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Play video from Byte[]

 
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Hi Guys,
I want to play video from Byte[].Any help?
 
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Depends on what the byte[] contains - there are lots of different video formats. The OtherOpenSourceProjectsFaq lists numerous media playback libraries.
 
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Start by checking out JMF. You can turn the byte[] into an InputStream using ByteArrayInputStream.
 
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