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How to save the buffered images to video(.avi)

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sivagururaja
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Hi All,

Assume that i have 100 buffered images. Now all i want to do is, i will save these buffered images to one .avi file.

Can some one help me to do this.
Thanks and regards,
Sivagururaja.

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Harald Kuhr

Hi,

I just remembered that I read about something like this some time ago.
You might want to check out:

http://blog.hslu.ch/rawcoder/2008/08/12/writing-avi-videos-using-pure-java/

No sure how well it works, but could be a starting point.

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Harald K

On 21. nov.. 2009, at 13.13, jai-imageio@javadesktop.org wrote:

> Assume that i have 100 buffered images. Now all i want to do is, i
> will save these buffered images to one .avi file.

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sivagururaja
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mr.Harald K

Thanks for your response.
Last week, i read the blog also. I can able to produce a raw video stream.
But i can't succeed with JPEG compression.

We can create the avi from the sequences of JPEG, using the JMF.
http://java.sun.com/javase/technologies/desktop/media/jmf/2.1.1/solution...

But i don't want to use the JMF.
Is it possible to create the .avi file from the buffered images without using the JMF?

Thanks and regards
Sivagururaja.