Motion JPEG Player is a small, compact and fast Motion JPEG player for Java-enabled mobile devices. It is designed to play video and audio streams from IP cameras on mobile phones and PDAs. The idea behind the player is to be as much as possible device independent, that is, to work on almost all devices that have a J2ME VM MIDP 2.0 CLDC 1.0.
The player supports only M-JPEG/JPEG streams for video and G.711 64 Kbit/s streams for audio. It supports HTTP Basic and Digest access authentication RFC2617 compliant. PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) controls are available and tested with Axis cameras and servers. The PTZ commands are configurable on the JAD file. Almost all device keys are associated with a PTZ command. Some keys are used for special purposes like to rotate the image or to switch between the normal and alternate key sets. In order to extend the number of keys available two key sets are defined, the normal and respective the alternate set. A green indicator on the screen means that the normal key set is currently active.A red indicator on the screen means that the alternate key set is currently active.
What's New in This Release:
· Using the Alternate key 1 now you can send MMS or e-mail messages containing snapshots from your camera. The destination address and the subject of the messages are configurable on the JAD file (MMS-Address and MMS-Subject). This option uses the MMS service.
· Using the Alternate key 3 now you can send e-mail messages containing snapshots from your camera. The destination address and the subject of the messages are configurable on the JAD file (SMTP-Host, SMTP-MailFrom, SMTP-MailTo and SMTP-Subject). This option use a SMTP service via the network and is cheaper than e-mail messages via MMS.
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