QuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook
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Java developers who need to add audio, video, or interactive media creation and playback to their applications find that QuickTime Java is a powerful toolkit, but one that's not easy to get into. This book offers the first real look at this important software with an informal, code-intensive style that lets impatient early adopters focus on learning by doing. You get just the functionality you need.
- The Developer's Notebook Series
- Chapter 1: Getting Up and Running with QuickTime for Java
- Chapter 2: Playing Movies
- Chapter 3: Editing Movies
- Chapter 4: Working with Components
- Chapter 5: Working with QuickDraw
- Chapter 6: Capture
- Chapter 7: Audio Media
- Chapter 8: Video Media
- Chapter 9: Miscellaneous Media
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