JMF: How to play an  avi file NOT in a this possible?

-----Primary Task------
Using JMF, I want to play an avi video file NOT in a Frame
I want to play this avi file in a "non-decoration" container (ie. no Windows GUI, eg. Window/JWindow, Panel/JPanel)
The MediaPlayer method in JMF 2.2.1e requires a Frame container, according to (eg. mediaplayer = jmapps.util.JMFUtils.createMediaPlayer)
1. Is there any way to change the method of to enable video files to play NOT in a Frame, like a Window or Panel?
2. If not, do you know of any "tricks" to get rid of the Frame decorations?
3. If not, any other solutions?

sigh... first read the API, then ask.
Frame.setUndecorated(boolean) might help.

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