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I am looking for a pure java video player framework

 
Haina Minawa
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Hi there,

I have a need to build a custom video player in Java. I have been looking for JMF, FMJ, Xuggler, ... However they are all have native dependencies.
I would like to ask, is there any framework that is true pure java? or on the field of media, native dependencies is a common nature?

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JMF works just fine without the native libraries. That makes the code faster, but is entirely optional.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:JMF works just fine without the native libraries. That makes the code faster, but is entirely optional.

Thanks, but JMF does not support MP4 format. Other frameworks like FMJ and Xuggle do support MP4 but they require native libraries. That's the problem for me, as I want to build a pure java video player.
 
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JMF does not support MP4 format.

That would have been useful necessary information to put in your first post, that you need to handle MP4.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:
JMF does not support MP4 format.

That would have been useful necessary information to put in your first post, that you need to handle MP4.

How to change the post's title? there seems to be no option.
 
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