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Thread: finding video features using JMF

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    Question finding video features using JMF

    hii
    i am trying to find the features of video like its length,bit rate and other meta information
    but the problem is when i am unable to find the length of the video without actually playing using the Player class.i have tried the code given below

    URL url = this.getClass().getResource( resourceName );
    Player p = Manager.createPlayer( url );
    p.start();
    int state = p.getState();
    while( state != Controller.Started )
    {
    try
    {
    Thread.sleep( 100 );
    state = p.getState();
    }
    catch( Exception e )
    {
    e.printStackTrace();
    }
    }
    Time duration = p.getDuration();

    is it not possible to find the length of the video without actually playing it????please help me regarding this


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    Default Re: finding video features using JMF

    I'm not familiar with JMF but the Interweb suggests you should be able to do it:
    jmf player getduration - Google Search
    and there might even be
    Getting .mp3 Duration Of A JMF - Java | Dream.In.Code
    a couple of ways of doing it
    Finding Duration of an MP3 file in Java - Stack Overflow

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