I’ve been using Plex Cloud since it began. I first heard of Plex right around the time they began offering Plex Cloud. So that’s all I’ve ever known. Now that Plex Cloud is being discontinued, I don’t know where to migrate my library. I want to keep using Plex, so I know this means having my own server. I know there’s no one-size-fits all, but I could use a little guidance here. I’m not a tech whiz (I don’t know anything about Linux, for instance), but I’m the guy my parents call when they can’t figure out something on their iPad or computer. So I know a little… My library is mostly old TV shows, some movies. I’ve got almost 1TB of files, so whatever my replacement is, I’ll want room to grow.
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Diffraction of white light. Any suggestions? I want ease of setup, ease of use. Should I go with an NAS? Or a Mac Mini? Something else?
Any thoughts or guidance is appreciated.
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