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MAVAJ SUN CO. wrote: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.
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 .
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.