moderated Re: JAWS and Plex Media Server
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I’d just like to throw a few things out there to clear the waters. Note that I literally got into Plex a few days ago.
You do not need a plex pass to listen to media on a mobile device. A one time fee of $4.99 will unlock it for that and future devices – this goes for the app store and google play store.
I’m not sure what said friend was doing, but it all depends on your upload speed. Obviously if you’re trying to sync a huge movie using your own internet connection it might not be as fast as copying it to one drive.
How are folks using plex on Windows with jaws? How do you find the experience? I should add here that I know you don’t need to pay anything if you’re going from computer to computer – and plex pass is far more than just letting you listen to your own content. It includes a streaming service similar to Netflix, hence the monthly $4.99. This is also clearly spelled out in the support articles.
I’m currently using it with Sonos (the music part) and for my needs it is working quite well. Your mileage may vary, of course, and it all depends on your needs, but I struggle to find something that is as open as this as far as streaming your own media from your home computer to just about any device on the planet that doesn’t involve some ridiculously complex setup. This seems to be a lot of set it and forget it, and the plex server software is web based and very useable with Jaws.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Steve Matzura
Sent: Friday, November 8, 2019 5:23 PM
Subject: Re: JAWS and Plex Media Server
This is clearly off-topic, so if you'd care to take it private to number6@..., I understand.
So, I didn't uninstall, I have a smart television, what do I need to do in order to play media--MP4 and AVI--from my home network to the television using Plex?
On 11/8/2019 5:17 PM, Randy Barnett wrote: