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Hi guys,
I am doing a video conference project that is in Java. One Server and mulitiple clients.
Any client could send continuous video data captured from its webcam to the server, the server should be able to deliver this video to all other listening clients, so that the other listening clients could rend to their screesn.
In my plan,I think Server would be possible to catch the incoming stream from the client that are sending data. Then it clone the stream it get and feed to mulitiple processors that are ued send data to other listening clients.
Is this possible in JMF? Thanks very much for your suggestion.
BTW,it would be very very nice of you if similiar codes could be supplied to help me.
Sincerely yours
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