Category Archives: Plex

Plex Framework: Constants

Contants

  • CACHE_1MINUTE = 60
  • CACHE_1HOUR = 3600
  • CACHE_1DAY = 86400
  • CACHE_1WEEK = 604800
  • CACHE_1MONTH = 2592000

 

ClientPlatforms

  • ClientPlatform.MacOSX
  • ClientPlatform.Linux
  • ClientPlatform.Windows
  • ClientPlatform.iOS
  • ClientPlatform.Android
  • ClientPlatform.LGTV
  • ClientPlatform.Roku

Protocols

  • Protocol.DASH
  • Protocol.HTTP
  • Protocol.HLS
  • Protocol.RTMP

Protocols (Old)

  • Protocol.Shoutcast
  • Protocol.WebKit
  • Protocol.HTTPStreamingVideo
  • Protocol.HTTPStreamingVideo720p
  • Protocol.HTTPMP4Video
  • Protocol.HTTPMP4Video720p
  • Protocol.HTTPVideo
  • Protocol.HTTPMP4Streaming

AudioCodecs

  • AudioCodec.AAC
  • AudioCodec.DCA
  • AudioCodec.MP3
  • AudioCodec.WMA
  • AudioCodec.WMAP
  • AudioCodec.VORBIS
  • AudioCodec.FLAC

VideoCodecs

  • VideoCodec.H263
  • VideoCodec.H264
  • VideoCodec.VP6
  • VideoCodec.WVC1
  • VideoCodec.DIVX
  • VideoCodec.DIV4
  • VideoCodec.XVID
  • VideoCodec.THEORA

Containers

  • Container.MKV
  • Container.MP4
  • Container.MPEGTS
  • Container.MOV
  • Container.AVI
  • Container.MP3
  • Container.OGG
  • Container.FLAC
  • Container.FLV

Plex

Plex is one of my favorite Media Server & Client software. I have been actively using it and I highly recommend it for organizing your media files.

Plex Media Server is running 24/7 on my desktop computer, and contents are streamed to my TV via Roku, to my Android phone and iPad locally or remotely. Besides that, I can access my contents online via Plex.tv web interface.

Server: Plex Media Server runs on:

  • Windows
  • Mac OSX
  • Linux
  • FreeBSD
  • NAS (with limited capabilities)

Client: Plex Home Theater (formerly Plex Media Center) runs on:

  • Windows
  • Mac OSX
  • Linux

Client: TV and streaming devices

  • Chromecast (Plex Pass members only)
  • Roku
  • GoogleTV
  • Samsung Smart TV

Client: Mobile Apps

  • Android
  • iOS
  • Windows

Got more information at: https://plex.tv/