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30 days free Plex Pass w/code
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Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
Use code TOUCHDOWN for first month free on £3.99 monthly deal Gives you free 30 days subscription - don’t forget to cancel otherwise you’ll pay £3.99 rolling subs Just doing it … Read more
hacksaw_jim

From what I’ve read, it’s a one man show but the dev is constantly working on new features. Useful ones too that users are requesting (such as an EQ), not just cluttering the app up with free stuff that nobody is fussed about like Plex XD He’s quick to respond to mails too, I contacted him with a query, got a reply back same day. Thumbs up so far.

Nealjane100

Totally forgot about that app! - that May just do me as only want ability to download my plex music for the kids really (only thing missing was ability to alter sound output etc)

hacksaw_jim

I nearly picked up a Plex pass a couple of weeks ago when I had an account specific discount, mainly for the ability to sync music to my iPhone. Instead, after a bit of Googling, I picked up an app called Prism Music that connects to your Plex server and lets you sync your music to your phone (without any transcoding). Think it was 5 quids (Plex pass would’ve been £59!). Nice clean interface too. Defo worth a look, think there’s a free 7 day trial.

NRE123

Ok not for me then..prefer online streaming that setting up PC etc

Legendkiller2k

plex does have content of it's own a live channels nothing exciting but not too shabby either.

Plex Lifetime Pass £59.37 @ Plex - new subscriptions (maybe account specific)
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Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
Check your email. A discount code included. I've had the free account for a while now. However wasn't used much and after a recent new build installed plex and imported my librar… Read more
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pillow

As others have said, cancel and wait a few months and you will likely get one. I cancelled after paying monthly for about 7 years. Cancelled end of April and got this offer mid-July.

ra11

i took this so i could connect my RPI TVHat using tvhProxy but struggling to get the XMLTV.XML file / URL to work

budduk

I paid for a month back in June and cancelled. Just playing the waiting game now (hoping that hasn’t ruined my chances)... Getting the newsletter i.e recently had the emails about live tv etc. 🤞🏻

Koocha

Switched from Plex to Jellyfin about a year ago and couldn't be happier. Remote connections and live TV (if you've got the hardware). Completely free and regularly updated. jellyfin.org/

Peter9588

Use firecore for download content as did have trouble with Plex sync on and off. Seemed good, but wouldn’t sync watched status back to the Plex server

Plex Yearly Pass (Normally £48) - £31.99
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Posted 9th JulPosted 9th Jul
This seems like an OK deal - Maybe not as good as the lifetime deals that are sometimes available but could be worthwhile for some. There's also a free version which is actually ve… Read more
ra11

Just a random email - apparently they just send from time to time. I’ve had free fir years

helicon9

Did you get an email directly from Plex with the code? We're you previously a monthly/yearly subscriber? Just wondering who they're sending out codes to. I had a Tidal/Plex Pass trial which ended a few weeks ago and I was hoping they might send me a lifetime code to tempt me back! Really want a lifetime Plex pass so I can use PlexAmp.

mc0uk

I used to love Plex and had a lifetime sub for years but since it got involved with podcasts and tidal it's become s**t to be honest.

scav

I use Plex on the iPad (paid app) and only have Plex free to stream videos remotely. At home every room is setup with Kodi and NextTV PVR and Emby add-ons. Amazon echo uses the free Plex skill to stream music with very limited accuracy, e.g Ask Plex to play AC/DC actually plays Altern8 ?! Other then streaming live TV not sure what benefit I would gain from a Plex Pass ?

Space_Man

Yea it’s only to your account. I also bite the bullet and bought it for this price.

