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audio player

Hello,

I have an audio player, I want audio player to be disable for the user but show the time lapsed while the song is being played.

I'll appreciate any hints.

Thanks

Omar 

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Re: audio player

IN ADDITION...

 

You could also replicate the media player timeline bar.

 

>Add a slider control

>Set max to Audio1.duration

>Set min to 0

>Set DisplayMode to DisplayMode.View

>Set default to Audio1.time

 

Sean

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Re: audio player

Hi @omarsalgado,

 

Did you mean that you want the player to auto-start but users cannot pause/fast forward etc.? If this is the requirement, you can do this by setting the display mode to "View":

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Regards,

Mona

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Re: audio player

Dear Mona,

Thanks for the reply...

I wanted to show only the clock of the player but when I crop it, the first thing that hides is the clock and the last is the play buttom.

Any other hint?

Thanks

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Re: audio player

Hi @omarsalgado,

 

Then I'm afraid that this is not available so far in PowerApps. 

 

Regards,

Mona

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Re: audio player

To get the values of the track being played simply use AudioPlayer.value and AudioPlayer.duration

 

To show the current time of the track being played out of the total time, you can simply add this code to the Text of a control:

Round(Audio1.Time,0) &"/"& Round(Audio1.Duration,0)

 

Not entirely sure what you want exactly, but I hope this can help you.

 

Sean

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Re: audio player

IN ADDITION...

 

You could also replicate the media player timeline bar.

 

>Add a slider control

>Set max to Audio1.duration

>Set min to 0

>Set DisplayMode to DisplayMode.View

>Set default to Audio1.time

 

Sean

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