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- DescriptionQuickTime Java (QJT) is a terrific multimedia toolkit, but it's also terrifying to the uninitiated. Java developers who need to add audio, video, or interactive media creation and playback to their applications find that QTJ is powerful, but t easy to get into. In fact, when it comes to class-count, QuickTime Java is nearly as large as all of Java 1.1. Once you learn the entire scope of Apple's QuickTime software, you really appreciate the problem. At its simplest, QuickTime allows Mac and Windows users to play audio and video on their computers. But QuickTime is many things: a file format, an environment for media authoring, and a suite of applications that includes browser plug-ins for viewing media within a web page, a PictureViewer for working with still pictures, QuickTime Streaming Server for delivering streaming media files on the Internet in real time, and QuickTime Broadcaster for delivering live events on the Internet. Among others. As if that weren't daunting eugh, the javadocs on QJT are wildly incomplete, and other books on the topic are long out of date and t well regarded, making progress with QTJ extremely difficult. So what can you do? Our new hands-on guide, QuickTime Java: The Developer's Notebook, t only catches up with this techlogy, but de-mystifies it. This practical all lab, lecture book is an informal, code-intensive workbook that offers the first real look at this important software. Like other titles in our Developer's Notebook series, QuickTime Java: The Developer's Notebook is for impatient early adopters who want get up to speed on what they can use right w. It's deliberately light on theory, emphasizing example over explanation and practice over concept, so you can focus on learning by doing. QuickTime Java: The Developer's Notebook gives you just the functionality you need from QTJ. Even if you come to realize that 95 per cent of the API is irrelevant to you, this book will help you master the 5 per cent that really counts.
- Author BiographyChris Adamson is an Associate Online Editor for O'Reilly's Java websites, ONJava and java.net. He is also a software consultant, in the form of Subsequently and Furthermore, Inc., specializing in Java, Mac OS X, and media development. He wrote his first Java applet in 1996 on a 16 MHz black-and-white PowerBook 160 with the little-seen Sun MacJDK 1.0. In a previous career, he was a Writer / Associate Producer at CNN Headline News. He has an MA in Telecommunication from Michigan State University, and a BA in English and BS in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University.
- Author(s)Chris Adamson
- PublisherO'Reilly Media, Inc, USA
- Date of Publication21/01/2005
- SubjectComputing: Professional & Programming
- Place of PublicationSebastopol
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintO'Reilly Media, Inc, USA
- Content NoteIllustrations
- Weight413 g
- Width178 mm
- Height232 mm
- Spine17 mm
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