Interface Effect

public interface Effect
extends Codec

An Effect is a media processing unit that takes an input Buffer of data, performs some special-effects processing on the data, and then outputs the data to an output Buffer. It has the same input and output structure as a Codec. The difference is that an Effect does not modify the Format of the data, it manipulates the contents.

JMF 2.0

Fields inherited from interface
Methods inherited from interface
getSupportedInputFormats, getSupportedOutputFormats, process, setInputFormat, setOutputFormat
Methods inherited from interface
close, getName, open, reset
Methods inherited from interface
getControl, getControls

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