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Problem: Capturing Real Time media using Midlets

 
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Hi,
I'm new to using J2ME. i have been assigned a task to capture live video from a webcam attached to a Pc and transmit the same over the network and the resultant needs to be visible in an Emulator.
I have been able to capture, transmit and recieve media using JMF framework using RTP, but could not dot he same J2ME (Midlets). I request to kindly guide me through as to how i can approach in achieving the said task. Sample code bits may also be provided, if any in this regard.

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I do not think you can do this with standard J2ME. J2ME allows you to record audio, video and capture still pictures from the camera -- but not real time streaming content. You would have to implement the real protocol yourself by extending the MMAPI.
 
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