[Solved] How to make an ImageView with rounded corners?

In Android, an ImageView is a rectangle by default. How can I make it a rounded rectangle (clip off all 4 corners of my Bitmap to be rounded rectangles) in the ImageView?

Enquirer: michael

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Solution #1:

This is pretty late in response, but for anyone else that is looking for this, you can do the following code to manually round the corners of your images.

http://www.ruibm.com/?p=184

This isn’t my code, but I’ve used it and it’s works wonderfully. I used it as a helper within an ImageHelper class and extended it just a bit to pass in the amount of feathering I need for a given image.

Final code looks like this:

package com.company.app.utils;

import android.graphics.Bitmap;
import android.graphics.Canvas;
import android.graphics.Paint;
import android.graphics.PorterDuffXfermode;
import android.graphics.Rect;
import android.graphics.RectF;
import android.graphics.Bitmap.Config;
import android.graphics.PorterDuff.Mode;

public class ImageHelper {
    public static Bitmap getRoundedCornerBitmap(Bitmap bitmap, int pixels) {
        Bitmap output = Bitmap.createBitmap(bitmap.getWidth(), bitmap
                .getHeight(), Config.ARGB_8888);
        Canvas canvas = new Canvas(output);

        final int color = 0xff424242;
        final Paint paint = new Paint();
        final Rect rect = new Rect(0, 0, bitmap.getWidth(), bitmap.getHeight());
        final RectF rectF = new RectF(rect);
        final float roundPx = pixels;

        paint.setAntiAlias(true);
        canvas.drawARGB(0, 0, 0, 0);
        paint.setColor(color);
        canvas.drawRoundRect(rectF, roundPx, roundPx, paint);

        paint.setXfermode(new PorterDuffXfermode(Mode.SRC_IN));
        canvas.drawBitmap(bitmap, rect, rect, paint);

        return output;
    }
}

Hope this helps someone!

Respondent: George Walters II

Solution #2:

Another easy way is to use a CardView with the corner radius and an ImageView inside:

  <androidx.cardview.widget.CardView
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="match_parent"
            app:cardCornerRadius="8dp"
            android:layout_margin="5dp"
            android:elevation="10dp">

            <ImageView
                android:id="@+id/roundedImageView"
                android:layout_width="match_parent"
                android:layout_height="match_parent"
                android:src="@drawable/image"
                android:background="@color/white"
                android:scaleType="centerCrop"
                />
        </androidx.cardview.widget.CardView>

enter image description here

Respondent: Taras Vovkovych

Solution #3:

While the above answer works, Romain Guy (a core Android developer) shows a better method in his blog which uses less memory by using a shader not creating a copy of the bitmap. The general gist of the functionality is here:

BitmapShader shader;
shader = new BitmapShader(bitmap, Shader.TileMode.CLAMP, Shader.TileMode.CLAMP);

Paint paint = new Paint();
paint.setAntiAlias(true);
paint.setShader(shader);

RectF rect = new RectF(0.0f, 0.0f, width, height);

// rect contains the bounds of the shape
// radius is the radius in pixels of the rounded corners
// paint contains the shader that will texture the shape
canvas.drawRoundRect(rect, radius, radius, paint);

The advantages of this over other methods is that it:

  • does not create a separate copy of the bitmap, which uses a lot of memory with large images [vs most of the other answers here]
  • supports antialisasing [vs clipPath method]
  • supports alpha [vs xfermode+porterduff method]
  • supports hardware acceleration [vs clipPath method]
  • only draws once to the canvas [vs xfermode and clippath methods]

I’ve created a RoundedImageView based off this code that wraps this logic into an ImageView and adds proper ScaleType support and an optional rounded border.

Respondent: vinc3m1

Solution #4:

Clipping to rounded shapes was added to the View class in API 21.

Just do this:

  • Create a rounded shape drawable, something like this:

res/drawable/round_outline.xml

<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:shape="rectangle">
    <corners android:radius="10dp" />
    ...
</shape>
  • Set the drawable as your ImageView’s background:
    android:background="@drawable/round_outline"
  • According to this documentation, then all you need to do is add android:clipToOutline="true"

Unfortunately, there’s a bug and that XML attribute is not recognized. Luckily, we can still set up clipping in Java:

  • In your activity or fragment: ImageView.setClipToOutline(true)

Here’s what it will look like:

enter image description here

Note:

This method works for any drawable shape (not just rounded). It will clip the ImageView to whatever shape outline you’ve defined in your Drawable xml.

Special note about ImageViews

setClipToOutline() only works when the View’s background is set to a shape drawable. If this background shape exists, View treats the shape’s outline as the borders for clipping and shadowing purposes.

This means, if you want to use setClipToOutline() to round the corners on an ImageView, your image must be set using android:src instead of android:background (since background must be set to your rounded shape). If you MUST use background to set your image instead of src, you can use this workaround:

  • Create a layout and set its background to your shape drawable
  • Wrap that layout around your ImageView (with no padding)
  • The ImageView (including anything else in the layout) will now display with rounded layout shape.
Respondent: hungryghost

Solution #5:

In the v21 of the Support library there is now a solution to this: it’s called RoundedBitmapDrawable.

