If you have the Play On server installed on your computer, the app will give you access to all Play On media.
-- Information is current as of December 22, 2013 Developer's Channel Description: The Roku media player allows you to find, browse, and play content from media servers on your local network as well as USB (on those Roku players with a USB port).
Updating and Refreshing a library do different things.
Updating and refreshing a library both have to do with getting content into the library. Updating a Library makes the Plex Media Server check its folders and sub-folders for new or removed media.
Using TVersity makes it very easy to subscribe to online content using RSS feeds or stream URL's and make them available on your playback device.
It also allows you to stream your local content, but as XBMC already provides a great way of doing this, this is less useful to XBMC users. By default the program already provides some channels which are presented on the "guide" screen" 3.
You can also stream photos, videos, and music from a computer on the same network as your Roku player, if that computer is running a compatible media server, which includes Windows Media Player, Plex, Twonky, and Tversity.It supports such media servers as Twonky, Windows Media Player, Plex, and Tversity.Please disable "Verbose" logging When logs (server or client app) are requested for an investigation, please do NOT turn on "verbose" logging unless it is explicitly requested.The project specifically aims to: * Deliver any media to any device * Provide a Personal Entertainment Guide (PEG) by allowing users to create a personalized lineup of channels.* Provide Content Guides by making it easy to access links via organized lists of multimedia content * Multimedia Social Networking - allowing users to share links with other users While built from open source components, the project as a whole is not (except for the bundled codecs), though the download is currently free to home users.