RotateAnimation - Stopping and starting again after every rotation

by Nithin » Mon, 29 Mar 2010 16:09:59 GMT


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 Hi,

I am rotating a view using rotateAnimation with this code
new RotateAnimation(0, 360, w / 2, h / 2);
I want to rotate this view infinitely, so i put
setRepeatCount(RotateAnimation.INFINITE);

But the problem is after every one complete rotation, its stopping and
starting again, means by default rotateAnimation have
AccelerateDecelerateInterpolator(). I feel because of this. So if i
put setInterpolator(null), its throwing null pointer exception. How to
solve this.

I want to rotate my view without any lag.

Nithin



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