Leonflix is a modular search tool for content. Its modules crawl video/file hosting websites, extracting the videos hosted on those sites for playback within Leonflix.
Modules extract only the desired content that streaming sites provide, filtering out all the pop-ups and adware that have been cut into the product.
Since Leonflix is still in beta, users may experience some bugs. We're actively working to fix those bugs while pushing out new features. You can join our community at r/leonflix to report bugs or make feature suggestions. We also have a Discord server!
Find lectures from Khan Academy or MIT OpenCourseWare. All using the modules built by the community.
Streaming isn't limited to http. You can paste a magnet link into the search bar to stream MP4 torrents!
Want to watch something with your friends? Create p2p watch parties with synchronized video playback!
Yes, there are no subscription fees or ads.
It's Leonflix, but on Raspberry Pi! Create your own home media center with the newest Raspberry Pi.
No. Leonflix is a media search tool. It does not host any copyrighted videos on its servers. The maker of Leonflix does not condone the streaming of copyrighted content and intends that this tool be strictly used for searching open license or public domain movies and shows. The maker of Leonflix takes no responsibility for how Leonflix is used, and Leonflix does not remotely track or store any information regarding the browsing/streaming activity of its users.
Leonflix has no control over what media is put up or taken down. It merely scrapes 3rd-party websites that are publicly accessible via any regular web browser. It is the responsibility of the user to avoid any actions that might violate the laws governing his/her locality.
Modules are "addons" to Leonflix that users can install to find the content they want or to customize their experience. Leonflix modules are still in development, but eventually the module system will be opened up to all 3rd party developers. You can check out the currently available modules in Settings > Modules to get a taste of how they work. The goal is to expand on the types of media Leonflix can play as well as the protocols they can be played on. In combination with 3rd party modules, we should see some really interesting things in the future.
You can fix this by deleting the AppData\Local\Programs\leonflix and reinstalling.
Most likely your ISP is blocking certain modules. You can also try installing additional modules inside the app, or try using it with a VPN.
Switch to a new video source using the "Current Source" dropdown. Or press the "New Source" button on the top right.
As of now Leonflix is on desktop and Raspberry Pi, but is not available on Android devices. There are plans to expand to Android one day, however improving the desktop experience is the main priority as of now.
Go into System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> General, and click "Run Anyway." Click the lock to make changes if necessary.
Click "More Info," and click the "Run Anyway" button.
If you can't double click the AppImage file to run it, it probably doesn't have executable permissions. Right click the AppImage, go to Properties -> Permissions, and set it to be executable. You can also accomplish this in your Terminal:
$ chmod a+x Leonflix.AppImage