The DeviceSystem-specific format represented by this instance.
It is necessary in the cases of multiple DeviceSystem-specific
formats corresponding to one and the same native FFmpeg format in which
JMF is unable to differentiate them yet the device needs to know its
The native FFmpeg format represented by this instance.
The JAWTRenderer which paints in this
The indicator which determines whether the native counterpart of this
JAWTRenderer wants paint calls on its AWT
Component to be delivered. For example, after the native
counterpart has been able to acquire the native handle of the AWT
Component, it may be able to determine when the native
handle needs painting without waiting for AWT to call paint
on the Component. In such a scenario, the native counterpart
may indicate with false that it does not need further
The indicator which determines whether this event and, more specifically,
the visual Component it describes have been consumed and should
be considered owned, referenced (which is important because
Components belong to a single Container at a time).
The number of times that add or remove methods are
currently being executed on this instance. Decreases the number of
unnecessary invocations to Container.doLayout(), Component.repaint() and
The Component to be displayed by this VideoContainer
at VideoLayout.CENTER_REMOTE when no other Component has
been added to it to be displayed there. For example, the avatar of the
remote peer may be displayed in place of the remote video when the remote
video is not available.
The indicator which determines whether this instance is aware that
Container.doLayout(), Component.repaint() and/or Container.validate() are to
be invoked (as soon as VideoContainer.inAddOrRemove decreases from a positive
number to zero).