i am trying to do this from last 6 months, but not succeeded, so that's why i am here now. i have developed a swing based media player using the JMF. But when i am trying to deploy this application at another system, it doesn't work even though i have included the jmf.jar and other related stuff. it works fine if i install the jmf setup. but it is not good to the user to install jmf and then run my player . so many times i have searched in google and other java related forums but no use. Please explain to me how to deploy JMF with out need to install it on other system.
Many JMF developers have complained that the JMF implementation supplied in up-to-date JRE's supports relatively few up-to-date codecs and formats. Its all-Java version, for example, cannot play MPEG-2, MPEG-4, Windows Media, RealMedia, most QuickTime movies, Flash content newer than Flash 2, and needs a plug-in to play the ubiquitous MP3 format.
sanjeev charla wrote:if i install the JMF in the same system the same media will be palyed . . .
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