FMJ - Freedom for Media in Java

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FMJ is an alternative to Java Media Framework (JMF), while remaining API-compatible with JMF. It aims to produce a single API/Framework which can be used to capture, playback, process, and stream media across multiple platforms. The sub-projects, FFMPEG-Java and Theora-Java, are Java wrappers for FFMPEG and Vorbis respectively. Its sister project is LTI-CIVIL and it is used as the primary video capture device library.

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