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This has to be done using an HScene object. Construct one using HSceneFactory.
org.dvb.ui.DVBBufferedImage is what you want. About the other reply on this thread - I don't know of a createImage method tied to HScene.
Anyway, if you're doing double-buffering you might be interested in the double-buffered animation framework in the HD cookbook project. Despite the Blu-ray association, it absolutely works with OCAP. In fact, the first version of the GRIN framework (out of which came the now-separable animation framework) was first run on a Canal+ MHP STB, so that code has been around the block, GEM-compatibility-wise.
Anyway, if an animation framework would be helpful, check out https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net, particularly https://hdcookbook.dev.java.net/animator.html .