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Using JMF in Eclipse 3.0 -- A "failed to realize" error

 
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Hi guys,

I have a very simple java demo file that uses JMF+SWING to make a easy MP3 player. Everything is fine until I load a MP3 file and it gives me the following message:



That is what happened to me in eclipse. The weird thing is it runs well (MP3 file can be successfully read and play) when I switch to the console window and type "java JMFTest" (JMFTest.class is the class file complied by eclipse).
does any one get a solution for this ? btw, I am using JMF 2.1.1.e.
thx ...
 
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