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An Advanced Mobile Media Player Using J2 Me

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  • 1. J2ME Project Advanced Mobile Media Player Group D
  • 2. Group Members
    • Saatviga S. 2005/ICT/054
      • [email_address]
    • Wickramasuriya K.T. 2005/ICT/076
      • [email_address]
    • Jayasundara B.M.W.U.C.B. 2005/ICT/031
      • [email_address]
  • 3. Road Map
    • Architecture of the application
    • Tools and Devices used
    • Media API’s used
    • Features Implemented
    • Problems Faced
    • Demo of the Application
  • 4. Architecture javax.microedition.amms Manager createPlayer(source: DataSource):Player Data Source Player <<Interface>> Controllable getControl() Control creates gets control amms.control module Global Manager Sound Source 3D Effect module Media processor creates Volume control Record control Javax.microedition.media
  • 5. Tools & Devices Used
    • Netbeans 6.1 , Eclipse 3.2 IDE
    • Sun Java Wireless Tool Kit 2.5.2
    • S60 3 rd Edition SDK for MIDP
    • Nokia PC Suite – Application Installer
    • Nokia 6120 – S60 3 rd Ed Platform
    • Sony Ericsson k850i – Linux/OSE Platform
  • 6. Media API’s Used
    • Mobile Media API (MMAPI) - JSR 135  
      • javax.microedition.media.*
    • Advanced MultiMedia Supplements(AMMS) - JSR 234
      • javax.microedition.amms.GlobalManager
      • javax.microedition.amms.MediaProcessor
      • javax.microedition.amms.MediaProcessorListener
      • javax.microedition.amms.control.imageeffect.ImageTransformControl
      • javax.microedition.amms.control.imageeffect.ImageEffectControl
      • javax.microedition.amms.control.audioeffect.*
      • javax.microedition.amms.control.*
  • 7. Features
    • Audio Player
    • Video Player
    • Voice Recorder
    • Sound Settings
    • Image Editor
    • Media Player Help
  • 8. Audio player
    • Support for,
      • wav
      • midi
      • jts
      • amr
      • mp3
  • 9. Video Player
    • Support for,
      • mpeg
      • mp4
      • 3gp
    • Snapshots can be taken from video
  • 10. Voice Recorder
  • 11. Sound Settings
    • Basic Settings
      • Volume, Pan, Base, Treble
    • Advanced Equalizer
    • Reverbation Settings
      • Level, Room level, Reverb Presets
    • Chorus mode
  • 12. Image Editor Sepia Effect
    • Select Image
    • Set Effects
      • Monochrome
      • Emboss
      • Sepia
      • Negative
      • Red Eye
      • Solarize
      • No Effect
    • Set Transformations
      • Set width, height
      • Create Borders
      • Rotate Image
  • 13. Media Player Help
    • Audio Player Help
    • Video Player Help
    • Voice Recorder Help
    • Image Editor Help
    • Sound Settings Help
  • 14. Problems Faced..
    • WTK 2.5.2 had no emulator support for playing mp3 , mp4, 3gp files.
    • Nokia S60 emulator threw lots of exceptions
    • Verify errors occurred in Eclipse 3.2, but the same application worked well with Netbeans without any errors.
    • Problem with integrating midlets together through a single menu.
      • Nokia devices installed each midlet seperately without as an whole application
      • But Sony Ericsson installed them as one application but whenever exiting a midlet it returned to the application jar file without to the list of midlets.
    • Couldn’t play mp3 files in the audio player initially. Later it worked when a mp3 file less than the size of 400 KB was tested.
    • Image Effects & sound settings were not working properly when deployed to the phone.
  • 15. Demo of the Media Player
  • 16. Thank You