when underlying file changed (PM-1162)
(Trailers) Premium trailers and extras could fail to load (PM-1347)
(Transcoder) On Windows, headless (no display attached) Nvidia cards were not recognized (PM-962)
(Transcoder) On Windows, the first Intel device was used for transcoding regardless of which Intel device was selected (PM-962)
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