implementing of seek bar in media player

by Er. syed imran ali » Fri, 06 Feb 2009 19:37:56 GMT

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 hello Dear friends!
i am trying to implement seekbar or progress bar, but i am getting
problem to synchronize with file.
so, if any body has code  for seekbar/progress bar in media player
kindly send me.. or give me process to implement.

Thanks and regards
Er. Syed Imran Ali

implementing of seek bar in media player

by Dave Sparks » Sat, 07 Feb 2009 02:18:01 GMT

 See in the open source tree. It should include code for
the MediaController class.


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