Mittwoch, 1. August 2012

Plex Media Server - Seamlessly connect your Plex clients with your local media.. (Free)

Plex Media Server - Seamlessly connect your Plex clients with your local media.. (Free): "

Plex Media Server seamlessly connects your Plex clients with all of your local and online media. The combination of centralized library management, streaming of online content, and powerful transcoding functionality provides an unrivaled level of flexibility and ease of use.

Plex Media Server runs on your Mac, PC, or compatible NAS device and serves your media to all of your Plex clients including Plex-enabled mobile devices and 2011 LG Smart TVs.


  • Effortlessly organize your media into a versatile library
  • Native Cocoa and web-based versions provide local and network access to management features
  • Automatically retrieve metadata from the Internet
  • Complete customization of your library with a few clicks
  • Automatic updates when new local content is added



  • Added (advanced) preference for specifying location of Aperture/iPhone XML paths. The preference is ApertureLibraryXmlPath for Aperture and iPhotoLibraryXmlPath for iPhoto. Yes, we’re going to have an easy way to get at these advanced preferences soon.
  • (Linux) Allow syslog logging via environment variable PLEX_MEDIA_SERVER_USE_SYSLOG. This has been requested for ages.
  • (API) Massive performance improvement for players that ask for paged data (e.g. for Roku). If you have large library sections, you’ll notice a big change; with 1000 items, the page requests are 6 times faster.
  • (API) Added /library/sections/X/{sorts|filters} endpoints for advanced filtering.
  • Sidecar (e.g. SRT) subtitle files work again. Sorry, that was a bad regression.
  • (Windows) Upload speeds from the server were artificially slow in some cases. We’d gotten sporadic reports over the months that upload speeds seemed limited, and we finally managed to track down the issue. The upload speed will now max out your connection, and will take much less CPU as well.
  • A crash when scanning for plug-ins when permissions are wrong.
  • (Mac) Fix some Aperture photos not displaying properly.
  • Library timeline could generate blank items occasionally.
  • Web interface didn’t show added and deleted items properly when scanning.
  • Don’t pass back bogus blank content ratings.
  • (Linux) DLNA icon and server name were missing on some platforms.
  • When overwriting plug-ins, files that don’t exist anymore are deleted.
  • Handle 302 as well as 301 redirects in the image transcoder.
  • When scanning files that had already been scanned, they didn’t end up with thumbnails.
  • Certain image formats (TIFF, BMP, PCX) didn’t get thumb nailed.
  • Fixed sleep prevention, OS X (and possibly Linux) should sleep now.
  • (Windows) Fixed a crash on start.
  • (Synology) DLNA to PS3 wasn’t working.
  • (DLNA) Memory leak in DLNA server process.
  • (DLNA) Fixed PS3 audio dropouts by transcoding to stereo for now in the profile.
  • (DLNA) Fixed evaluation of limitations.
  • (DLNA) Fixed AAC audio not playing to PS3.
  • (DLNA) Build-in profile now supports Samsung SmartTVs (thanks, holzi!)

Mac OS X 10.6.3 or later

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(Via MacUpdate - Mac OS X.)

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