tree: d1cbd674e66b952a436e8850961d0c474e5625a6 [path history] [tgz]
  1. 440hz-10ms.m4a
  2. 48_aac_infinite_loop.m4a
  3. 4ch.wav
  4. 90rotation.mp4
  5. 9ch.ogg
  6. 9ch.wav
  7. BlackAndWhite_criss-cross_pattern_2015x2015.webp
  8. COPYING
  9. OWNERS
  10. README.md
  11. RGB_noise_2015x2015.webp
  12. RGB_noise_large_pixels_115x115.webp
  13. RGB_noise_large_pixels_2015x2015.webp
  14. RGB_noise_large_pixels_4000x4000.webp
  15. aac-44100-packet-0
  16. aac-44100-packet-1
  17. aac-44100-packet-2
  18. aac-44100-packet-3
  19. audio-start-time-only.webm
  20. av1-I-frame-320x240
  21. bali_640x360_P420.yuv
  22. bbb-320x240-2video-2audio.mp4
  23. bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc-key_rotation.mp4
  24. bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc.mp4
  25. bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc_clear-all.mp4
  26. bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc_missing-saiz-saio.mp4
  27. bear-1280x720-aac_he.ts
  28. bear-1280x720-av_frag-initsegment-mvhd_version_0-mvhd_duration_bits_all_set.mp4
  29. bear-1280x720-av_frag.mp4
  30. bear-1280x720-av_with-aud-nalus_frag.mp4
  31. bear-1280x720-avt_subt_frag.mp4
  32. bear-1280x720-hls-sample-aes.ts
  33. bear-1280x720-hls-with-CAT.bin
  34. bear-1280x720-hls.ts
  35. bear-1280x720-v_frag-avc3.mp4
  36. bear-1280x720-v_frag-cenc-key_rotation.mp4
  37. bear-1280x720-v_frag-cenc.mp4
  38. bear-1280x720-v_frag-cenc_clear-all.mp4
  39. bear-1280x720-zero-stsz-entry.mp4
  40. bear-1280x720.mp4
  41. bear-1280x720.ts
  42. bear-1280x720.webm
  43. bear-1280x720_ptswraparound.ts
  44. bear-320x180-hi10p-vp9.webm
  45. bear-320x180-hi10p.mp4
  46. bear-320x180-hi12p-vp9.webm
  47. bear-320x192-baseline-frame-0.h264
  48. bear-320x192-baseline-frame-1.h264
  49. bear-320x192-baseline-frame-2.h264
  50. bear-320x192-baseline-frame-3.h264
  51. bear-320x192-high-frame-0.h264
  52. bear-320x192-high-frame-1.h264
  53. bear-320x192-high-frame-2.h264
  54. bear-320x192-high-frame-3.h264
  55. bear-320x240-16x9-aspect-av_enc-av.webm
  56. bear-320x240-16x9-aspect.webm
  57. bear-320x240-P444.webm
  58. bear-320x240-altref.webm
  59. bear-320x240-audio-only-48khz.webm
  60. bear-320x240-audio-only.webm
  61. bear-320x240-av_enc-a.webm
  62. bear-320x240-av_enc-av.webm
  63. bear-320x240-av_enc-av_clear-1s.webm
  64. bear-320x240-av_enc-av_clear-all.webm
  65. bear-320x240-av_enc-v.webm
  66. bear-320x240-cues-in-front.webm
  67. bear-320x240-live.webm
  68. bear-320x240-manifest.js
  69. bear-320x240-multitrack.webm
  70. bear-320x240-opus-a_enc-a.webm
  71. bear-320x240-opus-av_enc-av.webm
  72. bear-320x240-opus-av_enc-v.webm
  73. bear-320x240-v-2frames-keyframe-is-non-sync-sample_frag-hevc.mp4
  74. bear-320x240-v-2frames-nonkeyframe-is-sync-sample_frag-hevc.mp4
  75. bear-320x240-v-2frames_frag-hevc.mp4
  76. bear-320x240-v-vp9_fullsample_enc-v.webm
  77. bear-320x240-v-vp9_profile2_subsample_cenc-v.mp4
  78. bear-320x240-v-vp9_profile2_subsample_cenc-v.webm
  79. bear-320x240-v-vp9_subsample_enc-v.webm
  80. bear-320x240-v_enc-v.webm
  81. bear-320x240-v_frag-hevc.mp4
  82. bear-320x240-v_frag-vp9-cenc.mp4
  83. bear-320x240-v_frag-vp9.mp4
  84. bear-320x240-video-only.webm
  85. bear-320x240-vp9_profile2.webm
  86. bear-320x240.webm
  87. bear-320x240_corrupted_after_init_segment.webm
  88. bear-640x360-a_frag-cbcs.mp4
  89. bear-640x360-a_frag-cenc-key_rotation.mp4
  90. bear-640x360-a_frag-cenc.mp4
  91. bear-640x360-a_frag.mp4
  92. bear-640x360-av_enc-av.webm
  93. bear-640x360-av_frag.mp4
  94. bear-640x360-manifest.js