Plex lifetime offer - £59.37 using code (new accounts only)
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Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Plex lifetime offer - £59.37 using code (new accounts only)
£59.37
Hey guys, After missing out (for probably years!) on a Plex lifetime offer, I cancelled my sub maybe a month or so ago and they've emailed me today with a lifetime offer code whic… Read more
adam_1001

yeah seems to be - I've seen others in the past others have shared, and it's been hit and miss whether it works for some people or no one... but after taking the approach of cancelling a monthly sub and waiting, they then emailed me a code so would recommend doing that.. painful really, should offer it to folk who are long standing supporters (by any means) but I guess that's business!

ra11

So these are simply emailed to existing free accounts : and therefore can’t be shared?

PenguinsForAll

Plex is free but unless you have your own library or someone has shared theirs with you then there isn't any use having it really!

vegalz0r

Yes

umar

Thank you so it is not really worth paying for i only watch tv/programs at home

Lifetime PLEX pass for £79.16 - Plex
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Lifetime PLEX pass for £79.16 - Plex
£79.16£94.9917%
To celebrate STAR WARS day, for the next 24 hours, get a lifetime Plex Pass for $99.99 (about £80). Price is usually £95 for lifetime. I am sure there must be a UK equivalent, but… Read more
Danielle71

Maybe if they learnt how to administrate a server they would do well.... No need for dvr etc.. I run it as it was built for.. I'm not claiming everything is OK I'm stating facts, it is OK and has been for years apart from the mentioned blip.. I doubt you would be able to read the logs in any meaningful way... Cheerio...

JudgeSweeny

Never said you were lying, what I am saying is that you are perhaps not using Plex in the way that others are, with managed (home) users, DVR etc. Logging on to Plex.tv (which a majority found up and down last night) to reclaim your server is not going to fix issues for the likes of those I mention. So you can't really claim everything is working OK when you can't be bothered reading what effect yet another major outage, that has happened time and again, has caused a great many users to experience. As for your logs, time for me to log off this conversation. Enjoy your perfect Plex lol.

Danielle71

Why do I need to read when I have a well used server? I am telling you what happens here, as I said a friend messaged me to say she was having a problem I looked at the sever via local ip saw it had kicked me out, relogged in to plex.tv reclaimed my server via local ip sorted... That is one of the few problems I have had in six years, no fangirl stating facts... Even offered up my logs... I can't vouch for anyone else how they have set up plex but in MY experience no such problems.. With anything you’ll always find people moaning it's the nature of the beast. BTW running ubuntu 16.04 sever edition no x server (gui) no special mods running an old gen 8 micro server with 16gb matched ram, 4x WD reds 4tb each and a 500gb boot drive running the stable version of plex (not plex pass version) Stop making out I'm lying please!

JudgeSweeny

Obviously you haven't a clue what problems happened last night? The fact you jumped straight onto my comment dissing them says a lot. Why don't you read up on what Plex and their archaic money grubbing method actually caused last night when their server went down, even for users who have supposedly whitelisted local access? Didn't help those with managed users, they couldn't access their own local content. Etc etc. For the time Plex has been out it is a disgraceful mess. As I said, I'm quite happy to let others see for themselves what a buggy mess it is. Why don't you contribute on the relevant threads I posted, I'm sure everyone that had problems last night will be pleased to hear of your 2 minutes of trouble in the last 6 years lmao. You can offer your miracle tips that very many users seem to have missed... 6 months worth of Plex is just about enough for me, I've already ditched the TERRIBLE DVR, the media playing botch job will be next.

Danielle71

Obviously that's why you have lots of problems and I don't.... Offered the logs.

Free 30 day Plex Pass with code
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Free 30 day Plex Pass with code
FREE£3.99
Plex is a home media server solution. I just set one up and have been impressed with the free version. Keen to try the paid for features, this offer has come along at exactly the … Read more
geralddelapascua

yes, that's what I have tried, I have used a raspberry pi 3b+ which seems to work fine, perhaps a little slow, the raspberry pi 4 should be a lot quicker, if I grow to like it I'll upgrade to one of those, but I had a number of 3's around the house so using them at the mo. It's got enough power to drive a 2.5" hard disk, so can store a lot of media on it. the good thing about a pi, is the very low power usage, meaning you can leave it on all the time. the bad things I guess it won't support many streams at once, and a bit thing with plex is that it transcodes your media to suit your target device, the pi isn't powerful enough to do this. This doesn't seem a problem with a home setup, because the tv can play all resolutions. but if you start trying on non hd tablets/phones, I guess the server won't be powerful enough and it won't work. However a rpi seems the best way to dip a toe in and try it out without going to great expense. If you don't like it, you can always use the pi for kodi or another product.

