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March 10, 2004

Java wrapper for ffmpeg

SourceForge.net: Project Info - JMF wrapper for ffmpeg
Very nice, JMF needs a refresher (an understatement) and it is nice to open source implementations picking up on it (especially since Apple has no idea what they are doing to QuickTime for Java).
From the site:
This is a Java wrapper for ffmpeg compression library. It exports ffmpeg codecs functions as a JMF (Java Media Framework) codec. You can use this codec from JMStudio and then you'll have a video player able to play mpeg1, h263, mpeg4 (divX), etc. streams.

Posted by vanevery at 02:33 AM

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JFFMPEG is kind of dead, but there is another open source project called FOBS ( http://fobs.sourceforge.net ) acting like a wrapper, too.

Posted by: Dave at April 27, 2005 07:27 PM

We've started a new open source project, FMJ, to implement and extend JMF. Still heavy in the development phase, fmj.sourceforge.net.

Posted by: Ken Larson at June 7, 2006 01:17 PM

Please help me to configure jffmpeg with jmf.
I am trying to play .mkv format file using jmp and jffmpeg. I don't know how to configure libavcoded.so file.

Posted by: Varun at August 8, 2006 04:11 AM