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Discussion in 'Android Development' started by k_anas, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. k_anas

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    Hello everyone,

    I've been looking for a way to extract frames from a video for my Android App... The only things I found were related to the Java Media Framework, which I did not succeed to use since Eclipse doesn't seem to recognize the packages even though I've installed JMF on my computer.

    What I need is to be able to get a video that is located on the SSD card of the phone (The video is recorded from the phone) and be able to separate all the frames of it, so I can make some processing out of it... Is there any other way than the JMF library? Or maybe can someone help me get JMF to work?

    Thanks a lot in advance for any help at all!
     

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    I have been working on a project over the past several months to play a video using the FFmpeg library and the Android NDK. You can compile it for Android and decode each frame and do what you would like with it. As far as I know that is your only option to be able to process video frames...
     
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    thank u my friend, but dont you think that i can use xuggle!!
     
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    I looked into that a little but I never actually tried using it. If you get it to work I would be glad to hear about it! This would definitely be useful for a lot of people trying to do work with FFmpeg.
     

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