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* To show a video, xine requires a video output, which implements XineVideoView. For this, libxine-java provides XineAWTCanvas and XineSwingCanvas for use in AWT/Swing windows and a standalone XineAWTFrame.
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* To show a video, xine requires a video output, which implements XineVideoView. For this, libxine-java provides XineAWTCanvas/XineSwingCanvas for use in AWT/Swing windows, a standalone XineAWTFrame, and XineSWTCanvas for SWT windows. 
August 08, 2008, at 05:46 PM by 129.132.130.194 -
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* The path to the installed native libraries (JNI) is inserted into org.libxine.XineJNIPath.java by the Makefile based on the libtool output. By this, it is not necessary to change LD_LIBRARY_PATH (respectively DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH on Mac OS X) or set the java.library.path property.
* libxine.jar is installed into a system java
directory. This is /Library/Java/Extensions/ on Mac OS X and java.home/lib/ext on Linux systems. By this, the classpath does not need to configured for the use of libxine-java.
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* The absolute path to the installed native libraries (JNI) is inserted into org.libxine.XineJNIPath.java by configure. By this, it is not necessary to change LD_LIBRARY_PATH (respectively DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH on Mac OS X) or set the java.library.path property.
* libxine.jar is installed into a system Java
directory. This is /Library/Java/Extensions/ on Mac OS X and java.home/lib/ext on Linux systems. By this, the classpath does not need to configured for the use of libxine-java.
August 08, 2008, at 05:44 PM by 129.132.130.194 -
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* To show a video, xine requires a video output. For this, libxine-java provides XineAWTCanvas and XineSwingCanvas for use in AWT/Swing windows.
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* To show a video, xine requires a video output, which implements XineVideoView. For this, libxine-java provides XineAWTCanvas and XineSwingCanvas for use in AWT/Swing windows and a standalone XineAWTFrame.
July 22, 2008, at 08:35 PM by 80.218.230.83 -
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! Documentation
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! Unsorted Notes
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* To show a video, xine requires a video output. For this, libxine-java provides XineAWTCanvas and XineSwingCanvas for use in AWT/Swing windows.
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* To show a video, xine requires a video output. For this, libxine-java provides XineAWTCanvas and XineSwingCanvas for use in AWT/Swing windows.

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June 06, 2008, at 06:45 PM by 129.132.130.194 -
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* The path to the installed native libraries (JNI) is inserted into org.libxine.XineJNIPath.java by the Makefile based on libtool output. By this, it is not necessary to change LD_LIBRARY_PATH (DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH on Mac OS X) or set java.library.path
* The libxine.jar is installed into a system java directory. This /Library/Java/Extensions/ on Mac OS X and java.home/lib/ext on linux systems. By this, the classpath does not need to configured.
* The class XineController handles the low level xine initialization and provides a simple video player interface. Non-supported xine function can still be called directly. For this, XineController.getNativeStreamAll() returns the native stream required for most xine lib
calls.
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* The path to the installed native libraries (JNI) is inserted into org.libxine.XineJNIPath.java by the Makefile based on the libtool output. By this, it is not necessary to change LD_LIBRARY_PATH (respectively DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH on Mac OS X) or set the java.library.path property.
* libxine.jar
is installed into a system java directory. This is /Library/Java/Extensions/ on Mac OS X and java.home/lib/ext on Linux systems. By this, the classpath does not need to configured for the use of libxine-java.
* The class XineController handles the low-level xine initialization and provides a simple video player interface. Non-supported xine functions can still be called directly by means of the generated SWIG binding. The native xine streame required for most xine lib
calls can be obtained from XineController.getNativeStreamAll().
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! Documentation
* libxine-java uses SWIG to provide direct access to the complete native xine library.
* The path to the installed native libraries (JNI) is inserted into org.libxine.XineJNIPath.java by the Makefile based on libtool output. By this, it is not necessary to change LD_LIBRARY_PATH (DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH on Mac OS X) or set java.library.path
* The libxine.jar is installed into a system java directory. This /Library/Java/Extensions/ on Mac OS X and java.home/lib/ext on linux systems. By this, the classpath does not need to configured.
* The class XineController handles the low level xine initialization and provides a simple video player interface. Non-supported xine function can still be called directly. For this, XineController.getNativeStreamAll() returns the native stream required for most xine lib calls.
* To show a video, xine requires a video output. For this, libxine-java provides XineAWTCanvas and XineSwingCanvas for use in AWT/Swing windows.