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Programming with the Java Media Framework. Loren Winzeler (Hillsboro, OR), Sean Sullivan (Hillsboro, OR) and Deanna Brown (Cambridge, MA). Java Media specification is the first standards-based multimedia programming environment. This book introduces this new technology to Java developers, taking a detailed look at its uses and limitations. CD-ROM includes example source code, Intel's JMF, SDK, Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Sun's JDK, and Microsoft Visual J++ Trial edition.
About the Author
SEAN C. SULLIVAN is a software developer at Intel who has worked on the Java Media Framework. LOREN WINZELER is President of developNET Corporation, and was a member of Intel's Java Media Framework development team. JEANNIE DEAGEN is a Systems Analyst for Arco Alaska Inc. and participated in the Java Media Framework specification committee while a member of Intel's JMF development team. DEANNA BROWN is a technical writer and law student at Boston University.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCING THE JAVA MEDIA PLAYER.
Introduction to Multimedia in Java.
Getting Started Using the Java Media Player.
Writing Your First Media Enabled Applet.
Java Media Player Fundamentals.
Java Media Controller.
Advanced Topics in Using the Java Media Player.
Extending the Java Media Player.
PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMMING WITH THE JAVA MEDIA PLAYER.
JMF Applets for the Web.
Monitoring Media Data Download.
Implementing a Custom Graphical User Interface.
Synchronization of Related Video.
Extending JMF to Support a New File Type.
Extending JMF to Support a New Protocol.
Building a Video JavaBean.
JAVA MEDIA FRAMEWORK REFERENCES.
Java Media Player API Annotated Reference.