It’s basically just like a normal Drawable except you give it a corner radius for the clipping with:

setCornerRadius(float cornerRadius)

So, starting with Bitmap src and a target ImageView, it would look something like this:

RoundedBitmapDrawable dr = RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory.create(res, src);
dr.setCornerRadius(cornerRadius);
imageView.setImageDrawable(dr);
Respondent: tyczj

Solution #6:

A quick xml solution –

<android.support.v7.widget.CardView
            android:layout_width="40dp"
            android:layout_height="40dp"
            app:cardElevation="0dp"
            app:cardCornerRadius="4dp">

    <ImageView
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent"
        android:id="@+id/rounded_user_image"
        android:scaleType="fitXY"/>

</android.support.v7.widget.CardView>

You can set your desired width, height and radius on CardView and scaleType on ImageView.

With AndroidX, use <androidx.cardview.widget.CardView>

Respondent: Chirag Mittal

Solution #7:

Starting with the version 1.2.0-alpha03 of the the Material Components Library there is the new ShapeableImageView.

You can use something like:

  <com.google.android.material.imageview.ShapeableImageView
      ...
      app:shapeAppearanceOverlay="@style/roundedImageView"
      app:srcCompat="@drawable/ic_image" />

with:

  <style name="roundedImageView" parent="">
    <item name="cornerFamily">rounded</item>
    <item name="cornerSize">8dp</item>
  </style>

Or programmatically:

float radius = getResources().getDimension(R.dimen.default_corner_radius);
imageView.setShapeAppearanceModel(imageView.getShapeAppearanceModel()
    .toBuilder()
    .setAllCorners(CornerFamily.ROUNDED,radius)
    .build());

enter image description here

With jetpack compose (1.0.0-beta06) you can apply a clip Modifier using a RoundedCornerShape:

Image(
        painter = painterResource(R.drawable.xxxx),
        contentDescription = "xxxx",
        contentScale = ContentScale.Crop,            
        modifier = Modifier
            .size(64.dp)
            .clip(RoundedCornerShape(8.dp))             
    )
Respondent: Gabriele Mariotti

Solution #8:

I have done by Custom ImageView:

public class RoundRectCornerImageView extends ImageView {

    private float radius = 18.0f;
    private Path path;
    private RectF rect;

    public RoundRectCornerImageView(Context context) {
        super(context);
        init();
    }

    public RoundRectCornerImageView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
        super(context, attrs);
        init();
    }

    public RoundRectCornerImageView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) {
        super(context, attrs, defStyle);
        init();
    }

    private void init() {
        path = new Path();

    }

    @Override
    protected void onDraw(Canvas canvas) {
        rect = new RectF(0, 0, this.getWidth(), this.getHeight());
        path.addRoundRect(rect, radius, radius, Path.Direction.CW);
        canvas.clipPath(path);
        super.onDraw(canvas);
    }
}

How to use:

<com.mypackage.RoundRectCornerImageView
     android:id="@+id/imageView"
     android:layout_width="match_parent"
     android:layout_height="match_parent"
     android:background="@drawable/image"
     android:scaleType="fitXY" />

Output:

enter image description here

Hope this would help you.

Respondent: Hiren Patel

Solution #9:

I found that both methods were very helpful in coming up with a working solution. Here is my composite version, that is pixel independent and allows you to have some square corners with the rest of the corners having the same radius (which is the usual use case).
With thanks to both of the solutions above:

public static Bitmap getRoundedCornerBitmap(Context context, Bitmap input, int pixels , int w , int h , boolean squareTL, boolean squareTR, boolean squareBL, boolean squareBR  ) {

    Bitmap output = Bitmap.createBitmap(w, h, Config.ARGB_8888);
    Canvas canvas = new Canvas(output);
    final float densityMultiplier = context.getResources().getDisplayMetrics().density;

    final int color = 0xff424242;
    final Paint paint = new Paint();
    final Rect rect = new Rect(0, 0, w, h);
    final RectF rectF = new RectF(rect);

    //make sure that our rounded corner is scaled appropriately
    final float roundPx = pixels*densityMultiplier;

    paint.setAntiAlias(true);
    canvas.drawARGB(0, 0, 0, 0);
    paint.setColor(color);
    canvas.drawRoundRect(rectF, roundPx, roundPx, paint);


    //draw rectangles over the corners we want to be square
    if (squareTL ){
        canvas.drawRect(0, h/2, w/2, h, paint);
    }
    if (squareTR ){
        canvas.drawRect(w/2, h/2, w, h, paint);
    }
    if (squareBL ){
        canvas.drawRect(0, 0, w/2, h/2, paint);
    }
    if (squareBR ){
        canvas.drawRect(w/2, 0, w, h/2, paint);
    }


    paint.setXfermode(new PorterDuffXfermode(PorterDuff.Mode.SRC_IN));
    canvas.drawBitmap(input, 0,0, paint);

    return output;
}

Also, I overrode ImageView to put this in so I could define it in xml.
You may want to add in some of the logic that the super call makes here, but I’ve commented it as it’s not helpful in my case.