geralddelapascua

The point as I see it of plex is that you set up a server with all your content on it then you can view it from any device, so you have a server, then clients, now many smart tv's have the plex client built in, or installable, so with one server you can then get content everywhere, even outside the home I believe (though not done yet, paid for option probably ?), however the min you get all excited and start installing clients on phones/ipads, it tells you you either have to have a plex pass or you have to pay a one off fee per device. So that's the deal, disappointed that I have missed the may the 4th deal, but I've only just got a basic system running on a raspberry pi, so perhaps a bit early to commit to a lifetime pass anyway. I will try the month free at some point, and even pay for a few months if I like it, and wait for another deal,

Frankie77

Code not valid for me but probably because I used a code before. I only need the pass so I can search subtitles. Can't believe I have to pay for that feature now. Looking for an alternative platform.

ThAbAdGeRiNgBaDgEr

I will give that a try, thanks.

Stitch123

As long as the computer is on it will still act as a server and play to your phone.

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FREE 30 Day Plex Pass @ Plex with code
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Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
Good to see this promotion back on again. Those already familiar with plex like myself will know there is also a free version available to use. This is a great wat to try the pre… Read more
Boringgit

Can I have some of what you are smoking?

Ensignvorik

plex isn't like hulu or netflix, you need to provide your own media for it, so i'd say don't bother.

Ema_J

:| have you tryed pluto tv

Ema_J

(popcorn) :o iv got it on my roku got account basic but as im not sure if i want hulu or plex or netflix i dont wana b paying just see wot kinda stuff i shows but i dont wana b putting payment in yet so can any1 tell me if i put that code in it will show wots wot

Frankie77

Thanks. The subtitle search function is only on Plex Pass. Will see if I can find more subtitles with that. They are lacking in a lot of my files,

Plex Live TV free For 3 months @ Plex
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Plex Live TV free For 3 months @ Plex
FREE£14.97
Plex Live TV is free for the next 3 months. From The Website If you have an HD antenna and tuner, then now you can stream your free live TV to all your devices without Plex Pa… Read more
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JudgeSweeny

The Live TV is fine (if you don't rely on the guide to be accurate more than, say, 80% of the time). The DVR is still garbage, check their forums for the proof.

whiteswan

Hi Okay had 2 months on this Plex Live TV free offer and I have sound it flawless. Using a mixture of android devices, pc's, roku's, tv's with plex clients etc to watch the content and not had 1 crash in the 2 months - the DVR is not part of this offer so can't comment on it. Maybe they gave the 3 months free as they have ironed out all the bugs - only slight annoyance is the few seconds when you change channels to actually get a picture.......... Any feedback from anybody else ? Dave

sabresonic

Hey thanks for replying, much appreciated. That's really useful info and if I need to invest in a new NAS will no doubt help me make an informed choice...though I think I need to look at / understand 'transcoding'...but I guess I have a bit of time on my hands at the moment like a lot of us!! Thanks again! (y)

