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Project Summary

Quicktime for Java is officially a deprecated framework, and does not function on 64 bit mac processors, leaving no non-JNI/JNA options to interfacing with Quicktime from Java/JMF. The complexity of creating such a library is prohibitive, especially for entry level java programmers, or for one-off projects.

The goal of the QTCubed project is to provide both a generic java framework for accessing QTKit (The modern Quicktime API) from Java, provided appropriate code signing, or, for accessing Quicktime through JMF, provided the appropriate permissions are set to allow access to the camera from an applet.

This project's goal is essentially to create a Performance Pack for JMF for OS X Leopard and higher based Mac computers.

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capture java javadesktop jni qtkit quicktime video video_capture videoplayer

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Java
64%
Objective-C
27%
4 Other
9%

30 Day Summary

Jun 21 2016 — Jul 21 2016

12 Month Summary

Jul 21 2015 — Jul 21 2016

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