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I want to be able to play mp4 videos without a library
1 project | reddit.com/r/AskProgramming | 6 Dec 2021
I don't know off the top of my head, but I'd start by tracking down the specification for it to understand it at a deep level and then looking through open source projects that implement the specifications. I found this one that will get you part of the way there probably: https://github.com/sannies/mp4parser
What are some alternatives?
FFmpeg - Mirror of https://git.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.git
jcodec - JCodec main repo
android-ffmpeg - a system for building custom ffmpeg binaries for Android
android-ffmpeg-java - Android Java wrapper around ffmpeg command line binary
android-ffmpeg-with-rtmp - script(s) to build ffmpeg for android, including support for RTMP (and OpenSSL)
libstreaming - A solution for streaming H.264, H.263, AMR, AAC using RTP on Android
AndroidFFmpeg - [DEPRECATED] FFmpeg build for android random architectures with example jni
CameraView - [DEPRECATED] Easily integrate Camera features into your Android app