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Thread: Using JMF

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    Default Using JMF

    I'm not sure if it is the right place to ask this question then sorry if I shouldn't ask this here
    I want to develop a code for my project but I'm a beginner and I'm not even sure if it's possible to write such a program using Java. I just want you tell me if it is possible to write such a code using Java and then I will start to learn how to do it.
    I want to write a video player. Imagine we have 2 audio files(.mp3 or .wav files) and 1 video file(.avi) and we have 2 subtitle files(.txt I guess) I want to have a video player that have this feature:
    It should be possible to change the subtitle and audio while watching the video(just like what we can do while watching a movie using a DVD player)
    I know JMF is used for coding about media but I don't know if it can give me what I need for my project. Is it possible to write such a code in Java?
    please help me. tnx


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    Default Re: Using JMF

    Hello.
    I believe Java is the world's top language/technology for building any kind of application - from system program to rich web/enterprise/desktop applications.
    And Java has rich API for audio/video programming.
    Refer "Java How to Program" by "Deitel & Deitel".

    Syed.

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