Sending and receiving RTP with JMF

Discussion in 'Java' started by ravik.tupja@hotmail.com, Mar 2, 2007.

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    Hello everyone,

    I need to provide RTP functionality for an application without a GUI.
    This functionality consists of having an RTPSender class and an
    RTPReceiver class. RTPSender is a thread that sends RTP packets to a
    listening socket implemented in the RTPReceiver class. I have tried
    to use JMF but I need to know how to send/receive RTP without
    instantiating a player with a GUI. Can somebody provide some sample
    code (or pseudo-code) for sending and receiving RTP using the JMF
    without a GUI? The coding samples that I have seen show the JMF being
    used with GUI components such as an RTP player.


    Any help would be appreciated,

    Ravik Tupja
    Applications Software Designer
    , Mar 2, 2007
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