This page lists the media formats supported in the JMF 2.1.1 FCS implementation, the RTP formats this implementation can receive and transmit, and the capture devices that it supports.
Get the hardware and software requirements for JMF 2.1.1 FCS.
Setting Up and Running JMF 2.1.1
JMF 2.1.1 HotMedia Support
RTSP support has recently been added to the Java Media Framework. It enables JMF based clients (both applets and applications) to communicate with RTSP enabled servers and request that the streaming of specified mediafile (video-on-demand).
What's New in the JMF 2.0 Reference Implementations
The Java Media Framework reference implementation was developed by by Sun Microsystems, Inc. It is based in part on software written by external individuals and organizations, who are listed below along with the copyrights and conditions by which their technology is allowed to be used in JMF.
Java Media Framework (JMF) 2.1.1 Binary Code License Agreement
Known Issues and Bugs in the JMF 2.1.1 FCS Release
This guide describes how to use JMFRegistry. JMFRegistry is a stand alone Java application that you can use to register new DataSources, MediaHandlers, PlugIns, and capture devices with JMF so that they can be used with your JMF 2.0 installation.
A description of all the JMF APIs that support RTP.
JMF is a free optional package, and has the following limited support options.
JMF provides a platform-neutral framework for displaying time-based media. The Java Media Player APIs are designed to support most standard media content types, including MPEG-1, MPEG-2, QuickTime, AVI, WAV, AU, and MIDI. Using JMF, you can synchronize and present time-based media from diverse sources.
JMF 2.1.1 Documentation: Working with the MediaPlayer Bean.
User's Guide for JMStudio - Java application that uses the JMF 2.0 API to play, capture, transcode, and write media data.

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