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vfw package not found
Author: AK_47 Feb 25, 2005 3:55 AM


Ive been given JAVA webcam code but when I compile the program it gives the following error package com.sun.media.protocol.vfw does not exist.

Even though i've set up JMF2.1.1e all format version, all the other media packages are found.

This is the import code thats being used
import com.sun.media.protocol.vfw.VFWCapture; // JMF 2.1.1e version

Can some1 please tell me why this package does not exist.
 
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there might be 2 reasons :
1. package is not properly installed / placed
2. the package might be damaged

to be of sure u can extract ur "package.jar" file and trace out the folder structure.
u should get ur package properly placed in the folder structure.
if ur code & the folder struture is right then it should get that package.
pls try.
 
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Ive downloaded the package again form the java.sun site and have the JMF files to work with JCreator in windows but it still doesnt seem to find theis single package.
 
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I checked my "package.jar" file and found that this file is not there.
 
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