Roksbox is a channel on the Roku Digital Video Player that gives you the ability to play your own videos and movies, listen to your own music, and show your own photographs on your television screen. Roksbox will work with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Your media can reside on a Plug and Play (UPnP/DLNA) device, on cloud services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and HipServ, on your computer's hard drive, on an external drive, on a network attached storage (NAS) device located on your home or local area network, or on a USB attached device (on compatible Roku models). Roksbox can be set up very easily using your directory structure, or you can use advanced features such as Movie Sheets and XML files to further enhance the way your media appears on your screen.
Roksbox Cloud has been replaced by Roksbox xStream. To install Roksbox xStream, go to the Roku channel store at Streaming Channels/Personal Media on your Roku player and select Roksbox xStream.
For those who have Roksbox Cloud, it will continue to be supported and updated. You will also still be able to add Roksbox Cloud to new Roku players by logging into your Roksbox account.
|Plug and Play (UPnP/DLNA)
Select the various menu items on the left to explore the different features of Roksbox. Beginners should start with the Tutorial to initially set up and become familiar with Roksbox.
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