Archives November 2011

Plex Media Center v9.5.2 ~ Smoked Wild Boar Edition

11.28.11 88 Comments

There are lots of goodies in this release, but never before have I felt that one small image had the potential to bring such great joy to our users as this one: That’s right, our good friend Ryan took a break from saving people’s lives to add refresh rate switching. On TVs that support it, this means perfect 24p playback with nary a shudder, judder, or stutter. I have an old Sony TV set and it works great, taking under…


Plex Media Server v0.9.5.2 ~ Tofurky Edition

11.28.11 30 Comments

It’s been just a short month since our last major release, and we’re back with a bunch of bug-fixes and enhancements that taste great, yet contain no tryptophan, no side of mushy mashed potatoes, nor any boring conversation from Aunt Millie. We hope all our US users had a great Thanksgiving weekend! Since it has moved to shipping separately, the Plex Media Server is now a much better standalone application, with support for autoupdate and starting at login. NEW: Sparkle…


Email videos to your myPlex Queue

11.20.11 11 Comments

Hello again, myPlexians! (myPlexers? myPlexites? Hmm…) Andre here again, back from working hard in the myPlex fields with a juicy harvest. As part of our ongoing efforts to make adding videos to your queue as easy as possible, we have set up a newer, friendlier way. Every myPlex queue now has an email address. To find out what your queue’s email address is, just visit the queue help page. The email address on that page is unique, and adds videos…


myPlex Queue API How-to

11.12.11 20 Comments

Hi Guys! AndrĂ© here, taking a break from working on myPlex to give you an update on how it’s going. Since we launched almost two weeks ago, myPlex has gotten off to a very rousing start. Sophisticated and good-looking Plex users (that’s all of you) have been queueing videos from all over the internet to watch later in one of the many Plex clients. Enterprising Plex users have even created Chrome and Safari extensions to allow queueing videos directly. Those…


Inverse Goldilocks

11.02.11 22 Comments

I know it’s been a rather busy week here at Plex, but we have one more exciting bit of news for you that we wanted to share. As you know, we really like giving you a choice of platforms and devices on which to enjoy your media, and we’re adding a new one to the list today: Google TV. As you all know, unless you’ve been living under a tech rock, Google is pushing out Google TV 2.0 with support…