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Are there any emulators that support video capture? The ones I've tried advertise through video.encodings and supports.video.capture that they do but RecordControl is always non-existent.

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Hartti Suomela

Another thread specific to Nokia? I do not exactly understand what do
you mean by that? Specific to video capture on Nokia devices?

What comes to your question about Nokia's U.S. developer support:

Nokia has developer support (Forum Nokia) here in U.S. and Latin America
for developers working with Symbian, Java ME, Flash, etc. That includes
both technical support as well as business support (especially for our
Forum Nokia PRO partners)

On the Web, our main page is http://www.forum.nokia.com, which has
documentation, tools, SDKs, and also lively discussion boards on
development issues around Nokia devices and sometimes on other devices
as well :-)
We have also regional activities planned around conferences (such as
JavaOne) and we organize Nokia-specific technology events called Nokia
TechDays in various cities. The next ones are going to be in Brazil, in
Sao Paulo (March 5-6), and in Rio De Janeiro (March 8)
http://www.nokia.com/A4126240

You can contact me for more details (my email is first name dot last
name at nokia dot com)

Sorry for the shameless plug, I did not have the direct email to the
person asking the question.

best regards,
Hartti Suomela
Forum Nokia Americas
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I notice a "Forum Nokia America' in some signatures in this thread. Is
there another thread specific to Nokia and if someone can point me in
that direction as well.

Does Nokia provides Technical/ J2ME code development support within USA
for its mobile phones.

Thx
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Harrti,

Thanks for the info, I have just sent you an email on the Nokia address.

Regards
QM/

terrencebarr
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Hartti,

I looked into this a while ago and seem to remember animated GIFs were required but I may be wrong - thanks for pointing that out.

-- Terrence

Hartti Suomela

Hi Terrence,

What do you mean with
"Unfortunately the MMAPI (JSR-135 and successors) don't require support
for any specific media formats. The only encoding that is required is
animated GIFs."

I agree with the first sentence. It is the second sentence I have
problems with...

Hartti Suomela
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Hi again,

Unfortunately the MMAPI (JSR-135 and successors) don't require support
for any specific media formats. The only encoding that is required is
animated GIFs. So you need to verify each device that you want your
application to run on for your specific format support.

I believe this is a result of the fact that at the time JSR-135 was
developed there were no clear favorites in terms of media formats.

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I notice a "Forum Nokia America' in some signatures in this thread. Is there another thread specific to Nokia and if someone can point me in that direction as well.

Does Nokia provides Technical/ J2ME code development support within USA for its mobile phones.

Thx

Daniel Rocha

Hi all,

My first post :)

For Nokia devices, if you want to check which media formats are accepted
in MMAPI, you can check this document:
http://forum.nokia.com/info/sw.nokia.com/id/bc00e4ce-7df3-4527-962c-d398
43a808d0/MIDP_Mobile_Media_API_Support_In_Nokia_Devices_v1_0_en.pdf.html
.

Of course, you can also query for support using system properties:
"video.encodings", "audio.encodings" and "video.snapshot.encodings".
Please note that, at least in Nokia devices, media formats supported
through MMAPI may be different than the ones supported by the device
itself.

[]s
Daniel Rocha
Forum Nokia

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Hi again,

Unfortunately the MMAPI (JSR-135 and successors) don't require support
for any specific media formats. The only encoding that is required is
animated GIFs. So you need to verify each device that you want your
application to run on for your specific format support.

I believe this is a result of the fact that at the time JSR-135 was
developed there were no clear favorites in terms of media formats.

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Juarez Junior

Hi Daniel, welcome, nice to have you here :)

I am lurking here and helping when I can but the discussions here are very
cool and I am learning a lot ;)

Best,

Juarez Jr

On 2/8/07, Daniel Rocha wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> My first post :)
>
> For Nokia devices, if you want to check which media formats are accepted
> in MMAPI, you can check this document:
> http://forum.nokia.com/info/sw.nokia.com/id/bc00e4ce-7df3-4527-962c-d398
> 43a808d0/MIDP_Mobile_Media_API_Support_In_Nokia_Devices_v1_0_en.pdf.html
> .
>
> Of course, you can also query for support using system properties:
> "video.encodings", "audio.encodings" and "video.snapshot.encodings".
> Please note that, at least in Nokia devices, media formats supported
> through MMAPI may be different than the ones supported by the device
> itself.
>
> []s
> Daniel Rocha
> Forum Nokia
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: A mailing list for KVM discussion
> [mailto:KVM-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM] On Behalf Of ext
> owner-kvm-interest@JAVA.SUN.COM
> Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2007 9:22 AM
> To: KVM-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
> Subject: Re: Video Capture on Emulators
>
> Hi again,
>
> Unfortunately the MMAPI (JSR-135 and successors) don't require support
> for any specific media formats. The only encoding that is required is
> animated GIFs. So you need to verify each device that you want your
> application to run on for your specific format support.
>
> I believe this is a result of the fact that at the time JSR-135 was
> developed there were no clear favorites in terms of media formats.
>
> -- Terrence
> [Message sent by forum member 'terrencebarr' (terrencebarr)]
>
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Hi again,

Unfortunately the MMAPI (JSR-135 and successors) don't require support for any specific media formats. The only encoding that is required is animated GIFs. So you need to verify each device that you want your application to run on for your specific format support.

I believe this is a result of the fact that at the time JSR-135 was developed there were no clear favorites in terms of media formats.

-- Terrence

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Chris,

Our WTK expert tells me this:

In Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5 beta 2 there is sample called MobileMediaAPI. This sample contains Video/Video Capture -Form and Video Capture- Canvas. Both are working and supports capture, so you can create snapshot from playing video.

Let me know if that helps.

-- Terrence

Terrence Barr
Evangelist, Java Mobile & Embedded Community
Sun Microsystems, Germany
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qwikm
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Terrance,

Yur response is very pertinent for my application development needs.

Can you comment on the type of video formats (MPEG etc ) supported by J2ME.

Thanks
QM