    @Override
protected void onDraw(Canvas canvas) {
    //super.onDraw(canvas);
        Drawable drawable = getDrawable();

        Bitmap b =  ((BitmapDrawable)drawable).getBitmap() ;
        Bitmap bitmap = b.copy(Bitmap.Config.ARGB_8888, true);

        int w = getWidth(), h = getHeight();


        Bitmap roundBitmap =  CropImageView.getRoundedCornerBitmap( getContext(), bitmap,10 , w, h , true, false,true, false);
        canvas.drawBitmap(roundBitmap, 0,0 , null);
}

Hope this helps!

Respondent: Caspar Harmer

Solution #10:

Rounded image Using ImageLoader here

Create DisplayImageOptions:

DisplayImageOptions options = new DisplayImageOptions.Builder()
    // this will make circle, pass the width of image 
    .displayer(new RoundedBitmapDisplayer(getResources().getDimensionPixelSize(R.dimen.image_dimen_menu))) 
    .cacheOnDisc(true)
    .build();

imageLoader.displayImage(url_for_image,ImageView,options);

Or you can user Picasso Library from Square.

Picasso.with(mContext)
    .load(com.app.utility.Constants.BASE_URL+b.image)
    .placeholder(R.drawable.profile)
    .error(R.drawable.profile)
    .transform(new RoundedTransformation(50, 4))
    .resizeDimen(R.dimen.list_detail_image_size, R.dimen.list_detail_image_size)
    .centerCrop()
    .into(v.im_user);

you can download RoundedTransformation file here
here

Respondent: shailesh

Solution #11:

As all the answers seemed too complicated for me just for round corners I thought and came to another solution which I think is worth to share, just with XML in case you have some space around the image:

Create a bordered shape with transparent content like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:shape="rectangle">
    <corners 
        android:radius="30dp" />
    <stroke 
        android:color="#ffffffff"
        android:width="10dp" />
</shape> 

Then in a RelativeLayout you can first place your image and then in the same location above the shape with another ImageView. The cover-shape should be larger in size by the amount of the border width. Be careful to take a larger corner radius as the outer radius is defined but the inner radius is what covers your image.

Hope it helps somebody, too.

Edit as per CQM request the relative layout example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent" >

    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/imageToShow"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:layout_alignBottom="@+id/imgCorners"
        android:layout_alignLeft="@+id/imgCorners"
        android:layout_alignRight="@+id/imgCorners"
        android:layout_alignTop="@+id/imgCorners"
        android:background="#ffffff"
        android:contentDescription="@string/desc"
        android:padding="5dp"
        android:scaleType="centerCrop" />

    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/imgCorners"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:adjustViewBounds="true"
        android:contentDescription="@string/desc"
        android:src="@drawable/corners_white" />

</RelativeLayout>
Respondent: Christian

Solution #12:

My implementation of ImageView with rounded corners widget, that (down||up)sizes image to required dimensions. It utilizes code form CaspNZ.

public class ImageViewRounded extends ImageView {

    public ImageViewRounded(Context context) {
        super(context);
    }

    public ImageViewRounded(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
        super(context, attrs);
    }

    public ImageViewRounded(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) {
        super(context, attrs, defStyle);
    }

    @Override
    protected void onDraw(Canvas canvas) {
        BitmapDrawable drawable = (BitmapDrawable) getDrawable();

        if (drawable == null) {
            return;
        }

        if (getWidth() == 0 || getHeight() == 0) {
            return; 
        }

        Bitmap fullSizeBitmap = drawable.getBitmap();

        int scaledWidth = getMeasuredWidth();
        int scaledHeight = getMeasuredHeight();

        Bitmap mScaledBitmap;
        if (scaledWidth == fullSizeBitmap.getWidth() && scaledHeight == fullSizeBitmap.getHeight()) {
            mScaledBitmap = fullSizeBitmap;
        } else {
            mScaledBitmap = Bitmap.createScaledBitmap(fullSizeBitmap, scaledWidth, scaledHeight, true /* filter */);
        }

        Bitmap roundBitmap = ImageUtilities.getRoundedCornerBitmap(getContext(), mScaledBitmap, 5, scaledWidth, scaledHeight,
                false, false, false, false);
        canvas.drawBitmap(roundBitmap, 0, 0, null);

    }

}
Respondent: Damjan

Solution #13:

As of recently, there is another way – using Glide’s Generated API. It takes some initial work but then gives you all the power of Glide with the flexibility to do anything because you writhe the actual code so I think it’s a good solution for the long run. Plus, the usage is very simple and neat.