JudgeSweeny

I've had several Synology NAS units over the years, and as I was after transcoding I plumped for the 1019+ in my latest "upgrade" (would have stuck with my "better" 1517+ but hey ho). Probably upgrade again this year if the new models live up to their hype. This might be useful in determining what meets your needs: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MfYoJkiwSqCXg8cm5-Ac4oOLPRtCkgUxU0jdj3tmMPc/edit#gid=1274624273 A big list of what can do what (although knowing Plex it may not be definitive) from https://support.plex.tv/articles/201373803-nas-compatibility-list/

sabresonic

I believe I did the very same thing @meherenow ...i.e. about a year ago bought a lifetime pass which was on offer courtesy of some fine HUKD members post whilst under the influence of a significant amount of red wine!! (at 52 and with underlying health problems it may not have been the wisest investment if the hope was to have a product that would have ironed out a 'few' annoying issues in the very near future/my lifetime LOL! Overall though, despite the Live TV feature that I haven't even looked at, I don't think its a bad app, anyone in their early 20's/30's may even get some VFM if they bag one of the occasional lifetime pass offers It works well with my (relatively low spec'd Acer Aspire XC-603) HTPC but the Plex server is running on my now somewhat dated (9 years) but pimped Dell XPS 8300 i7 desktop (It has a couple of SSD's and memory is bumped from 4GB to 16GB...which I think is all it will take, the media is kept on a few attached external drives). My three kids can all access via their Android and Apple tablets but I'd rather not have my XPS running all day and night and probably consuming a huge amount of energy (money) and therefore not very environmentally friendly. I have a couple of (again dated) network storage devices - a dual bay Zyxel NSA 320 and a single bay Zyxel NSA 310 plus an Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive. I'd like to move the Plex server onto a NAS and just connect it to our router (Living near Hull in East Yorkshire, unlike everywhere else in the UK who has BT as their landline phone provider, we have Kingston Communications (KC), which means we can only source our broadband from KC...unless you live in this area you won't have noticed but when you sign up to a broadband provider in the small print it says you must have a BT line...which we don't! So we have to take our broadband from KC as well as landline. However, despite some pretty poor CS scores they do have some of the fastest fibre broadband available in the UK and we are on an 'estimated' 200Mbs download/35Mbps upload package. I wondered If you, @edanfalls or one of the other knowledgeable contributors to this post (I'm no IT guy) might know whether any of my existing NAS drives would run Plex Server if not...maybe suggest an 'entry level' / cheap NAS (just lost my job, thank you Corona, but grateful only my job) that would? I did have some grand ideas of getting a Synology NAS but those have been shelved for the time being, ideally I'dlike to use what I have but realise that might not be possible?

Plex Passes gifts - lifetime: £71.24, 1 year: £31.99, 3 months: £11.99. Offer ends 20/12
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Posted 18th Dec 2019Posted 18th Dec 2019
Plex Passes gifts - lifetime: £71.24, 1 year: £31.99, 3 months: £11.99. Offer ends 20/12
£71.24
You’re about to be known as a connoisseur of gift giving. With a new Plex Pass, your friends and family will get exclusive access to our newest apps and features, the ability to sy… Read more
paulj48

I'm sure if you are the type of person running your own Plex server then you already have 'access' to any movie they want anyway (or the means to do so)

devlino

As above, they have their own movies now, the UK selection is rubbish but USA has some good stuff, Terminator for one.

LolekUK

Plex new feature - movie library - legit cloud content https://www.plex.tv/en-gb/blog/boom-we-just-dinosized-your-movie-collection-for-free/

mgk

What do you mean more movies? I only use Plex to sever my own media. Aware there are addins like Kodi for dodgy downloads...is that what you meant?

demondoguk_

Interesting idea

Plex Lifetime pass £71.24
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Posted 18th Dec 2019Posted 18th Dec 2019
Plex Lifetime pass £71.24
£71.24
Get a Lifetime Plex Pass at 25% off of the original price for a limited time! Use code PLEXIVUS2019 at checkout! Happy Christmas all :)
soton26

It would have been more helpful for you to say that hardware transcoding is available for free on an extremely small subset of hardware but clearly being obtuse is your thing. You're not a member of OcUK are you..?

paulj48

We must have a different meanings of obtuse then as I was factually correct and someone else had to correct you on your misinformation.

