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Transparent progress Layer on top of ImageView.

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Transparent progress Layer on top of ImageView.

Postby raneezn » Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:14 am

My app display a waveform for the recorded audio in a imageview. I want to display a transparent layer over this waveform which progress with respect to the duration of the audio when it is played.

How it is done? Or is there any UI controls in android to do this?
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