First, setup Glide version 4+:

implementation 'com.github.bumptech.glide:glide:4.6.1'
annotationProcessor 'com.github.bumptech.glide:compiler:4.6.1'

Then create Glid’s app module class to trigger the annotation processing:

@GlideModule
public final class MyAppGlideModule extends AppGlideModule {}

Then create the Glide extension which actually does the work. You can customize it to do whatever you want:

@GlideExtension
public class MyGlideExtension {

    private MyGlideExtension() {}

    @NonNull
    @GlideOption
    public static RequestOptions roundedCorners(RequestOptions options, @NonNull Context context, int cornerRadius) {
        int px = Math.round(cornerRadius * (context.getResources().getDisplayMetrics().xdpi / DisplayMetrics.DENSITY_DEFAULT));
        return options.transforms(new RoundedCorners(px));
    }
}

After adding these files, build your project.

Then use it in your code like this:

GlideApp.with(this)
        .load(imageUrl)
        .roundedCorners(getApplicationContext(), 5)
        .into(imageView);
Respondent: Sir Codesalot

Solution #14:

There is a cool library that allows you to shape imageviews.

Here is an example:

<com.github.siyamed.shapeimageview.mask.PorterShapeImageView
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    app:siShape="@drawable/shape_rounded_rectangle"
    android:src="@drawable/neo"
    app:siSquare="true"/>

Shape definition:

<shape android:shape="rectangle" xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android">
    <corners
        android:topLeftRadius="18dp"
        android:topRightRadius="18dp"
        android:bottomLeftRadius="18dp"
        android:bottomRightRadius="18dp" />
    <solid android:color="@color/black" />
</shape>

Result:

result

Respondent: grrigore

Solution #15:

Here is a simple example overriding imageView, you can then also use it in layout designer to preview.

public class RoundedImageView extends ImageView {

    public RoundedImageView(Context context) {
        super(context);
    }

    public RoundedImageView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
        super(context, attrs);
    }

    public RoundedImageView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyleAttr) {
        super(context, attrs, defStyleAttr);
    }

    @TargetApi(Build.VERSION_CODES.LOLLIPOP)
    public RoundedImageView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyleAttr, int defStyleRes) {
        super(context, attrs, defStyleAttr, defStyleRes);
    }

    @Override
    public void setImageDrawable(Drawable drawable) {
        float radius = 0.1f;
        Bitmap bitmap = ((BitmapDrawable) drawable).getBitmap();
        RoundedBitmapDrawable rid = RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory.create(getResources(), bitmap);
        rid.setCornerRadius(bitmap.getWidth() * radius);
        super.setImageDrawable(rid);
    }
}

This is for fast solution. Radius is used on all corners and is based of percentage of bitmap width.

I just overrided setImageDrawable and used support v4 method for rounded bitmap drawable.

Usage:

<com.example.widgets.RoundedImageView
        android:layout_width="39dp"
        android:layout_height="39dp"
        android:src="@drawable/your_drawable" />

Preview with imageView and custom imageView:

enter image description here

Respondent: deadfish

Solution #16:

Kotlin

import android.graphics.BitmapFactory
import android.os.Bundle
import android.support.v4.graphics.drawable.RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory
import kotlinx.android.synthetic.main.activity_main.*

val bitmap = BitmapFactory.decodeResource(resources, R.drawable.myImage)
val rounded = RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory.create(resources, bitmap)
rounded.cornerRadius = 20f
profileImageView.setImageDrawable(rounded)

To make ImageView Circular we can change cornerRadius with:

rounded.isCircular = true
Respondent: Vahid

Solution #17:

You should extend ImageView and draw your own rounded rectangle.

If you want a frame around the image you could also superimpose the rounded frame on top of the image view in the layout.

[edit]Superimpose the frame on to op the original image, by using a FrameLayout for example. The first element of the FrameLayout will be the image you want to diplay rounded. Then add another ImageView with the frame. The second ImageView will be displayed on top of the original ImageView and thus Android will draw it’s contents above the orignal ImageView.

Respondent: MrSnowflake

Solution #18:

Props to George Walters II above, I just took his answer and extended it a bit to support rounding individual corners differently. This could be optimized a bit further (some of the target rects overlap), but not a whole lot.

I know this thread is a bit old, but its one of the top results for queries on Google for how to round corners of ImageViews on Android.

