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Playing a SWF file in a JFrame using Java Media Framework

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Am trying to see if I can play a flash movie (a .swf ) file in a JFrame using the Java Media Framework.

Google does't give any examples and I have been going through the documentation with little success. They don't seem to support swf files directly.

Has someone tried this?
Any advice is very welcome.


Dec 2 '08 #1
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Try JFlashPlayer

Java Flash Player API - JFlashPlayer
Dec 2 '08 #2
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Thanks, but the JFlashPlayer only works on windows and I want a cross platform implementation.


Dec 2 '08 #3
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Is Google down in your part of the world?

kind regards,

Dec 2 '08 #4
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It's very up, no. If you noticed I said something about google in the original post. I can't get anything useful.
JMF is what I thought I would use and I found it through... Ok. That! but I need to know whether it's possible to use it before I start finding out how.

I searched and searched but couldn't find anything.
So I thought to try this->forum().

I have also seen an API called Transform but it appears all one can do with it is to create Flash movies.

Help therefore is called for.
And No, Jos I don't get a tax waiver if I don't use google. I understand that clearly...


Dec 2 '08 #5
How to create JMF application? is there any special platform for that?
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