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Playback of RTP Audio/Video Streams.

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I am fairly good at JMF, and have created a good Corba based video conferencing solution on peer to peer kinda design, that works perfectly well but with one problem. I can request the remote nodes to send me the rtp streams, and I can send them as two seperate streams or both merged in the required compressed format. But I can only play them back with the JMF Studio Open RTP Session dialogue or either one audio or video rtp stream at a time from within my program. The real problem is this. When I use one player for the audio input stream, realize it and create the video player, I cannot seem to have two players at the same time. Ok, fair enough, I thought lets go to the processor level, and I created the two player processors one for audio and video, without luck. The reason I need both to work using this method is to in some way synchronize both the players for presentation. I just want to make this work somehow. BTW, I do have the AvRecieve2 method, however its just not good enough, having two new players seperately is just not what I'm looking for, I've pretty much ready everything I can find on this topic. Any suggestions ???
[ January 06, 2005: Message edited by: Ruben Gerad Mathew ]
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