/**
 * Use this method to scale a bitmap and give it specific rounded corners.
 * @param context Context object used to ascertain display density.
 * @param bitmap The original bitmap that will be scaled and have rounded corners applied to it.
 * @param upperLeft Corner radius for upper left.
 * @param upperRight Corner radius for upper right.
 * @param lowerRight Corner radius for lower right.
 * @param lowerLeft Corner radius for lower left.
 * @param endWidth Width to which to scale original bitmap.
 * @param endHeight Height to which to scale original bitmap.
 * @return Scaled bitmap with rounded corners.
 */
public static Bitmap getRoundedCornerBitmap(Context context, Bitmap bitmap, float upperLeft,
        float upperRight, float lowerRight, float lowerLeft, int endWidth,
        int endHeight) {
    float densityMultiplier = context.getResources().getDisplayMetrics().density;

    // scale incoming bitmap to appropriate px size given arguments and display dpi
    bitmap = Bitmap.createScaledBitmap(bitmap, 
            Math.round(endWidth * densityMultiplier),
            Math.round(endHeight * densityMultiplier), true);

    // create empty bitmap for drawing
    Bitmap output = Bitmap.createBitmap(
            Math.round(endWidth * densityMultiplier),
            Math.round(endHeight * densityMultiplier), Config.ARGB_8888);

    // get canvas for empty bitmap
    Canvas canvas = new Canvas(output);
    int width = canvas.getWidth();
    int height = canvas.getHeight();

    // scale the rounded corners appropriately given dpi
    upperLeft *= densityMultiplier;
    upperRight *= densityMultiplier;
    lowerRight *= densityMultiplier;
    lowerLeft *= densityMultiplier;

    Paint paint = new Paint();
    paint.setAntiAlias(true);
    paint.setColor(Color.WHITE);

    // fill the canvas with transparency
    canvas.drawARGB(0, 0, 0, 0);

    // draw the rounded corners around the image rect. clockwise, starting in upper left.
    canvas.drawCircle(upperLeft, upperLeft, upperLeft, paint);
    canvas.drawCircle(width - upperRight, upperRight, upperRight, paint);
    canvas.drawCircle(width - lowerRight, height - lowerRight, lowerRight, paint);
    canvas.drawCircle(lowerLeft, height - lowerLeft, lowerLeft, paint);

    // fill in all the gaps between circles. clockwise, starting at top.
    RectF rectT = new RectF(upperLeft, 0, width - upperRight, height / 2);
    RectF rectR = new RectF(width / 2, upperRight, width, height - lowerRight);
    RectF rectB = new RectF(lowerLeft, height / 2, width - lowerRight, height);
    RectF rectL = new RectF(0, upperLeft, width / 2, height - lowerLeft);

    canvas.drawRect(rectT, paint);
    canvas.drawRect(rectR, paint);
    canvas.drawRect(rectB, paint);
    canvas.drawRect(rectL, paint);

    // set up the rect for the image
    Rect imageRect = new Rect(0, 0, width, height);

    // set up paint object such that it only paints on Color.WHITE
    paint.setXfermode(new AvoidXfermode(Color.WHITE, 255, AvoidXfermode.Mode.TARGET));

    // draw resized bitmap onto imageRect in canvas, using paint as configured above
    canvas.drawBitmap(bitmap, imageRect, imageRect, paint);

    return output;
}
Respondent: sorrodos

Solution #19:

Romain Guy is where it’s at.

Minified version as follows.

Bitmap bitmap = ((BitmapDrawable) getResources().getDrawable(R.drawable.image)).getBitmap();

Bitmap bitmapRounded = Bitmap.createBitmap(bitmap.getWidth(), bitmap.getHeight(), bitmap.getConfig());
Canvas canvas = new Canvas(bitmapRounded);
Paint paint = new Paint();
paint.setAntiAlias(true);
paint.setShader(new BitmapShader(bitmap, Shader.TileMode.CLAMP, Shader.TileMode.CLAMP));
canvas.drawRoundRect((new RectF(0.0f, 0.0f, bitmap.getWidth(), bitmap.getHeight())), 10, 10, paint);

imageView.setImageBitmap(bitmapRounded);
Respondent: Alex

Solution #20:

Apply a shape to your imageView as below:

<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:shape="rectangle" >
    <solid android:color="#faf5e6" />
    <stroke
        android:width="1dp"
        android:color="#808080" />
    <corners android:radius="15dp" />
    <padding
        android:bottom="5dp"
        android:left="5dp"
        android:right="5dp"
        android:top="5dp" />
</shape>

it may be helpful to you friend.

Respondent: jigar

Solution #21:

This pure xml solution was good enough in my case. http://www.techrepublic.com/article/pro-tip-round-corners-on-an-android-imageview-with-this-hack/

EDIT

Here’s the answer in a nutshell:

In the /res/drawable folder, create a frame.xml file. In it, we define a simple rectangle with rounded corners and a transparent center.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:shape="rectangle">
     <solid android:color="#00ffffff" />
     <padding android:left="6dp"
        android:top="6dp"
        android:right="6dp"
        android:bottom="6dp" />
     <corners android:radius="12dp" />
     <stroke android:width="6dp" android:color="#ffffffff" />
</shape>

In your layout file you add a LinearLayout that contains a standard ImageView, as well as a nested FrameLayout. The FrameLayout uses padding and the custom drawable to give the illusion of rounded corners.

<LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    android:orientation="vertical"
    android:layout_gravity="center"
    android:gravity="center" 
    android:background="#ffffffff">

    <ImageView
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:padding="6dp"
        android:src="@drawable/tr"/>

    <FrameLayout 
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content">

        <ImageView
            android:layout_width="match_parent"
            android:layout_height="match_parent"
            android:padding="6dp"
            android:src="@drawable/tr"/>

        <ImageView 
             android:src="@drawable/frame"
             android:layout_width="match_parent"
             android:layout_height="match_parent" />

    </FrameLayout>

</LinearLayout>
Respondent: j7nn7k

Solution #22:

Why not do clipping in draw()?

Here is my solution:

  • Extend RelativeLayout with clipping
  • Put ImageView (or other views) into the layout:

Code:

public class RoundRelativeLayout extends RelativeLayout {

    private final float radius;

    public RoundRelativeLayout(Context context, AttributeSet attrs) {
        super(context, attrs);

        TypedArray attrArray = context.obtainStyledAttributes(attrs,
                R.styleable.RoundRelativeLayout);
        radius = attrArray.getDimension(
                R.styleable.RoundRelativeLayout_radius, 0);
    }

    private boolean isPathValid;
    private final Path path = new Path();

    private Path getRoundRectPath() {
        if (isPathValid) {
            return path;
        }

        path.reset();

        int width = getWidth();
        int height = getHeight();
        RectF bounds = new RectF(0, 0, width, height);

        path.addRoundRect(bounds, radius, radius, Direction.CCW);
        isPathValid = true;
        return path;
    }

    @Override
    protected void dispatchDraw(Canvas canvas) {
        canvas.clipPath(getRoundRectPath());
        super.dispatchDraw(canvas);
    }

    @Override
    public void draw(Canvas canvas) {
        canvas.clipPath(getRoundRectPath());
        super.draw(canvas);
    }

    @Override
    protected void onMeasure(int widthMeasureSpec, int heightMeasureSpec) {

        int oldWidth = getMeasuredWidth();
        int oldHeight = getMeasuredHeight();
        super.onMeasure(widthMeasureSpec, heightMeasureSpec);

        int newWidth = getMeasuredWidth();
        int newHeight = getMeasuredHeight();
        if (newWidth != oldWidth || newHeight != oldHeight) {
            isPathValid = false;
        }
    }

}
Respondent: fishautumn

Solution #23:

None of the methods provided in the answers worked for me. I found the following way works if your android version is 5.0 or above:

if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.LOLLIPOP) {

    ViewOutlineProvider provider = new ViewOutlineProvider() {
        @Override
        public void getOutline(View view, Outline outline) {
            int curveRadius = 24;
            outline.setRoundRect(0, 0, view.getWidth(), (view.getHeight()+curveRadius), curveRadius);
        }
    };
    imageview.setOutlineProvider(provider);
    imageview.setClipToOutline(true);
}

No xml shapes to be defined, and the code above create corners only for top, which normal methods won’t work. If you need 4 corners to be rounded, remove:

"+ curveRadius"  

From the parameter for bottom in setRoundRect. You can further expand the shape to any others by specifying outlines that suit your needs. Check out the following link:

Android Developer Documentation.


Note, as with any measure in Android, you have to “convert” the size typically from DP. In the example above, say you want the radius to be 24

                            int curveRadius = 24;

For example you may be later adding a border in a drawable with the radius set as “24” and you wish it to match. Hence,

    float desiredRadius = 24;
    float radiusConverted = TypedValue.applyDimension(
            TypedValue.COMPLEX_UNIT_DIP,
            desiredRadius,
            itemView.getContext().getResources().getDisplayMetrics());

and then

                            int curveRadius = radiusConverted;
Respondent: us_david

Solution #24:

The following creates a rounded rectangle layout object that draws a rounded rectangle around any child objects that are placed in it. It also demonstrates how to create views and layouts programmatically without using the layout xml files.

package android.example;

import android.app.Activity;
import android.graphics.Color;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.util.DisplayMetrics;
import android.util.TypedValue;
import android.view.ViewGroup.LayoutParams;
import android.widget.LinearLayout;
import android.widget.TextView;

public class MessageScreen extends Activity {
 /** Called when the activity is first created. */
 @Override
 public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
  super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
  int mainBackgroundColor = Color.parseColor("#2E8B57");
  int labelTextColor = Color.parseColor("#FF4500");
  int messageBackgroundColor = Color.parseColor("#3300FF");
  int messageTextColor = Color.parseColor("#FFFF00");

  DisplayMetrics metrics = new DisplayMetrics();
  getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay().getMetrics(metrics);
  float density = metrics.density;
  int minMarginSize = Math.round(density * 8);
  int paddingSize = minMarginSize * 2;
  int maxMarginSize = minMarginSize * 4;

  TextView label = new TextView(this);
  /*
   * The LayoutParams are instructions to the Layout that will contain the
   * View for laying out the View, so you need to use the LayoutParams of
   * the Layout that will contain the View.
   */
  LinearLayout.LayoutParams labelLayoutParams = new LinearLayout.LayoutParams(
    LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT);
  label.setLayoutParams(labelLayoutParams);
  label.setTextSize(TypedValue.COMPLEX_UNIT_SP, 18);
  label.setPadding(paddingSize, paddingSize, paddingSize, paddingSize);
  label.setText(R.string.title);
  label.setTextColor(labelTextColor);

