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Java MultiMedia Programming Packages

Posted on 2004-09-05
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Dear all,

Do you guys know any Java packages are available for developers to implement multimedia on the internet??

Any java packages can implement multimedia on the internet would do.

please list the package names, a breif description and if possible,the link to get more information.

Cheers~
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Question by:Slowang
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by:Slowang
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By the way, the package doesnt have to be developed by Sun Microsystem, and package by and development company or even personal development would do.

thank you~
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by:Slowang
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By the way, the package doesnt have to be developed by Sun Microsystem, any package by any development company or developer would do.

thank you~
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by:OBCT
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Java Media Framework should do the job.
http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/jmf/index.jsp
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by:Slowang
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Are there anything else beside of JMF??
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Sorry, I probably should have givin you this link in the first place.
This is the whole Java Media API.
"The Java Media APIs enable developers to produce and distribute compelling, media-rich content." - Sun Microsystems.

http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/
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by:girionis
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For a few more multimedia packages have a look here: http://www.devdaily.com/Dir/Java/Multimedia/
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