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How to get an image from .mp4 file

 
Greenhorn
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Hi!!

I have any problem to your help.

I need a java class to get an image from .mp4 file.

I try to read about JMF. But I confuse about it.

I need to get an example of image from .mp4. For example I need a first frame, 100th frame, 200 frame from video.

How do I writa a code.

Thanks.
 
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I try to read about JMF. But I confuse about it.


What are you confused about?

Both JMF (with the help of jffmpeg) and Quicktime4Java can play MPEG-4, so I think that both could be used to extract still images. See http://faq.javaranch.com/java/OtherOpenSourceProjectsFaq for related links.
 
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