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Alternatives to JMF for an audio/video chat application using Java

 
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Hello Everyone,

I couldn't find the right forum so I am posting this in the " Java in General " forum.

I am developing a audio/video chat application and tried using JMF but there is significant delay ~1-2 seconds even when both the PCs are in the same LAN. I have heard of FMJ but haven't used it yet. Can you please suggest any other alternatives to JMF ?

I have also used the webcam-capture API. It can successfully capture the video from default webcam and display it but does not have any options for transmitting it to another user.

Thanks in advance.
 
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