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Using Java to record RTP Streams to file

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I am looking for a way to record RTP streams using Java. I am not an experienced Java programmer, mostly .net. I have been looking at the AvReceive2.java program and it works well for receiving RTP streams however, I cannot see a way for recording that stream into a file. Can anyone advise?

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I think here is a complete working solution for the same

http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=649762&messageID=3822599
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Below is a program to store RTP stream from network to a file

 public void update(ReceiveStreamEvent event) {
         // find the source session manager for this event
         SessionManager source = (SessionManager)event.getSource();
       
         // create a filewriter datasink if a new ReceiveStream
         // is detected
         if (event instanceof NewReceiveStreamEvent) {
             String cname = "Java Media Player";
             ReceiveStream stream = null;
             
             try {
                 // get the ReceiveStream
                 stream =((NewReceiveStreamEvent)event)
                         .getReceiveStream();
 
                 Participant part = stream.getParticipant();
 
                 // get the ReceiveStream datasource
                 DataSource dsource = stream.getDataSource();
 
                 // hand this datasource over to a file datasink
                 MediaLocator f = new MediaLocator("file://foo.au");
 
                 Manager.createDataSink(dsource, f);    
             } catch (Exception e) {
                 System.err.println("newReceiveStreamEvent exception " 
                                    + e.getMessage());
                 return;
             }
         }
     }

for more information u can see this tutorial
http://72.5.124.55/products/java-media/jmf/2.1.1/guide/RTPExporting.html
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Thanks for the info I couldn't find a code example to save myself and this is exactly what I needed.
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