TRAKT sync to PLEX

What is Trakt?

Trakt is a platform that does many things, but primarily keeps track of TV shows and movies you watch. It integrates with media centers (like Plex) to enable scrobbling, so everything is automatic. Discover new shows and movies, follow people with similar tastes and voice your opinion by using the Trakt website or one of the many apps built using the API.

What is Plex?

Plex brings together all the media that matters to you. Your personal collection will look beautiful alongside stellar streaming content. Enjoy Live TV & DVR, a growing catalog of great web shows, news, and podcasts. It’s finally possible to enjoy all the media you love in a single app, on any device, no matter where you are. Learn more and install from the Plex website.

What is scrobbling?

Scrobbling simply means automatically tracking what you’re watching. Instead of checking in from your phone or website.

This is NOT a scrobbler!

This service is NOT a scrobbler, this would NOT automatically update your Trakt account with what you have watched on Plex.

This is a synchronization service and is manual, what it means is that whenever you want the watched history and collected history (if selected) to matched between Trakt and Plex you would need to run the synchronization process.
There is no information stored on the server, this site is used only to gather the correct credentials of each service and stored them on the browsers cache (to facilitate things the second time) and run the synchronization from the browser directly. That means that your browser should have access to the Plex server that you want to synchronize.

Why create this service if there is a Plex Scrobbler that is automatic?

The plex scrobbler requires paying subscriptions from both Trakt and Plex check the full article here.

This solution is free (donate if you feel like it) and retroactive, meaning that it would take all the history of Trakt and set the watched items on a new Plex installation, so this can be used as a backup of your watched content.

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