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I am creating an application that will incorporate lots of audio and video clips. Ultimately I want to run on both Windows and Macs but I am currently developing and running on Windows.
I need to play lots of short audio speech files and also video clips. The program will orchestrate the clips in the running of the application. I am looking for the best way to incorporate the audio and video. For the audio, there seems to be some stuff under Applet but I am not sure if this is compatible with an application. For the video I am looking at JMF but I am not sure if I should just get the Windows version or the cross platform version to start. (java.sun.com/products/java-media/jmf/2.1.1/download.html) I do not know if these jmf versions represent different code interfaces or just build differences. Do I get both versions, or just the cross platform version. What are the issues... what is the best approach to incorporating sound and videos into a swt application.
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ksmith wrote:what is the best approach to incorporating sound and videos into a swt application.
I don't know. That would be a good question to ask on the Eclipse SWT newsgroup.
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