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Perhaps there's something which was in your classpath in Eclipse but isn't in your classpath now that you're using a jar. Or perhaps there's something which was in your current working directory in Eclipse but isn't in your current working directory when you run the jar. At any rate it's going to be some kind of setup problem.
The video codec resides in the jmf.jar, if the your app cannot find the jar (CLASSPATH) then no video will be displayed
Another option: different Java runtime being used to invoke the application?
I find it a bit odd that the problem is not of the "classnotfound" kind but failure to playback the video stream.