The project is as follows: Build, on top of the java media framework, or by yourself in java, a component that can easily double the frame rate of interpolated video. It just has to be a simple routine, calling split on each two successive frame, and making 4. The routine can be called unlimited times, but the frames will get successively worse. The program should have a constructor such as : VideoSpliiter(File toSplit); I forsee this routine splitting the source into its frames, and then splitting the frames from there. The convertToFrames and framesToVideo routines should be able to be called from outside the class. then a routine called split(int times) should be called to return For an example, go to [url removed, login to view] to see what they do (when splitting frames). Interpolated frames should be split into their two fields, and normal video (non-interpolated) should be able to be split.
Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. Complete copyrights to all work purchased. To form a relationship with which other similar work on video may be given!
java, so should be pure java, running either ontop of the JMF, or your own code, again in java.