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server side video encode(video to flv) in java

 
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helloo guys....!

im having a problem with video encoding in java.i tried once to use ffmpeg.but its very difficult for me. ffmpeg written in C.so any one can help me to solve my problem..seriously guys..this video encode case killing me.. please i need a help..

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There is nothing in the Servlet Specification to help with this. Moved to a more appropriate forum.
 
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hey sameera why don't you try to use Java Media Framework known as "JMF"
and for ffmpg problem that its written in C i think you can search www.sourceforge.net for its (FFMPG's) implementation in JAVA....this may help you as it helped in building a full fleged media player i think......

try it buddy you will get it
 
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http://jffmpeg.sourceforge.net/ is a Java layer on top of ffmpeg. It runs on top of the Java Media Framework - JMF, so you'll need that as well. JMF code examples can be found here.
 
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you can go for FOBS that is wraped arround Jffmpeg..

Thanks
 
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hi guys....

thanks for all replies.. yeah... JMF will solve ma problem...datz for sure..
jffmpeg ROXzz... any way...thank you very much for all..

cheers !!!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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