1 Reply Latest reply: Sep 20, 2011 12:35 PM by captfoss RSS

    Why JMF 64 bit is not exist ? solution ?

    MSC
      Hi ,

      I tried to make AR application which use JMF - JAVA 3D - Open GL . Therefore I just installed JAVA 1.7 64 bit , Java 3d 64 Bit , Open GL 64 bit , on my WINDOWS 7 64 Pro , of course I could not find 64 bit of JMF and installed 32 Bit version . ( It work fine when I run JMF studio ) . But then I try to run my application I got this error .
      Exception in thread "VFW Request Thread" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: JMFSecurityManager: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0\bin\jmvfw.dll: Can't load IA 32-bit .dll on a AMD 64-bit platform
           at com.sun.media.JMFSecurityManager.loadLibrary(JMFSecurityManager.java:206)
           at com.sun.media.protocol.vfw.VFWCapture.<clinit>(VFWCapture.java:19)
           at com.sun.media.protocol.vfw.VFWSourceStream.doConnect(VFWSourceStream.java:241)
           at com.sun.media.protocol.vfw.VFWSourceStream.run(VFWSourceStream.java:763)
           at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
      I know 32 bit dll wil not work with JAVA 64 bit . But I search everywhere and result was disappoint me .

      My first question , Why did JMF grow ? Is it because technology of media in java reach to limitation or nobody interesting about it any more ? Is there any alternative solution for media in Java programming ? Or any body know how I can build 64 bit version of JMF from source and dll files ? It would be nice if any master mind give me some guide path .
        • 1. Re: Why JMF 64 bit is not exist ? solution ?
          captfoss
          MAVAJ SUN CO. wrote:
          My first question , Why did JMF grow ? Is it because technology of media in java reach to limitation or nobody interesting about it any more ? Is there any alternative solution for media in Java programming ? Or any body know how I can build 64 bit version of JMF from source and dll files ? It would be nice if any master mind give me some guide path .
          JMF hasn't been supported since 2001. Media wasn't particularly popular in 2001, and QuickTime pretty much had a corner on the market. And then Adobe came along with Flash and left everyone else in the dust. Other companies are just now catching up to Adobe.

          There are some media frameworks for Java, but none of them are especially useful when compared to Flash / Silverlight... but they're things like FMJ and Quicktime for Java.