  TextView message = new TextView(this);
  RoundedRectangle.LayoutParams messageLayoutParams = new RoundedRectangle.LayoutParams(
 LayoutParams.FILL_PARENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT);
  /*
   * This is one of the calls must made to force a ViewGroup to call its
   * draw method instead of just calling the draw method of its children.
   * This tells the RoundedRectangle to put some extra space around the
   * View.
   */
  messageLayoutParams.setMargins(minMarginSize, paddingSize,
    minMarginSize, maxMarginSize);
  message.setLayoutParams(messageLayoutParams);
  message.setTextSize(TypedValue.COMPLEX_UNIT_SP, paddingSize);
  message.setText(R.string.message);
  message.setTextColor(messageTextColor);
  message.setBackgroundColor(messageBackgroundColor);

  RoundedRectangle messageContainer = new RoundedRectangle(this);
  LinearLayout.LayoutParams messageContainerLayoutParams = new LinearLayout.LayoutParams(
    LayoutParams.FILL_PARENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT);
  messageContainerLayoutParams.setMargins(paddingSize, 0, paddingSize, 0);
  messageContainer.setLayoutParams(messageContainerLayoutParams);
  messageContainer.setOrientation(LinearLayout.VERTICAL);
  /*
   * This is one of the calls must made to force a ViewGroup to call its
   * draw method instead of just calling the draw method of its children.
   * This tells the RoundedRectangle to color the the exta space that was
   * put around the View as well as the View. This is exterior color of
   * the RoundedRectangle.
   */
  messageContainer.setBackgroundColor(mainBackgroundColor);
  /*
   * This is one of the calls must made to force a ViewGroup to call its
   * draw method instead of just calling the draw method of its children.
   * This is the interior color of the RoundedRectangle. It must be
   * different than the exterior color of the RoundedRectangle or the
   * RoundedRectangle will not call its draw method.
   */
  messageContainer.setInteriorColor(messageBackgroundColor);
  // Add the message to the RoundedRectangle.
  messageContainer.addView(message);

  //
  LinearLayout main = new LinearLayout(this);
  LinearLayout.LayoutParams mainLayoutParams = new LinearLayout.LayoutParams(
    LayoutParams.FILL_PARENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT);
  main.setLayoutParams(mainLayoutParams);
  main.setOrientation(LinearLayout.VERTICAL);
  main.setBackgroundColor(mainBackgroundColor);
  main.addView(label);
  main.addView(messageContainer);

  setContentView(main);
 }
}

The class for RoundedRectangle layout object is as defined here:

/**
 *  A LinearLayout that draws a rounded rectangle around the child View that was added to it.
 */
package android.example;

import android.app.Activity;
import android.content.Context;
import android.graphics.Canvas;
import android.graphics.Paint;
import android.graphics.Rect;
import android.graphics.RectF;
import android.util.AttributeSet;
import android.util.DisplayMetrics;
import android.widget.LinearLayout;

/**
 * A LinearLayout that has rounded corners instead of square corners.
 * 
 * @author Danny Remington
 * 
 * @see LinearLayout
 * 
 */
public class RoundedRectangle extends LinearLayout {
 private int mInteriorColor;

 public RoundedRectangle(Context p_context) {
  super(p_context);
 }

 public RoundedRectangle(Context p_context, AttributeSet attributeSet) {
  super(p_context, attributeSet);
 }

 // Listener for the onDraw event that occurs when the Layout is drawn.
 protected void onDraw(Canvas canvas) {
  Rect rect = new Rect(0, 0, getWidth(), getHeight());
  RectF rectF = new RectF(rect);
  DisplayMetrics metrics = new DisplayMetrics();
  Activity activity = (Activity) getContext();
  activity.getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay().getMetrics(metrics);
  float density = metrics.density;
  int arcSize = Math.round(density * 10);

  Paint paint = new Paint();
  paint.setColor(mInteriorColor);

  canvas.drawRoundRect(rectF, arcSize, arcSize, paint);
 }

 /**
  * Set the background color to use inside the RoundedRectangle.
  * 
  * @param Primitive int - The color inside the rounded rectangle.
  */
 public void setInteriorColor(int interiorColor) {
  mInteriorColor = interiorColor;
 }

 /**
  * Get the background color used inside the RoundedRectangle.
  * 
  * @return Primitive int - The color inside the rounded rectangle.
  */
 public int getInteriorColor() {
  return mInteriorColor;
 }

}

Solution #25:

If you are using Glide Library this would be helpful:

