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how to attach web cam woth java application??
i try to found in the google , but there is JMF is used to attach web cam. but review explain that JMF is not good for now java application , and there is no API for JMF,
so now waht is use for webcam to attach with java program???
 
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If your webcam supports JMF, then use that. Does the list devices() method call return your web cam ?

GStreamer is an alternative. It works on Windows / Linux / Mac
 
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