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Getting started with Fobs4JMF

 
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Hello ranchers!

I am not developing for applets - This is for J2SE actually, however I find most of items in google that Fobs4JMF is always associated with applets (so here I am).

I can't find sample code for making my own movie player using Fobs4JMF...I like this library because it plays flv and other formats.

Can anyone here show/guide me where to start? I find the documentation complex from the home page of Fobs4JMF. I wish for a more simple and 'for dummies' approach. (With screenshot - if its not too much for asking)
 
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Isn't this just a plugin for JMF that provides support for additional file formats? If so, any standard JMF media player should work after the plugins has been registered with JMF.

(The fact that so much can be found about this library and applets is probably due to it requiring native libraries, and so it's not trivial to make work in applets.)
 
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