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Plex Media Server

Date: 24th August 2013

Duration: 41:32

Show ref: SCOM0414

Plex is a complete solution for local and online media. It's been a couple of years since I abandoned Plex and stuck with a rigid 100% Apple solution for my media playback, the main issue being playing content on the AppleTV.

However, recent developments in the Plex ecosystem has caused my to re-evaluate my stance and convinced me to return to Plex. Boy, has it changed and improved! Plus, it's now possible to configure your Apple TV to access your Plex Library, along with virtually every other device.

In this show, I take you through digitising personal media such as DVDs and Blu-Rays in preparation for creating your digital media library in Plex. I also demonstrate installing the Plex Media Server, and take a brief look at configuring your Plex Media Server and using various clients for playback.

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Plex for iOS

Date: 24th August 2013

Duration: 17:01

Show ref: SCOI0125

Plex is a complete solution for local and online media. Following on from this week's Mac show, I demonstrate the capabilities of the Plex App for iOS.

As a universal app, it works on the iPad, iiPhone and iPod touch, allowing you to access and stream media from your pled Media Library. With the addition of a PlexPass subscription, you can even sync media from your Plex Media Library, direct to your iOS device for offline viewing.

Add in a free myPlex account, and access your Plex Media Library remotely across Wifi or Cellular.

It also acts as a remote for your Desktop media player.

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QuickTime X vs QuickTime 7

Date: 27th January 2012

Duration: 34:59

Show ref: SCOM0331

Quicktime is the foundation of Apple’s multimedia offerings. With the introduction of QuickTime X in Snow Leopard, Apple have begun the process of re-writing QuickTime from the ground up.

As a result, many of the original capabilities of the QuickTime 7 player have been left out of the latest version of QuickTime X. This first part of a two part series takes a look at both QuickTime X and QuickTime 7, and examines the features still available via the legacy player.