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Webcam capturing using Java Media Framework

 
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I need to display the live web cam videos in web application web page. I selected Java Media Framework for this web cam capturing. As this needs to be run in the client side I thought of developing a sort of standalone application and embed that in the web page as an applet. Let me know whether this is a best practice to achieve my requirement or is there any other way to do this. The requirement is to show the web cam video in the web page.

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