dragon97

Oh aha. I did not know until I was reading it one day and thought that's good then. I don't own a shield though

soton26

Fair enough, that makes sense then! Paul was just being obtuse.

dragon97

https://support.plex.tv/articles/115002178853-using-hardware-accelerated-streaming/ Special devices Some specific devices make use of Hardware-Accelerated Streaming by default. These are special cases, in that an active Plex Pass subscription is not required for the functionality. NVIDIA SHIELDWD My Cloud Pro PR2100WD My Cloud Pro PR4100 Tip!: On these specific devices, a Plex Pass subscription is not required. Hardware-Accelerated Streaming is turned on by default for everyone on these devices

Plex Lifetime Premium Pass £71.24 @ Plex (New Subscribers Only)
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Posted 20th Nov 2019Posted 20th Nov 2019
Plex Lifetime Premium Pass £71.24 @ Plex (New Subscribers Only)
£71.24
Got an email today; Happy birthday to us! Ten years ago, we hired our first Plex employee and officially incorporated as the little media company that could. To celebrate, we’re o… Read more
popolou

Seems they now have free movies to stream which is an interesting update. Open to all users even without a PP.

Koyakami

I use Plex Pass simply cause I have it on various devices. Phone, iPads, windows and I paid £100 I think in a sale and still think it was worth it! Shame I didn’t get this email to pass along to family and friends!

freyabo

Ah, okay. In that case, I too have no idea what the reference means. (confused)

davetothemac

Yeah I know that, but what’s it in relation to streaming music, he says it like it’s a site or something.

freyabo

Oh my f***ing god :D

FREE Plex Pass - £0.00 - 30 Days @ PLEX (with code)
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Posted 17th Nov 2019Posted 17th Nov 2019
Plex is a super powerful tool for accessing all your own films, photos and music from just about any of your digital devices. It automatically catalogues all your media in a really… Read more
Koyakami

Love Plex :D I paid monthly for the Plex Pass but decided to just buy the lifetime as it worked out cheaper in the long run - wouldn't look back!

mange

Yes, tried capitals. Just glad I didnt pay for a year or lifetime.

demondoguk_

I recently added mine on again. Worked fine. Did you use capital letters?

realtek

Hi, I had this issue too and I found out what was causing it. Its because the DVR/TV Source has a limit in plex and the device providing the channels exceeds the amount Plex can support. The fix was to remove some of the channels directly from the DVR before it gets to plex. I posted the fix here: https://forums.plex.tv/t/there-was-a-problem-saving-your-dvr-please-try-again-fixed/479762 I've not seen this fix be mentioned anywhere on the internet and spent hours looking at it. It became apparant after I installed Plex on another Server which had the same issue. The common link remaining was the DVR and noticed some new freeview channels pop up which is why it stopped working after months of use. Removed some of the channels and it worked

mange

I did try that. Also tried the various postcodes I have lived in. Also tried changing country, and various part postcodes in other countries, just so I could get past it , and finish the setup. Nothing worked then, or today when I tried again.

Lifetime PLEX subscription for only £59.37 with code at Plex
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Posted 25th Aug 2019Posted 25th Aug 2019
Lifetime PLEX subscription for only £59.37 with code at Plex
£59.37£94.9937%
Enter "PLEXFORLIFE" for a massive 37% off the usual price of £94.99
JudgeSweeny

I wish I had never bothered wasting my money on a lifetime PlexPass - it is one buggy mess - unintuative and my missus has just gave up on it and gone back to our tried and tested vanilla Kodi/SPMC where she can pause her programme for 10 minutes and come back and it just plays instead of sitting there with a spinning circle. Don't get me started on the DVR - I've moaned over on the Plex forums where nobody in any kind of authority cares. 3 weeks with Plex and that's enough for me lol.

moob

Thanks mate. I'll have a look, I use the Plex server on this machine which I installed in the usual way. I never knew there was an alternative. Edit - just found out mine had the update bug so I've fixed that by editing the registry. Hope this helps Thanks again

Danielle71

I use my phone and a chromecast

ttttd

Making a few assumptions here but you shouldn't be getting stuttering for h.264 1080p content on that CPU. If you're running Windows then update your drivers and try the new Plex app which has better support for hardware decoding than Plex in a browser.

moob

Hi, could you please recommend a decent, cheap unit that would be adequate for playback? I've been running a gigabyte brix with 8gb ram and a celeron J1900, and it's kinda choppy at times.

