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reading data from video encoder

seetharaman jayaraman
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camera--decoder--encoder--LAN Switch--my system.... This is my environment. I need to read, record live video data from these encoders, and to control encoders and camera settings like brightness, frame rate, Pan, Tild, Zoom-in/out, etc programmatically with pure java code.
please give some sample codes, links to start with.
thank you

Seetharaman Jayaraman
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Jesper de Jong
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That does not sound like an easy job, especially if it must be done in pure Java code (without any native code) - it might not be possible to do this in pure Java code.

Maybe the Java Media Framework is useful for this, but I'm not sure, since I've never used JMF myself.

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