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Offline quitequick

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« Posted 2009-07-03 11:34:24 »

I'm currently attempting to render video onto a 3d poly using java and jogl. I've been using the JMF but haven't been pleasantly surprised. There  does seem to be long list of supported codecs but I get the impression that these are not necessarily the 'popular' ones - and I am no codec expert. I have something running but my solution only plays sample videos that demonstrate the JMF video functionality. I haven't got a video to play from anywhere else. I also want to 'stream' the video using fast http rather than a real-time protocol (maybe the video lives on Amazon S3  Wink ). JMF seems to keep the video in memory if from http, which I don't want. Googling for any of these subjects brings up not much.

In a nutshell, I'm looking for a solution to 3d rendering 'popular' video formats which are 'streamed' via http.

So my questions are...
What are the most 'popular' video formats/codecs?
Is there a Java library out there that can render the above and provide access to the raw framebuffer (for subsequent texturemap creation).
Is there a Java library out there that will do some sort of 'pseudo' streaming using http?

Ta very much!
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2009-07-03 13:24:49 »

Move this post to the appropriate forum Smiley This forum is not for general 3d questions but for the Java3D API.

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Offline quitequick

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2009-07-03 13:33:43 »

Terribly sorry, old chap. The description of the forum had me fooled - "3D graphics programming in Java" - which is what my question is about.

I have re-posted it on...

"jogl - Java Bindings for OpenGL"

Unless someone has a better idea?
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« Reply #3 - Posted 2009-07-03 15:11:21 »

jogl sounds good to me Smiley

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