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Question about the JMF System

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Hello Everyone,

I'm starting work on a small JMF application more as a learning experience
than anything else. I just got through reading IBM's excellent "Introduction
to JMF" tutorial and feel that I have a fairly good understanding of what it
will take to develop the application I'm wanting to. But one question
remains: In IBM's tutorial they make it seem like JMF will handle the
creation of the visual componants of the player and all I'd have to do is
construct the underlying code. Is this true? I was going to create my GUI
using AWT but does invoking the JMF player (for audio/video) automatically
create a GUI?

Thanks,
Anthony
Jul 17 '05 #1
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JMF creates the components that are used to display media (e.g. panels
for a video player) and can optionally also create the controls for
playback.

You get access to these components via the callback mechanism (the
name of the interface escapes me now), since they are only created
once the media is realized - why it works like that beats me, it sucks
IMHO.

- sarge
Jul 17 '05 #2

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JMF creates the components that are used to display media (e.g. panels
for a video player) and can optionally also create the controls for
playback.

You get access to these components via the callback mechanism (the
name of the interface escapes me now), since they are only created
once the media is realized - why it works like that beats me, it sucks
IMHO.

- sarge
Jul 17 '05 #3

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