Archives September 2009

New Plug-in Releases

09.27.09 1 Comment

We’re hard at work on both Plex/Nine and the next Plex/Eight release, which contains (among other things) a few fixes for Snow Leopard issues (no solution for the Apple Remote issue yet, unfortunately). In the meantime, our brilliant group of plug-in developers continues to make available more and more content. Here are the latest four (and many thanks to Jay for the artwork, and to Isaac for being the release manager!). Written by David Bartle, Funny or Die features funny…


Documentation for Plug-in Developers

09.24.09 2 Comments

Since we released the Plex Media Server we’ve received a large number of requests for documentation for the Python Framework used to build plug-ins. That day has finally arrived! We’d like to introduce you to our new Developer’s site, created by James with design help from the ever-talented Alexis. We’re still fleshing out many of the areas of the developer’s site, but the development manual is online, the result of hours of work by James (Framework documentation) and David Bartle…


New Plug-in Release: NME

09.13.09 1 Comment

We have yet another plug-in for your viewing pleasure! We may still be sorting out the Snow Leopard compatibility issues, but that isn’t getting in the way of our plugin developers from making amazing plugins. Written by Jonny Wray, NME brings you the latest music news and reviews, music videos, and gossip.


Plex on Snow Leopard: Issues and Workarounds

09.10.09 17 Comments

Snow Leopard is out, and we just wanted to take a minute and update you all on how Plex runs on this great new OS. Thanks to reports from our users as well as our own testing, we’ve found that Plex seems to have four serious issues on Snow Leopard: Apple Remote issue: Plex is not able to gain exclusive access to the device, which causes the system to see the button presses as well. Our friend Evan looked into…


New Plug-in Releases

09.07.09 13 Comments

We hope everyone has in the US has enjoyed the long weekend with the appropriate mix of alcohol and family. This week brings us three new plugins: First up, written by Sander Spies, is an AVForums.com plug-in. AVForums is a totally free, UK based, independently run resource for people interested in home consumer electronics. AVForums covers all areas of electronic home entertainment including home cinema, DVD, digital photography, camcorders, video gaming, computer hardware and mobile phones. This plugin gives you…