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  • This test gets skipped with pattern: (os == "win" && processor == "aarch64") toolkit == 'android' (verify && os == 'mac') (os == "linux" && (tsan || asan || debug)) apple_silicon
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<title>A/V sync test for stream capturing</title>
<script src="/tests/SimpleTest/SimpleTest.js"></script>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/tests/SimpleTest/test.css"/>
<p>Following canvas will capture and show the video frame when the video becomes audible</p><br>
<canvas id="canvas" width="640" height="480"></canvas>
<script type="application/javascript">
/**
* This test will capture stream before the video starts playing, and check if
* A/V sync will keep sync during playing.
*/
add_task(async function testAVSyncForStreamCapturing() {
createVideo();
captureStreamFromVideo();
await playMedia();
await testAVSync();
destroyVideo();
});
/**
* This test will check if A/V is still on sync after we switch the media sink
* from playback-based sink to mediatrack-based sink.
*/
add_task(async function testAVSyncWhenSwitchingMediaSink() {
createVideo();
await playMedia({resolveAfterReceivingTimeupdate : 5});
captureStreamFromVideo();
await testAVSync();
destroyVideo();
});
/**
* This test will check if A/V is still on sync after we change the playback
* rate on the captured stream.
*/
add_task(async function testAVSyncWhenChangingPlaybackRate() {
createVideo();
captureStreamFromVideo();
await playMedia();
const playbackRates = [0.25, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0];
for (let rate of playbackRates) {
setPlaybackRate(rate);
// TODO : when playback rate set to 1.5+x, the A/V will become less stable
// in testing so we raise the fuzzy frames for that, but also increase the
// test times. As at that speed, precise A/V becomes trivial because we
// can't really tell the difference. But it would be good for us to
// investigate if we could make A/V sync work better at that extreme high
// rate.
if (rate >= 1.5) {
await testAVSync({ expectedAVSyncTestTimes : 4, fuzzyFrames : 10});
} else {
await testAVSync({ expectedAVSyncTestTimes : 2 });
}
}
destroyVideo();
});
/**
* Following are helper functions
*/
const DEBUG = false;
function info_debug(msg) {
if (DEBUG) {
info(msg);
}
}
function createVideo() {
const video = document.createElement("video");
// This video is special for testing A/V sync, it only produce audible sound
// once per second, and when the sound comes out, you can check the position
// of the square to know if the A/V keeps sync.
video.src = "sync.webm";
video.loop = true;
video.controls = true;
video.width = 640;
video.height = 480;
video.id = "video";
document.body.appendChild(video);
}
function destroyVideo() {
const video = document.getElementById("video");
video.src = null;
video.remove();
}
async function playMedia({ resolveAfterReceivingTimeupdate } = {}) {
const video = document.getElementById("video");
ok(await video.play().then(_=>true,_=>false), "video started playing");
if (resolveAfterReceivingTimeupdate > 0) {
// Play it for a while to ensure the clock growing on the normal audio sink.
for (let idx = 0; idx < resolveAfterReceivingTimeupdate; idx++) {
await new Promise(r => video.ontimeupdate = r);
}
}
}
async function captureStreamFromVideo() {
const video = document.getElementById("video");
let ac = new AudioContext();
let analyser = ac.createAnalyser();
analyser.frequencyBuf = new Float32Array(analyser.frequencyBinCount);
analyser.smoothingTimeConstant = 0;
analyser.fftSize = 2048; // 1024 bins
let sourceNode = ac.createMediaElementSource(video);
sourceNode.connect(analyser);
analyser.connect(ac.destination);
video.analyser = analyser;
}
// This method will capture the stream from the video element, and check if A/V
// keeps sync during capturing. `callback` parameter will be executed after
// finishing capturing.
// @param [optional] expectedAVSyncTestTimes
// The amount of times that A/V sync test performs.
// @param [optional] fuzzyFrames
// This will fuzz the result from +0 (perfect sync) to -X to +X frames.
async function testAVSync({ expectedAVSyncTestTimes = 5, fuzzyFrames = 5} = {}) {
return new Promise(r => {
const analyser = document.getElementById("video").analyser;
let testIdx = 0;
let hasDetectedAudibleFrame = false;
// As we only want to detect the audible frame at the first moment when
// sound becomes audible, so we always skip the first audible frame because
// it might not be the start, but the tail part (where audio is being
// decaying to silence) when we start detecting.
