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Equivalent of 'Detect Capture Devices' in JMF Registry

 
Seth Burleigh
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I'm attempting to write a JMF application. I have heard that in order to find external devices, like
a web cam, one has to use JMF Registry to find devices and then 'commit' them. Then you can access them in java code. You can find them with the Detect Capture Devices button in JMF Registry. I would like to provide this functionality in my own app. However, i cannot seem to find the appropriate code in the source code for JMF Registry. What is the process to find the list of all devices?

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Pardha kanna
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I am also looking for the same informatin, if some one could help it is a great help.

Thanks,
-Pardha
 
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I think you may have some more success in the Other JSE/JEE APIs forum. Moving there.
 
Paul Clapham
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Does this link help? To find it I googled "jmf". The first link was Sun's JMF pages. I clicked on "Code Samples and Apps", then on "2.1 - Sample code", then on "JMFRegistry".
 
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