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Question about flex api for XMPP-Jingle standard implementation for video chat

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I would like to develop a video chat IM application using flex/flash based on XMPP plus jingle standards. I am new to XMPP and trying to understand it. Is there any opensource library I can use to achieve this? I looked at XIFF from ignitesoftware. Does it contain API for video chat as well? If not is there a opensource jingle library or sample source code available for flex/flash?
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http://www.red5.org/ is a streaming voice/video server.
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