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Duran Harris
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Hi all,

Maybe someone could help me...

I have a jar supplied by a 3rd party that contains the javax.media package...Now I'm new to JMF and want to get some resources to read up about it but I'm not sure what version it is....Maybe it's possible for someone to discern the version by looking at the classes that I have available?

The classes are:

MediaHandler.class
ControllerClosedEvent.class
ClockStoppedException.class
InternalErrorEvent.class
ControllerErrorEvent.class
GainChangeEvent.class
MediaLocator.class
GainControl.class
Time.class
CachingControlEvent.class
Duration.class
Controller.class
Clock.class
PackageManager.class
Manager.class
MediaException.class
MediaProxy.class
ClockStartedError.class
ControllerListener.class
EndOfMediaEvent.class
StartEvent.class
ResourceUnavailableEvent.class
StopTimeSetError.class
NotPrefetchedError.class
PrefetchCompleteEvent.class
MediaTimeSetEvent.class
ControllerEvent.class
DeallocateEvent.class
IncompatibleTimeBaseException.class
StopAtTimeEvent.class
RealizeCompleteEvent.class
TimeBase.class
StopEvent.class
NoPlayerException.class
NoDataSourceException.class
StopByRequestEvent.class
CachingControl.class
Player.class
Control.class
DurationUpdateEvent.class
TransitionEvent.class
MediaError.class
RestartingEvent.class
RateChangeEvent.class
MediaEvent.class
StopTimeChangeEvent.class
DataStarvedEvent.class
NotRealizedError.class
IncompatibleSourceException.class
ConnectionErrorEvent.class
GainChangeListener.class

Thanks so much..i just don't want to waste time learning unneccessary stuff....
 
Ulf Dittmer
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If you're not sure what version that is, why not just get the latest? http://java.sun.com/javase/technologies/desktop/media/jmf/2.1.1/download.html
JMF hasn't changed in years, so the last version is probably pretty stable.
 
Duran Harris
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Okay, the jar that i am talking about is some sort of custom JVM that implements the MHP spec(I think).I don't have access to the source code of the jar and I want to make sure that I am using a version of JMF that is compatible with the middleware.Sorry if I don't make much sense,this is all very new to me
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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