let hasSkippedFirstFrame = false;
analyser.notifyAnalysis = () => {
let {frequencyBuf} = analyser;
analyser.getFloatFrequencyData(frequencyBuf);
if (checkIfBufferIsSilent(frequencyBuf)) {
info_debug("no need to paint the silent frame");
hasDetectedAudibleFrame = false;
requestAnimationFrame(analyser.notifyAnalysis);
return;
}
if (hasDetectedAudibleFrame) {
info_debug("detected audible frame already");
requestAnimationFrame(analyser.notifyAnalysis);
return;
}
hasDetectedAudibleFrame = true;
if (!hasSkippedFirstFrame) {
info("skip the first audible frame");
hasSkippedFirstFrame = true;
requestAnimationFrame(analyser.notifyAnalysis);
return;
}
const video = document.getElementById("video");
info(`paint audible frame`);
const cvs = document.getElementById("canvas");
let context = cvs.getContext('2d');
context.drawImage(video, 0, 0, 640, 480);
if (checkIfAVIsOnSyncFuzzy(context, fuzzyFrames)) {
ok(true, `test ${testIdx++} times, a/v is in sync!`);
} else {
ok(false, `test ${testIdx++} times, a/v is out of sync!`);
}
if (testIdx == expectedAVSyncTestTimes) {
r();
return;
}
requestAnimationFrame(analyser.notifyAnalysis);
}
analyser.notifyAnalysis();
});
}
function checkIfBufferIsSilent(buffer) {
for (let data of buffer) {
// when sound is audible, its values are around -200 and the silence values
// are around -800.
if (data > -200) {
return false;
}
}
return true;
}
// This function will check the pixel data from the `context` to see if the
// square appears in the right place. As we can't control the exact timing
// of rendering video frames in the compositor, so the result would be fuzzy.
function checkIfAVIsOnSyncFuzzy(context, fuzzyFrames) {
const squareLength = 48;
// Canvas is 640*480, so perfect sync is the left-top corner when the square
// shows up in the middle.
const perfectSync =
{ x: 320 - squareLength/2.0 ,
y: 240 - squareLength/2.0 };
let isAVSyncFuzzy = false;
// Get the whole partial section of image and detect where the square is.
let imageData = context.getImageData(0, perfectSync.y, 640, squareLength);
for (let i = 0; i < imageData.data.length; i += 4) {
// If the pixel's color is red, then this position will be the left-top
// corner of the square.
if (isPixelColorRed(imageData.data[i], imageData.data[i+1],
imageData.data[i+2])) {
const pos = ImageIdxToRelativeCoordinate(imageData, i);
let diff = calculateFrameDiffenceInXAxis(pos.x, perfectSync.x);
info(`find the square in diff=${diff}`);
// Maybe we check A/V sync too early or too late, try to adjust the diff
// to guess the previous correct position where the square should be.
if (diff > fuzzyFrames) {
diff = adjustFrameDiffBasedOnMediaTime(diff);
const video = document.getElementById("video");
info(`adjusted diff to ${diff} (time=${video.currentTime})`);
}
if (diff <= fuzzyFrames) {
isAVSyncFuzzy = true;
}
context.putImageData(imageData, 0, 0);
break;
}
}
if (!isAVSyncFuzzy) {
const ctx = document.getElementById('canvas');
info(ctx.toDataURL());
}
return isAVSyncFuzzy;
}
// Input an imageData and its idx, then return a relative coordinate on the
// range of given imageData.
function ImageIdxToRelativeCoordinate(imageData, idx) {
const offset = idx / 4; // RGBA
return { x: offset % imageData.width, y: offset / imageData.width };
}
function calculateFrameDiffenceInXAxis(squareX, targetX) {
const offsetX = Math.abs(targetX - squareX);
const xSpeedPerFrame = 640 / 60; // video is 60fps
return offsetX / xSpeedPerFrame;
}
function isPixelColorRed(r, g, b) {
// As the rendering color would vary in the screen on different platforms, so
// we won't strict the R should be 255, just check if it's larger than a
// certain threshold.
return r > 200 && g < 10 && b < 10;
}
function setPlaybackRate(rate) {
const video = document.getElementById("video");
info(`change playback rate from ${video.playbackRate} to ${rate}`);
document.getElementById("video").playbackRate = rate;
}
function adjustFrameDiffBasedOnMediaTime(currentDiff) {
// The audio wave can be simply regarded as being composed by "start", "peak"
// and "tail". The "start" part is the sound gradually becoming louder and the
// "tail" is gradually becoming silent. We want to check the "peak" part which
// should happn on evert second regularly (1s, 2s, 3s ...) However, this check
// is triggered by `requestAnimationFrame()` and we can't guarantee that
// we're checking the peak part while the function is being called. Therefore,
// we have to do an adjustment by the video time, to know if we're checking
// the audio wave too early or too late in order to get a consistent result.
const video = document.getElementById("video");
const videoCurrentTimeFloatPortion = video.currentTime % 1;
const timeOffset =
videoCurrentTimeFloatPortion > 0.5 ?
1 - videoCurrentTimeFloatPortion : // too early
videoCurrentTimeFloatPortion; // too late
const frameOffset = timeOffset / 0.016; // 60fps, 1 frame=0.016s
info(`timeOffset=${timeOffset}, frameOffset=${frameOffset}`);
return Math.abs(currentDiff - frameOffset);
}
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