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Streaming Wav Samples using JMF

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We are playing audio sample (Wave ) using JMF while it is being recorded.  Wave audio header consists of Filelength attribute. Because We are concerned with unlimited filelenth in Audio Conferencing, we are not able to achieve this effect using Wave format. Upon giving a particular file length(size) it plays only to this filelength.
Is it possible to play, without specifying file size in Wave header.? Or is it possible to specify the file size as Unknown.??
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There is no way with the JMF, but take a look at the
Embaze product from GEO.  Their Web site is at:

http://www.emblaze.com

It's a pretty nice product.

Hope that helps,

-Tony

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Also, what about setting the size to some very large number -
say 100GB.  Then you could have your player handle exceptions
for EOF.  Is there a reason that this wouldn't work for you?

-Tony

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