Java Media Player Open Source libraries are the open source libraries and frameworks that can use to build our own media player software. They have a wide range of features like playing audio files and streaming multimedia content. Java Media Player is used by many developers for creating multimedia applications. It provides a powerful and easy-to-use API for playing audio and video media. Java Media Player Open Source libraries is a collection of open source media player libraries which are based on the Java programming language. The goal of this project is to create an easy way for developers to test, compare and use different media players in their own applications. It provides a pluggable architecture allowing developers to create new media players and codes. The Java Media Framework supports audio, video and 3D content playback. Developers tend to use some of the following Java Media Player open source libraries: ExoPlayer - An extensible media player for Android; XR3Player - Advanced JavaFX Media Player; Amphitheatre - Android TV app that connects with network shares.
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