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How to Load jmf.jar in Applet ?

 
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Is it possible to run java applet on clients machine without installing JMF. If yes then how ??? I had tried using archive in html tag but it dosent works & give javax.media.controllerlistener class not found exception.

An urgent reply is appreciated.

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Mukesh Agrawal
 
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Originally posted by Mukesh Agrawal:
Is it possible to run java applet on clients machine without installing JMF. If yes then how ??? I had tried using archive in html tag but it dosent works & give javax.media.controllerlistener class not found exception.

An urgent reply is appreciated.

Thanks.

Mukesh Agrawal



You must install JMF on client machine ...

Resource
http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/jmf/2.1.1/setup.html
 
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I just found out that JMF is Java Media Framework API...

Is it a must to play audio, video and media stuff?

I got cool samples using JMF in applets... Multimedia stuff...

Here they are!
 
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Originally posted by Somkiat Puisungnoen:


You must install JMF on client machine ...

Resource
http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/jmf/2.1.1/setup.html



Hi Somkiat,
First of all Congratulations for winning several prizes in our Forum and helping actively to others.

For my problem you sugessts for installing JMF. Thanks for the reply but I don't want to install JMF on client machine and wants to run the applet.

If you get any information from anywhere please inform me.

Thanks.

Mukesh Agrawal.
 
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Originally posted by Ko Ko Naing:
I just found out that JMF is Java Media Framework API...

Is it a must to play audio, video and media stuff?

I got cool samples using JMF in applets... Multimedia stuff...

Here they are!



Hi,
Thanks for the Reply.
But the examples you send works only when JMF is installed. So if you have any idea to run it without installing JMF on client machine please inform me.

Thanks.

Mukesh Agrawal.
 
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This is similar to another question that was asked in this forum. Is it homework time already?

JMF requires DLL's. Applets cannot deliver DLL's to a client PC over the network. Java WebStart can. Look into that.
 
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