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Special:Permalink/580103791 says: "In contrast to function libraries, a multimedia framework provides a run time environment for the media processing. Ideally such an environment provides execution contexts"
- My question: where is the difference between an "execution context" and a subroutine/function in a library file, that can be called upon? User:ScotXWt@lk 10:43, 10 July 2016 (UTC)
Wouldn't it be better to have a table of frameworks vs. platform. Also 'platform independent' vs. 'cross platform': that is the same (means JMF could go up to the platform independent group). Ensonic (talk) 11:54, 6 June 2008 (UTC)
I think it would be good to explain key features of a MMF a bit more in detail:
- detecting the i/o protocol (file, http, rtsp, mms, ...)
- file type recognition (avi, ogg, asf, mp4, ...
- detect codecs for each stream (h264, aac, mp3, vorbis, ...)
- You mean make this article be more like the GStreamer article? For certain a valid idea. I neither have the knowledge nor the comprehension to do so. Me still thinks it is overkill to employ GStreamer for simple playback ;-) Of course I do that after watching several videos from "tech talks" at GUADEC and co. Many such Wikipedia articles (on software) are either too short or wrong or simply incomprehensible for me. User:ScotXWt@lk 10:47, 10 July 2016 (UTC)