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Processing and capturing Time –based Media

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we can capture any media data from capture devices
( may be Microphone or Camera ) , and provide the media informations.
The JMF support this technology by providing CaptureDeviceManager , which is responsible for dealing with capture devices, this manager get CaptureDeviceInfo to each capture device which has the information about each device.

The user can get the locator for the capture device from this Capture Device Info object and pass it to player or processor to deal with this capture device.

In this we must implement the following functions:
1) Playing Media File and get statistics of the movies you display .
2) Capturing Audio or Video and provide statistics about capture device.
3) Record media from capture device.

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Re: Processing and capturing Time –based Media

Posted 18 April 2008 - 01:12 PM

View PostFaisal2021, on 18 Apr, 2008 - 01:00 PM, said:

we can capture any media data from capture devices
( may be Microphone or Camera ) , and provide the media informations.
The JMF support this technology by providing CaptureDeviceManager , which is responsible for dealing with capture devices, this manager get CaptureDeviceInfo to each capture device which has the information about each device.

The user can get the locator for the capture device from this Capture Device Info object and pass it to player or processor to deal with this capture device.

In this we must implement the following functions:
1) Playing Media File and get statistics of the movies you display .
2) Capturing Audio or Video and provide statistics about capture device.
3) Record media from capture device.


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Re: Processing and capturing Time –based Media

Posted 18 April 2008 - 02:02 PM

View PostFaisal2021, on 18 Apr, 2008 - 11:00 PM, said:

we can capture any media data from capture devices
( may be Microphone or Camera ) , and provide the media informations.
The JMF support this technology by providing CaptureDeviceManager , which is responsible for dealing with capture devices, this manager get CaptureDeviceInfo to each capture device which has the information about each device.

The user can get the locator for the capture device from this Capture Device Info object and pass it to player or processor to deal with this capture device.

In this we must implement the following functions:
1) Playing Media File and get statistics of the movies you display .
2) Capturing Audio or Video and provide statistics about capture device.
3) Record media from capture device.

And you have a problem with what?

JMF is java optional package, that you can download from here.

If you use some editor, you need to reference the jar library to the bin catalog, where the project will be built. In eclipse you should right click project name - properties - java build path - libaries - add external library. Find the jmf.jar in the installed lib catalog, and add it.

Other then that, if you have any problems, post the code that you have problem with and describe it as best as you can (even if it is: "i have no idea what to do next :blink: "). And tags are there for a reason, use :code:
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Re: Processing and capturing Time –based Media

Posted 18 April 2008 - 02:06 PM

I need A Code in Java that capture any media with a good GUI...
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Re: Processing and capturing Time –based Media

Posted 18 April 2008 - 02:33 PM

View PostFaisal2021, on 19 Apr, 2008 - 12:06 AM, said:

I need A Code in Java that capture any media with a good GUI...

Well in Java, good GUI means custom build. I do not have a mini camera, so i am not even interested in building an example. First thing if you want free code is to try Google, in this case however you should maybe check out this first.
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Re: Processing and capturing Time –based Media

Posted 18 April 2008 - 09:32 PM

View PostFaisal2021, on 18 Apr, 2008 - 02:06 PM, said:

I need A Code in Java that capture any media with a good GUI...

So you are not at the good place
Continue to poke around with Google
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Re: Processing and capturing Time –based Media

Posted 22 April 2008 - 11:44 AM

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