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Latest commit 521f520 Aug 10, 2015 @ericjohansson89 ericjohansson89 committed with JimmyDahlqvist Reinstate createTrack in VUParser
The method createTrack was removed from the VUParser class
which made MediaPlayer creating incorrect track causing error.
Now VUParser overrides createTrack method returning correct
track and preventing error.

README.md

Multimedia for Android Library Readme

Description

Multimedia for Android Library contains an application level media player. It provides a familiar and easy to use way to playback MPEG-DASH streaming content, HTTP and local playback.

Contents supported

  • Containers: MPEG4, PIFF 1.1 and PIFF 1.3.
  • Codecs: H264, H265 (if supported by device) and AAC.
  • Subtitles: SMPTE-TT
  • DRM: Marlin and PlayReady (DRM support is not availble on all devices)
  • MPEG-DASH: DASH264, DASH265 (isoff-on-demand and isoff-live profiles only)
  • Microsoft Smooth Streaming

Developer Guide

The library requires API level 19 (KitKat) or above. The included Demo Application shows the Library in full use. However the Library is very easy to use and should be very familiar to anyone that has worked with Android MediaPlayer. Below is a very short example.

import com.sonymobile.android.media.MediaPlayer;
...
MediaPlayer mMediaPlayer = new MediaPlayer();
mMediaPlayer.setDataSource(<Path to source>);
mMediaPlayer.setDisplay(<SurfaceHolder to render on>);
mMediaPlayer.prepare();
mMediaPlayer.play();

Android Studio

The project contains an Android Studio project for both the library and the demo application.

  • Install Android Studio and setup the SDK
  • Select it to import the project into Android Studio

Gradle

The project can be built using Gradle, you can import it as a project dependency.

If you want to use Multimedia for Android Library as a jar run

./gradlew jarRelease

Include the built jar in your project.