[vlc-devel] Re: [Announcement] jvlc 0.0.6 released

Kuldipsingh Pabla Kuldipsingh.Pabla at Sun.COM
Tue Jun 6 18:16:57 CEST 2006

Great! Thanx Filippo.

I have more requirements now. Is there anyway to get timescode using 
Java API? How to achieve it? Also, how to ensure that transcoding has 
timestamp too?



Filippo Carone wrote:
> Kuldipsingh Pabla ha scritto:
>> Thanx Filippo,
>> I'll give it a try today it self and get back to you if I run into any 
>> issues. Is there a readme or changes file that talks about new API?
> Take a look at org/videolan/*Intf.java to see the available APIs. 
> There's a new class, called Status, which keeps an eye on the playlist 
> and checks if there's an input running or not. So you may check in this 
> way:
> if ( jvlc.status.inputPlaying ) {
>   here you are sure an input is really going on
> }
> if ( jvlc.status.inputVout ) {
>   here you are sure an input has a video output window
> }
> The Status class is a threads which runs as soon as the JVLC class is 
> created.
> Cheers,
> fc

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