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Sending video streams to a remote computer

 
Sameera Abeysinghe
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Hi,

I am coding video conferencing software where 4 to 6 people can login and have a conference. The video has to be distributed only within these people. I found out about this java media framework JMF. It gave me two files that I can use to transfer and receive real time videos.

http://www.cs.odu.edu/~cs778/spring04/lectures/jmfsolutions/examplesindex.html

AVTransmit2.java from transmitting
http://www.cs.odu.edu/~cs778/jmfexamples/AVTransmit2.java
AVReceive2.java from receiving
http://www.cs.odu.edu/~cs778/jmfexamples/AVReceive2.java

Receiving is ok. But for transmitting the file ask the IP address of the destination.


Hi all,

I am coding video conferencing software. I am using RTP manager to send the video. But the class I am using is asking the remote IP address. But as you all know we don�t get the real IP address in the Internet. So can any one tell me how can I send my video stream through the Internet?

You will see that I have copied this from my previous entries in

Java � Sockets and Internet Protocols � Sending video streams to a remote computer



But I did not get a good answer. If you go thought the forum you will find some more entrees like this that has been entered by me or my friends.

What I need to know is a place to find a source code for this or a way to do this. New java technology or what evry.

I tried sourceforge but did not find any projects that give coding


Please help mew
 
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