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custom slider which allows to trim the range


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Hi All,

i need to implement the "custom slider" which allows to trim the range for video playback and trim the video in that selected range.

i am attaching the design of the custom slider..

can you please guide me how i can able to implement this feature..

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Muthulingam
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