If you’re a casual user, Plex will virtually work straight out of the box. But after you’ve used Plex for a while, you may notice missing features or wish for some extra functionality, which is where third-party plugins come into play. Plex no longer offers plugin support. However, it still allows you to sideload plugins manually. So, let’s check them out.
A collection of tools for Plex Media Server. Like the Unsupported AppStore (UAS)
Plex metadata scraper for Audiobooks
Subtitles for Plex, as good you would expect them to be.
A Tvheadend Channel Plugin for PLEX Media Server
Plays live streams (like IPTV) from an M3U playlist
Interfaces with HDHomeRun tuners and DVRs
Watch Live TV on Plex using HDHomeRun, at home or remotely.
Imagine if all the media scattered around the internet could be found in one collection.
Export Plex Library to a csv, xlsx or m3u8 file
Add what you are watching on Plex to trakt.tv
Textless movie posters from Moviemania.io
Creates a new channel within Plex Media Server (PMS) to view content from PrimeWire.
A Plex Channel to create requests
Plex Agent that’ll convert sidecar subtitle files into UTF-8
Downloads subtitles for any videos in your library from OpenSubtitles and modifies them to work with Roku clients, and converts videos to MP4 for direct play
Plex Media Server plug-in designed for FMovies, G2G, Primewire and more.