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Java and RTP

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I'm looking for a RTP (Real Time Protocol) written in Java
Does anybody know where i could find something?

Thanks

Stephane Letz
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What do you want it for?


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This is something that I have been looking for. I can guarantee you that no one is giving away a straight free version of this in Java. You can find maimed implementations where people are using RTP like things to do reliable multicast. Specifically Peter Parnes from CDT & Tie Liao from Inria. But this sort of thing isn't going to work like you would expect.

If you want the original VAT source code in C++, you can find it at ftp://ftp.ee.lbl.gov . But it is hard to read and isn't built according to RFC 1889. It is actually RTP 0 aka (vat specific).


If you are not going to use this for commercial purposes, I have something that will allow you to decode RTP packets. But this would not be something that does intelligent ordering of packets and does not implement RTCP in any way.

So a direct answer to you question would be. Java source to do RTP is not availiable.


-Chris
heistad@ncsa.uiuc.edu

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