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jjmpeg

https://www.zedzone.space/software/jjmpeg.html
Java binding for FFmpeg

jjmpeg is a hand-rolled object-oriented native Java binding for a number libraries in FFmpeg together with some re-usable high level components that make reading and writing media files trivial.

The various C structures are represented directly by garbage collectable Java objects and native accessors. Functions take native objects directly simplifying the internal Java-side scaffolding.





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2 April 2019




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Michael Zucchi (Notzed) developer


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Software prerequisites

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Required to buildmake, gcc, perl, openjdk 11, ffmpeg headers
Required to useopenjdk 11, ffmpeg libraries



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