Programming with the Java Media Framework

Sean C. Sullivan, Loren Winzeler, Jeannie Deagen, Deanna Brown

Java Media specification is the first standards-based multimedia programming environment.

This book introduces this new technology to Java developers, taking a detailed look at its uses and limitations.

CD-ROM includes example source code, Intel's JMF, SDK, Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Sun's JDK, and Microsoft Visual J++ Trial edition.

Table of Contents

  • INTRODUCING THE JAVA MEDIA PLAYER.
    • Introduction to Multimedia in Java.
    • Getting Started Using the Java Media Player.
    • Writing Your First Media Enabled Applet.
    • Java Media Player Fundamentals.
    • Java Media Controller.
    • Synchronization.
    • Advanced Topics in Using the Java Media Player.
    • Extending the Java Media Player.
  • PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMMING WITH THE JAVA MEDIA PLAYER.
    • JMF Applets for the Web.
    • Monitoring Media Data Download.
    • Implementing a Custom Graphical User Interface.
    • Synchronization of Related Video.
    • Extending JMF to Support a New File Type.
    • Extending JMF to Support a New Protocol.
    • Building a Video JavaBean.
    • Programmer Tools.
  • JAVA MEDIA FRAMEWORK REFERENCES.
    • Java Media Player API Annotated Reference.
  • Appendices.
  • Glossary.
  • Index.

Copyright © 1999 John Wiley & Sons, Wiley Computer Books

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$39.99
ISBN 0471251690
384 pages
April, 1998
Paper/Cd-Rom
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