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#1029 FrameExporter not working correctly in library build
> What steps will reproduce the problem? Create any Java project and FFDec library implementation to it. Call function "exportFrames(...):List<File>" from class FrameExporter with any working parameters. The application will crash. The IDE (IntelliJ IDEA here) will say something like: "ClassNotFoundException:org.monte.media is undefined" The problem's cause might be that the mentioned package is not included in teh library implementation. > What is the expected output? What do you see instead? The function should create a folder if doesn't exist as it's defined in a string as a parameter of the function. Then it should output a file of extension depending on the constant of FrameExportMode chosen when an instance of class FrameExportSettings is constructed. > What version of the product are you using? Is it "nightly build"? Which operating system do you have? It's not a nightly build (I assume). I'm using Windows 10 Pro x86. > Please provide any additional information below. If the problem is related to a SWF file, attach it here, otherwise we can't help you. Adding the package "org.monte.media" to the project from FFDec's git repository source code resolved the problem and the error wasn't thrown. I find it a pseudo solution however.
Frame exporter uses a 3rd party JPEG library. Please download the "Zip version" of FFDec, and add the lib/cmykjpeg.jar + avi.jar to your project. I think this is not a bug.
There are other dependencies. Font export needs ttf.jar LZMA compressed swfs needs LZMA.jar Gif export needs gif.jar PDF export: gnujpdf.jar canvas export: jpacker.jar sound export: nellymoser.jar
JPEXS: In the download page the "Library only" should be a zip which includes the .jar files written above.