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Quicktime in Applet

 
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Was wondering if any of you Java Gurus knew how to play quicktime video in an applet? Want to play multiple qt mov and chose to use applet because dont want user to download a plugin.
Only thing I found was the Java Media Framework API (JMF) to play video in Java. However, according to what I have read the user needs to download the JMF on their client side in order to use.
Is there a way around this??
Please advise!
 
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