What is Plex? Plex is a popular media player software that organizes your audio and video files so that you can play them on any of your devices. Read on for more info!
What is Plex?
What is Plex? Plex is a piece of software that acts as an interface into all of your stored media content. Just like Kodi, Plex is an interface that organizes and presents audio, video, and picture files. Metadata can be activated in Plex through a source like IMDB or TVDB. Then, all of your video files, TV shows and movies, will have episodes information, pictures, trailers, cast info, and other data seamlessly integrated with it.
How is Plex Different Than Kodi?
Just like Kodi, the Plex software also handles playback of these files by using built-in audio and video drivers (called codecs).
So what is Plex and if you are a Kodi user, what benefit does Plex give you? For starters, Plex is be used on a large number of devices: Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, Apple TV, Xbox One, Playstation 4, and many more.
As well, Plex is built around a media server concept, where your library is be stored in one spot and then grabbed and played from any of your Plex devices! This means that if you watch a show or series on one TV, you can launch Plex on another TV and it will know what you’ve watched and will want to watch next.
Also, Plex has integration with a ton of official streaming apps: Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and others. You can use all of your accounts with Plex as the front-end for a true integrated media experience.
Like Kodi, Plex channels are add-ons that enable you to watch audio and video content from the internet!
Does that answer the question about what is Plex? Interested in trying Plex out? The official website is plex.tv and also have a look around plextips.com for tips, tricks, and Plex news. We want to help make your Plex setup even better.
Note: Plextips.com is a fan website and we have no affiliation with the official Plex team.