24 hr Father's Day Offer! 17% off lifetime Plex Pass - £78.37
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Posted 16th Jun 2019Posted 16th Jun 2019
24 hr Father's Day Offer! 17% off lifetime Plex Pass - £78.37
£78.37£94.9917%
Father's day deal for the lifetime Plex Pass - 17 % off until 8am 17/06/2019 Not the greatest deal but the first public one we've had In past year or so (confused) First post so… Read more
sliyk

Oh man. Would like to get Plex pass but the current price is way too high

Toma58uenaventur

Geuinely have no idea, this was the first I'd seen in about 2-3 years

sliyk

When is a deal like this going to come again?

JoeBoJoe

I surprisingly just got that same offer today. I'm still not totally sold but maybe I'll give it a go for that price.

coalfield

Not sure what charity shop you go to, but Mary Poppins and Watership down are surely on your plex!

TIDAL HiFi + Plex Pass 3 months Free @ Plex TV
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TIDAL HiFi + Plex Pass 3 months Free @ Plex TV
FREE£59.97
You can currently pick up 3 months of Plex Pass + TIDAL Hifi - usually costs £19.99 a month. You have 2 choices - whichever catches your fancy : The Plex Pass gives you access… Read more
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nutcasey

I'm only seeing it for one month. Is anyone else seeing it for 3 months?

bitcoin5

Fab deal, but just so much explicit content on Tidal, its hard to stop it, even with the adult / obscenities filters on!! :(

nufc4life1982

Anyone know how to cancel this as I’ve cancelled the tidal sub but can’t seem to cancel the plex pass part

purelombardi

Does my plex pass sub stack? It seems like it's ending next month despite my having just subbed to the tidal premium deal.

dragon97

Heat added, thanks :)

Lifetime Plex Pass $74.99 = £59.37
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Posted 27th Feb 2019Posted 27th Feb 2019
Lifetime Plex Pass $74.99 = £59.37
£59.37£94.9937%
Just had an email from Plex with an offer of a lifetime plex pass for $74.99 which works out at £59.37 when clicking the link in their mail... Offer valid until 11:59 PM PacificTi… Read more
scaryprowler

Just bought at $74.99, transaction shows £56.76 via US with fee free card. Not too shabby!

rnem170

I hadn't subscribed to the best of my knowledge.

FoSho

Do you have to be subscribed to the newsletter to have a chance at receiving a code? Or would it not be classed as a newsletter email?

solid

What does Emby charge for access your media while out and about?

Typey1

I changed to Emby and found its better than plex. You can control users and what they see, which i now use with the kids. More features than plex, better layout , i was won over. Just my opinion

Plex Pass - 1 Month Free
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Posted 24th Feb 2019Posted 24th Feb 2019
Plex Pass - 1 Month Free
FREE£3.99
1 Month Free via link - found via plex news advert no good for me as i already have a lifetime pass, but hopefully if may help some of you https://plex.tv/1monthfree Once you… Read more
neva2bizy

Oh yeah, I do miss the transcoding!

Jake4_

There are reasons to have Plex, for example the transcoding, live TV, DVR (recording live TV) plus a app that works on nearly all devices that came out in the last 3 years.

neva2bizy

Or hook up OSMC on a Raspberry Pi and do away with subscription nonsense.

