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 * @(#)SimplePlayerApplet.java  1.2 01/03/13 

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import java.applet.Applet;
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import java.lang.String;
import java.net.URL;
import java.net.MalformedURLException;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.Properties;
import javax.media.*;
//import com.sun.media.util.JMFSecurity;

/**
  * This is a Java Applet that demonstrates how to create a simple
  * media player with a media event listener. It will play the
  * media clip right away and continuously loop.
  * 
  *<!-- Sample HTML
* <applet code=SimplePlayerApplet width=320 height=300>
* <param name=file value="sun.avi">
* </applet>
* --> */ public class SimplePlayerApplet extends Applet implements ControllerListener { // media Player Player player = null; // component in which video is playing Component visualComponent = null; // controls gain, position, start, stop Component controlComponent = null; // displays progress during download Component progressBar = null; boolean firstTime = true; long CachingSize = 0L; Panel panel = null; int controlPanelHeight = 0; int videoWidth = 0; int videoHeight = 0; /** * Read the applet file parameter and create the media * player. */ public void init() { //$ System.out.println("Applet.init() is called"); setLayout(null); setBackground(Color.white); panel = new Panel(); panel.setLayout( null ); add(panel); panel.setBounds(0, 0, 320, 240); // input file name from html param String mediaFile = null; // URL for our media file MediaLocator mrl = null; URL url = null; // Get the media filename info. // The applet tag should contain the path to the // source media file, relative to the html page. if ((mediaFile = getParameter("FILE")) == null) Fatal("Invalid media file parameter"); try { url = new URL(getDocumentBase(), mediaFile); mediaFile = url.toExternalForm(); } catch (MalformedURLException mue) { } try { // Create a media locator from the file name if ((mrl = new MediaLocator(mediaFile)) == null) Fatal("Can't build URL for " + mediaFile); /* try { JMFSecurity.enablePrivilege.invoke(JMFSecurity.privilegeManager, JMFSecurity.writePropArgs); JMFSecurity.enablePrivilege.invoke(JMFSecurity.privilegeManager, JMFSecurity.readPropArgs); JMFSecurity.enablePrivilege.invoke(JMFSecurity.privilegeManager, JMFSecurity.connectArgs); } catch (Exception e) {} */ // Create an instance of a player for this media try { player = Manager.createPlayer(mrl); } catch (NoPlayerException e) { System.out.println(e); Fatal("Could not create player for " + mrl); } // Add ourselves as a listener for a player's events player.addControllerListener(this); } catch (MalformedURLException e) { Fatal("Invalid media file URL!"); } catch (IOException e) { Fatal("IO exception creating player for " + mrl); } // This applet assumes that its start() calls // player.start(). This causes the player to become // realized. Once realized, the applet will get // the visual and control panel components and add // them to the Applet. These components are not added // during init() because they are long operations that // would make us appear unresposive to the user. } /** * Start media file playback. This function is called the * first time that the Applet runs and every * time the user re-enters the page. */ public void start() { //$ System.out.println("Applet.start() is called"); // Call start() to prefetch and start the player. if (player != null) player.start(); } /** * Stop media file playback and release resource before * leaving the page. */ public void stop() { //$ System.out.println("Applet.stop() is called"); if (player != null) { player.stop(); player.deallocate(); } } public void destroy() { //$ System.out.println("Applet.destroy() is called"); player.close(); } /** * This controllerUpdate function must be defined in order to * implement a ControllerListener interface. This * function will be called whenever there is a media event */ public synchronized void controllerUpdate(ControllerEvent event) { // If we're getting messages from a dead player, // just leave if (player == null) return; // When the player is Realized, get the visual // and control components and add them to the Applet if (event instanceof RealizeCompleteEvent) { if (progressBar != null) { panel.remove(progressBar); progressBar = null; } int width = 320; int height = 0; if (controlComponent == null) if (( controlComponent = player.getControlPanelComponent()) != null) { controlPanelHeight = controlComponent.getPreferredSize().height; panel.add(controlComponent); height += controlPanelHeight; } if (visualComponent == null) if (( visualComponent = player.getVisualComponent())!= null) { panel.add(visualComponent); Dimension videoSize = visualComponent.getPreferredSize(); videoWidth = videoSize.width; videoHeight = videoSize.height; width = videoWidth; height += videoHeight; visualComponent.setBounds(0, 0, videoWidth, videoHeight); } panel.setBounds(0, 0, width, height); if (controlComponent != null) { controlComponent.setBounds(0, videoHeight, width, controlPanelHeight); controlComponent.invalidate(); } } else if (event instanceof CachingControlEvent) { if (player.getState() > Controller.Realizing) return; // Put a progress bar up when downloading starts, // take it down when downloading ends. CachingControlEvent e = (CachingControlEvent) event; CachingControl cc = e.getCachingControl(); // Add the bar if not already there ... if (progressBar == null) { if ((progressBar = cc.getControlComponent()) != null) { panel.add(progressBar); panel.setSize(progressBar.getPreferredSize()); validate(); } } } else if (event instanceof EndOfMediaEvent) { // We've reached the end of the media; rewind and // start over player.setMediaTime(new Time(0)); player.start(); } else if (event instanceof ControllerErrorEvent) { // Tell TypicalPlayerApplet.start() to call it a day player = null; Fatal(((ControllerErrorEvent)event).getMessage()); } else if (event instanceof ControllerClosedEvent) { panel.removeAll(); } } void Fatal (String s) { // Applications will make various choices about what // to do here. We print a message System.err.println("FATAL ERROR: " + s); throw new Error(s); // Invoke the uncaught exception // handler System.exit() is another // choice. } }

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