Field Extraction using Java Media API

Discussion in 'Java' started by Oracle3001, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. Oracle3001

    Oracle3001 Guest

    Hi All,

    I have written an quick prototype to extract frames from a media file, using
    the java media api. I am trying to track an object in the video sequence,
    and it only appears on 4-5 frames. I have been told, that I can extract the
    60 fields that are interlaced to form the 30 frames/sec.

    Firstly is this possible with a simple java api media class? If not, does
    anybody know an algorithm and/or implementation to achieve this? I know
    there are industrial applications to do this, but I really want to build my
    own.


    Adam
     
    Oracle3001, Jul 21, 2003
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