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Zerrphix is for HDI DUNE network media players that can utilise the dune_http:// functionality

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Zerrphix is new HDI DUNE index and skinner written in python.

The major difference between Zerrphix and other HDI Dune indexers and skinners is that Zerrphix uses the dune_http functionality. This essentially means that the UI structure is obtained from a web server rather than a folder structure using dune_folder.txt (e.g. Yadis).

It should be noted that there is a big caveat to using Zerrphix which is that a Linux computer needs to be running Zerrphix (pretty much 24/7) for the dune to be able to use the Zerrphix UI at any time. The raspberry pi has been tested and looks to be suitable.

Current Features: * Real-time dynamic menu structure generation * Designed to be fully automated such that once a new film/show is detected and processed, from a pre configured scan path, it is available on the Zerrphix UI. * Highly customisable menu structure/templates * Multi user support * Template per user support * Film TV/Seach on the dune * Shows last film/show watched on user’s main menu * Continue and Watch Next functionality for TV Show Episodes * Add Favourites/To Watch for Film and TV from the dune * Each user can have their own language set (images and text) * Each user can have a customised title, overview for film/show/show episode * Multi Dune support

Roadmap: * Allow custom plugins to allow for other online databases lookups (tmdb/thetvdb already supported)

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