Mrrsoles

Plex client update on my SamsungTV is pants. It's laggy and has started crashing. Not great

drewbles82

I've been tempted by this before. I want to turn my entire dvd collection into files but it's the cost of everything, harddrive, router with usb etc

Plex Lifetime Pass 25% off - £71.24
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Posted 19th Dec 2018Posted 19th Dec 2018
Plex Lifetime Pass 25% off - £71.24
£71.24
Back by popular demand! For a limited time, a shiny new Lifetime Plex Pass can be yours for US $89.99*. Holiday travel is a breeze with Mobile Sync, just one of the awesome fea… Read more
Beano007

Ah, Gottcha, yes the qnap direct installation was a bit of a pain and gets very few updates. I currently run it from a Linux installation (client?), on the nas instead. Much easier set up, more stable and is the latest version.

Berwhale

You can install Microsoft Office on a Windows Server. it doesn't make Microsoft Office a server application. Kodi is still primarily a client app and is designed to run as a client with keyboard, mouse or IR remote input (yes, I know you can enable the web interface, but it's not on by default). On the other hand, Plex server can be installed directly from the app store and is designed to be run via the web interface out of the box. Whilst it's possible to get Kodi running on QNAP, its no longer supported QNAP; I believe that Asus and Thecus are the only major NAS manufacturers that provide official support. BTW - have nothing against Kodi, I ran XBMC for several years; I recently setup a standalone PC with Kodi for a relative because all they needed to do was watch stuff on TV connected to the PC.

Beano007

I run kodi on my qnap. Isn't that a server?

bally12345

Plex app on my Fire 10 Tab hasn't worked since 27th November update. Keeps crashing. Despite positing in their forums no reply no fix in sight.

Berwhale

Plex has separate client and server versions. Plex server allows you to run a central media server, e.g. on a NAS. Kodi is just a client (although it can be an UPnP server). This is why I switched from XBMC (precursor to Kodi) to Plex 6 years ago.

Plex Pass Generic Code 25% Off - £71.24
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Posted 15th Nov 2018Posted 15th Nov 2018
Plex Pass Generic Code 25% Off - £71.24
£71.24£94.9925%
I’ve just received an email offering 25% discount using code FLASH25OFF. Generic code so should be available to all.
solid

New offer for anyone who missed it https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/plex-lifetime-pass-25-off-7124-3144459

markymids

No longer valid - anyone know of any other codes?

Cybirea

Thanks again, I’m not sure it would be worth it, sometimes the effort involved is greater than the savings, especially with my family and IT. They all think they know better and it normally gets really confusing. Many thanks for the advice. ^_^

nathstevenson

I had to reinvite them Second issue I discovered is that transferring the library triggered all devices to resync all content which for me meant a lot of conversion for my little Mac mini to do

Cybirea

Thanks for this, trying to scrape up enough money to take the plunge and thought I’d check but I have a monthly subscription and it fobbed me off. If I do manage to buy the lifetime it means I can swap it over. Did you have to re-send invites to users or just add email addresses to a list? my Dad and Sister were a nightmare to add and I’m not sure it’s worth saving £20 to go through that again. ^_^

Plex Lifetime Pass £59.37 via email coupon - Check emails
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Plex Lifetime Pass £59.37 via email coupon - Check emails
£59.37
Just got an email from plex to get full lifetime plex subscription for $74.99 which equates to £59.37 when you change your country to the UK. The vouchers are account specific and … Read more
Realinho

@Rathore I feel silly for asking this, but where exactly do you opt-in on marketing emails? I searched everywhere but could only find an option to subscribe to their newsletter.

LOL_is_stupid

Ah, nice. They argued the toss with me and said only people who’d never once subscribed would get that mailshot/code.

Uridium

I subscribed for 2 months, cancelled and got a lifetime offer a few months later. I'm now a Plex "lifer"

hyper_pm

Can someone pass me a spare code? I know it's probably account specific, but it worth a try!

hyper_pm

Cancelled mine 2 months ago after 3 years. still waiting for a code from them (annoyed)

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