Glide.with(getApplicationContext())
     .load(image_url)
     .asBitmap()
     .centerCrop()
     .into(new BitmapImageViewTarget(imageView) {
        @Override
        protected void setResource(Bitmap resource) {
          RoundedBitmapDrawable circularBitmapDrawable =
                       RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory.create(getApplicationContext().getResources(), resource);
          circularBitmapDrawable.setCornerRadius(dpToPx(10));
          circularBitmapDrawable.setAntiAlias(true);
          imageView.setImageDrawable(circularBitmapDrawable);
        }
     });


public int dpToPx(int dp) {
  DisplayMetrics displayMetrics = getApplicationContext().getResources().getDisplayMetrics();
  return Math.round(dp * (displayMetrics.xdpi / DisplayMetrics.DENSITY_DEFAULT));
}
Respondent: Anirudh

Solution #26:

Thanks a lot to first answer. Here is modified version to convert a rectangular image into a square one (and rounded) and fill color is being passed as parameter.

public static Bitmap getRoundedBitmap(Bitmap bitmap, int pixels, int color) {

    Bitmap inpBitmap = bitmap;
    int width = 0;
    int height = 0;
    width = inpBitmap.getWidth();
    height = inpBitmap.getHeight();

    if (width <= height) {
        height = width;
    } else {
        width = height;
    }

    Bitmap output = Bitmap.createBitmap(width, height, Config.ARGB_8888);
    Canvas canvas = new Canvas(output);

    final Paint paint = new Paint();
    final Rect rect = new Rect(0, 0, width, height);
    final RectF rectF = new RectF(rect);
    final float roundPx = pixels;

    paint.setAntiAlias(true);
    canvas.drawARGB(0, 0, 0, 0);
    paint.setColor(color);
    canvas.drawRoundRect(rectF, roundPx, roundPx, paint);

    paint.setXfermode(new PorterDuffXfermode(Mode.SRC_IN));
    canvas.drawBitmap(inpBitmap, rect, rect, paint);

    return output;
}
Respondent: mkm

Solution #27:

if your image is on internet the best way is using glide and RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory (from API 21 – but available in support library) like so:

 Glide.with(ctx).load(url).asBitmap().centerCrop().into(new BitmapImageViewTarget(imageView) {
    @Override
    protected void setResource(Bitmap res) {
        RoundedBitmapDrawable bitmapDrawable =
             RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory.create(ctx.getResources(), res);
        bitmapDrawable.setCircular(true);//comment this line and uncomment the next line if you dont want it fully cricular
        //circularBitmapDrawable.setCornerRadius(cornerRadius);
        imageView.setImageDrawable(bitmapDrawable);
    }
});
Respondent: Amir Ziarati

Solution #28:

you can use only ImageView in your layout and using glide, you can apply round corners using this method.

first in your gradle write,

compile 'com.github.bumptech.glide:glide:3.7.0'

for image with rounded corners,

public void loadImageWithCorners(String url, ImageView view) {
    Glide.with(context)
            .load(url)
            .asBitmap()
            .centerCrop()
            .placeholder(R.color.gray)
            .error(R.color.gray)
            .diskCacheStrategy(DiskCacheStrategy.SOURCE)
            .into(new BitmapImageViewTarget(view) {
                @Override
                protected void setResource(Bitmap resource) {
                    RoundedBitmapDrawable circularBitmapDrawable =
                            RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory.create(context.getResources(), resource);
                    circularBitmapDrawable.setCornerRadius(32.0f); // radius for corners
                    view.setImageDrawable(circularBitmapDrawable);
                }
            });
}

call method :

loadImageWithCorners("your url","your imageview");
Respondent: Deep Patel

Solution #29:

Answer for the question that is redirected here:
“How to create a circular ImageView in Android?”

public static Bitmap getRoundBitmap(Bitmap bitmap) {

    int min = Math.min(bitmap.getWidth(), bitmap.getHeight());

    Bitmap bitmapRounded = Bitmap.createBitmap(min, min, bitmap.getConfig());

    Canvas canvas = new Canvas(bitmapRounded);
    Paint paint = new Paint();
    paint.setAntiAlias(true);
    paint.setShader(new BitmapShader(bitmap, Shader.TileMode.CLAMP, Shader.TileMode.CLAMP));
    canvas.drawRoundRect((new RectF(0.0f, 0.0f, min, min)), min/2, min/2, paint);

    return bitmapRounded;
}
Respondent: Andrew

Solution #30:

With the help of glide library and RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory class it’s easy to achieve. You may need to create circular placeholder image.

    Glide.with(context)
        .load(imgUrl)
        .asBitmap()
        .placeholder(R.drawable.placeholder)
        .error(R.drawable.placeholder)
        .into(new BitmapImageViewTarget(imgProfilePicture) {
            @Override
            protected void setResource(Bitmap resource) {
                RoundedBitmapDrawable drawable = RoundedBitmapDrawableFactory.create(context.getResources(),
                        Bitmap.createScaledBitmap(resource, 50, 50, false));
                drawable.setCornerRadius(10); //drawable.setCircular(true);
                imgProfilePicture.setImageDrawable(drawable);
            }
        });
Respondent: Chitrang

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