(2013-09-26 02:05)pumkinut Wrote:
(2013-09-25 23:40)Budwyzer Wrote:
You can stand by what you say all you want, that does not make you correct.
(2013-09-25 23:05)nickr Wrote: No you don't need to learn to use myql. You need to learn to cut and paste some commands from a wiki page.
So then I am aware, and I stand by what I said.
- The GUI on the server is really easy to manage and has nice features
- Automatically stores your current location in media to be resumed from another client
- Can stream media over the web via MyPlex, and even allows guests - XBMC is said to be moving towards this capability
- Doesn't require a server to always be running, the client itself pulls the media instead of asking for it to be pushed to it.
- Larger community base - though the Plex community seems to be growing
As stated, if you want all the central database capabilities of Plex, all you need to know how to do is copy and paste, it's a small amount of work on the user's side to get this up and running. It's not difficult, and it doesn't take that long.
Then explain where I am wrong. XBMC DOES automatically store your current location in media?!?! REALLY!?!?
No? It requires someone to search a forum for a command to copy/paste into a file?
So YOU are wrong then?
Yeah, though so.
(2013-09-26 02:48)nickr Wrote: From obervations on a number of threads, methinks Budwyzer==troll
So you begin to see that your argument is now moot and so pull the Troll Card in a feeble attempt to invalidate another individual entirely... classy.
Methinks you need to learn to comprehend what you read. You are completely missing one very important word in what I mention about Plex's centralized library, that word is AUTOMATICALLY. No digging through forums to find a command to copy/paste into a folder somewhere, it just works.
I'm not saying they're completely better, again see my post lining up the points that each has over the other, so you need to stand down.