What is PLEX?
Plex is a client-server media playback system founded in 2008 with an additional software package.
The Plex Media Server desktop application runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux. The server desktop application organizes video, audio, and photos from a user's collections and online services so players can access and stream content.
There are official clients for mobile devices, smart TVs and streaming boxes, as well as many third-party alternatives.
A free Plex subscription includes more than 80 live TV channels and a growing catalog of web shows, news and podcasts, including more than 14,000 free movies and shows on demand from content providers such as Warner Brothers, Crackle, Lionsgate, MGM and others.
Plex can be used completely without any costs
Some of the are features only usable with a paid Plex Pass subscription
With Plex you have a streaming app for your own content
A good streaming or network device can cost a few hundred euros.
Plex has an app for iOS, Android, Windows and Amazon devices.
The media agent needs a lot of Server side resources. With all possible features activated you need a better server which costs a lot of money
The Plex app is available for Amazon FireTV
Information like movie posters, synopses and actors etc are automatically added to the media...
Using Plex is completely legal for your own content
The backup copies of purchased movies can be super managed with Plex
You basically can unsubscribe from all other Streaming Plattforms and save a lot of money