Frequently Asked Questions
Yes and no.
Yes, in the sense that they can always cross-reference the IP connecting to the server which is using a lot of bandwidth with a PlexAccount that has access to their server.
No, in the sense that programs such as Tautalli, etc. will not trigger.
Take this with a grain of salt, as this might change at any moment and please make an issue if you are aware of some vulnerability in PlexRipper.
Most likely not, but I do not own Plex, so I can't give guarantees. If you want to be extra safe then make a dummy account, and then use that account to request access to various Plex servers. Your real account will then never be exposed to a Plex server its downloading from.
Ah yes, the main question in life. Even I, as its almighty creator, am not too sure. But in my infinite, most likely misspelling, wisdom have settled on "PlexRipper". Even though the capital R in a single word doesn't make too much sense.
The dev branch contains all the latest under development changes.
It "should" however work with all browsers, except ancient ones like Internet Explorer and trash ones like Safari. Don't expect support for either of those.
Make sure that the "Allow username to be used when signing in" is checked.
- Go to plex.tv and sign-in
- Go to Settings -> Account
- Click on the username and the below option will appear
- Make sure it's checked and then click "Save Changes"
Yes, I (JasonLandbridge) work as a freelance Vue.js/.NET developer, and I'm always looking forward to the next awesome project. But if you're secretly hoping for more updates on PlexRipper, then you might not want to hire me ;-)