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Java API for Apple's Web Cam and Microphone?

 
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Hello there,

Is there a Java API for accessing Apple's built-in Web Cam and built-in Microphone?

Happy programming...
 
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The Java Sound API should work; I think it's capable of sampling from just about any attached microphone. For the camera, check out Apple's Quicktime for Java. If that don't cut it, you'd have to use JNI.
 
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Thanks Ulf!

I might just use Objective-C instead...

-Unnsse
[ December 13, 2008: Message edited by: Unnsse Khan ]
 
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