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    Default Class JAI

    Hi there everyone

    I just came across the class JAI(JAVA ADVANCED IMAGING), which is a new one..what my question is how can I use it ?
    because despite of installing jdk 7 i could not get appropriate support . what additional things should i get install for using it properly.

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    Default Re: Class JAI

    I know nothing about it - I should look sometime, as I'm currently working on a third project using Java and ImageMagick. Have you seen the JAI-demos? There's source code:
    Jai-demos — Java.net

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