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Plex export movie list

Plex:

Plex is a digital media player that gives you the opportunity to access all your favorite photos, music and videos saved in one computer with any other computer or a compatible mobile device. Plex allows you to access your data stored in Plex remotely over the internet and this ultimately enables your friends and family to have access to your videos, photos and music through the internet.

Plex media server can be installed on a Mac, Windows, or Linux computer or a compatible NAS device. Plex operates on all main systems but there are also other devices such as NVIDIA SHIELD, Netgear Nighthawk X10 routers and many more where you can run the Plex media server.

You can download the Plex media server for free, however, you can’t enjoy all the features in the free version. To get blessed with all the features, you need to pay a subscription fee.

Plex export movie list:

I see you are just like me trying hard to export all the stuff you have in your Plex library to XL or something similar to it. I have been trying hard to find a solution to this and luckily today I found the solution and I would like to share it with you. There are some easy steps which you need to follow and all your Plex stuff from the library can be exported.

Step 1:

At first, you need to visit Synology Nas-File Station- and afterward to the media folder where you saved all your movies, etc.

Step 2:

You have to select all titles (then need to be highlighted in a different color).

Step 3:

Right-click on the “Share” that pops up at the end of the list.

Step 4:

A box appears-in file path box-select all-copy.

Step 5:

Now you have to open XL on your PC and paste everything there. All your movie titles will be visible and your problem is solved.

Useful tips:

There are some useful tips regarding XL mentioned below which you should know:

  • In XL pressing Ctrl + F will bring Find/Replace box.
  •  Click on replace and then type in the ‘Find what’ box enter the destination path info you don’t need. E.g. /Media/Movies.
  • Don’t do anything in the ‘Replace with’ field. Leave it blank.
  • Pressing ‘Replace all’ will tell you how many replacements were made by it, should be all. Press ‘Close’.

After all of this, the list of your movies will be following alphabetical order.

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