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how can i made MMAPI support RTP?  RSS feed

 
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How can I exactly integrate the RTP protocol stack in MMAPI or j2me as supported protocol types?
 
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Iam also exactly interested in this.Can anyone of u please help us on this
 
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Hi,

MMAPI lets you define custom application DataSource objects.
This type of objects allows MIDlets to handle media transport.

It�s not exactly simple and the MMAPI 1.1 documentation is somewhat
obscure, but this should be the way to go.

Eduardo
 
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See this

https://today.java.net/article/2005/09/22/j2me-tutorial-part-4-multimedia-and-midp-20?page=3
 
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