Java Media Framework classpath and Openoffice 2.0
klaasjan at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 08:43:52 UTC 2005
On Thu, 3 Mar 2005 16:50:19 -0800 (PST), Mike Zingale
<zingale at ucolick.org> wrote:
> Hi, I am struggling to get movies inserted in presentations with the
> development snapshots of openoffice.org 2.0. In the new OOo version,
> they've switched the media capabilities over to the Java Media Framework.
> A description of this is at:
Interesting. Maybe the Gnome integration people can build a gstreamer
plugin for it.
Not that I'm holding my breath for office documents with embedded soundtracks ;)
> When I try the diagnostic applet linked to there (after restarting
> mozilla), I get:
> JMF classes.....Not Found
Looks like mozilla doesn't know about the CLASSPATH (it's not a global
variable, but depends on the shell you're in).
Maybe you set that classpath variable in the mozilla start script or
> There seems to be a lot of people reporting troubles in getting the Java
> Media Framework working with Linux on various lists, but I have not come
> across any solutions. Since this is an integral part of the new OOo 2.0
> release, which will eventually become part of Fedora, I am wondering if
> anyone has had any success in getting the JMF applets to work with Fedora.
I don't think Fedora will be integrating JMF since it's not open
source and not freely distributable.
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