has anyone successfully created a video (AVI, MPEG etc) from Java3D. I know this topic comes up occassionally but all I see is that people are referred to the J3D.org page on capturing still frames from an offscreen canvas. For video, that page merely suggests using JMF.
Sun's JMF sample pages have an example of creating a video from JPEGs but, as far as I can tell, they need to be at a fixed frame rate. The frames generated from the offscreen canvas will not be at a fixed frame rate.
My ideal would be to create an AVI in real-time (i.e without saving captured JPEGs to disk first) and capturing and synchronising audio with it.
Is this possible? Has anyone done it? If so, how?
(As an aside, I'm sure this would be of interest/value to many people and could appear as a topic on the wiki.)