  95. bear-640x360-non_square_pixel-with_pasp.mp4
  96. bear-640x360-non_square_pixel-without_pasp.mp4
  97. bear-640x360-v-2frames-keyframe-is-non-sync-sample_frag.mp4
  98. bear-640x360-v-2frames-nonkeyframe-is-sync-sample_frag.mp4
  99. bear-640x360-v-2frames_frag.mp4
  100. bear-640x360-v_frag-cbc1.mp4
  101. bear-640x360-v_frag-cbcs.mp4
  102. bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc-key_rotation.mp4
  103. bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc-mdat.mp4
  104. bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc-senc-no-saiz-saio.mp4
  105. bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc-senc.mp4
  106. bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc.mp4
  107. bear-640x360-v_frag-cens.mp4
  108. bear-640x360-v_frag.mp4
  109. bear-640x360.webm
  110. bear-a_enc-a.webm
  111. bear-ac3-only-frag.mp4
  112. bear-audio-10s-CBR-has-TOC.mp3
  113. bear-audio-10s-CBR-no-TOC.mp3
  114. bear-audio-10s-VBR-has-TOC.mp3
  115. bear-audio-10s-VBR-no-TOC.mp3
  116. bear-audio-implicit-he-aac-v1.aac
  117. bear-audio-implicit-he-aac-v2.aac
  118. bear-audio-lc-aac.aac
  119. bear-audio-main-aac.aac
  120. bear-audio-mp4a.69.ts
  121. bear-audio-mp4a.6B.ts
  122. bear-av1-320x180-10bit-cenc.mp4
  123. bear-av1-320x180-10bit-cenc.webm
  124. bear-av1-320x180-10bit.mp4
  125. bear-av1-320x180-10bit.webm
  126. bear-av1-480x360.webm
  127. bear-av1-640x480.webm
  128. bear-av1-cenc.mp4
  129. bear-av1-cenc.webm
  130. bear-av1.mp4
  131. bear-av1.webm
  132. bear-eac3-only-frag.mp4
  133. bear-flac-192kHz.mp4
  134. bear-flac-192kHz_frag.mp4
  135. bear-flac-cenc.mp4
  136. bear-flac.mp4
  137. bear-flac.ogg
  138. bear-flac_frag.mp4
  139. bear-hevc-frag.mp4
  140. bear-mpeg2-aac-only_frag.mp4
  141. bear-opus-11ch-channelmapping2.ogg
  142. bear-opus-4ch-channelmapping2.ogg
  143. bear-opus-end-trimming-11ch-channelmapping2.webm
  144. bear-opus-end-trimming-4ch-channelmapping2.webm
  145. bear-opus.mp4
  146. bear-opus.ogg
  147. bear-opus.webm
  148. bear-vp8-webvtt.webm
  149. bear-vp8a-odd-dimensions.webm
  150. bear-vp8a.webm
  151. bear-vp9-blockgroup.webm
  152. bear-vp9-bt709.webm
  153. bear-vp9-i422.webm
  154. bear-vp9-odd-dimensions.webm
  155. bear-vp9-opus.webm
  156. bear-vp9.ivf
  157. bear-vp9.ivf.context
  158. bear-vp9.webm
  159. bear-vp9a-odd-dimensions.webm
  160. bear-vp9a.webm
  161. bear.ac3
  162. bear.adts
  163. bear.aiff
  164. bear.amr
  165. bear.asf
  166. bear.avi
  167. bear.eac3
  168. bear.flac
  169. bear.flv
  170. bear.h261
  171. bear.h263
  172. bear.h264
  173. bear.h264.md5
  174. bear.hevc
  175. bear.m2ts
  176. bear.m3u8
  177. bear.mjpeg
  178. bear.mp4
  179. bear.mpeg
  180. bear.ogv
  181. bear.rm
  182. bear.swf
  183. bear.webm
  184. bear0.ts
  185. bear_192kHz.wav
  186. bear_320x192.bgra
  187. bear_320x192.bgra.json
  188. bear_320x192.i420.yuv
  189. bear_320x192.i420.yuv.json
  190. bear_320x192.nv12.yuv
  191. bear_320x192.nv12.yuv.json
  192. bear_320x192.rgba
  193. bear_320x192.rgba.json
  194. bear_320x192.yv12.yuv
  195. bear_320x192.yv12.yuv.json
  196. bear_320x192_40frames.yuv.webm
  197. bear_3kHz.wav
  198. bear_640x384_40frames.yuv.webm
  199. bear_adts_in_private_stream_1.ts
  200. bear_alaw.wav
  201. bear_audio_longer_than_video.ogv
  202. bear_audio_shorter_than_video.ogv
  203. bear_divx_mp3.avi
  204. bear_gsm_ms.wav
  205. bear_h264_aac.3gp
  206. bear_mpeg4_amrnb.3gp
  207. bear_mpeg4_mp3.avi
  208. bear_mpeg4asp_mp3.avi
  209. bear_mulaw.wav
  210. bear_pcm.wav
  211. bear_pcm_s16be.mov
  212. bear_pcm_s24be.mov
  213. bear_rotate_0.mp4
  214. bear_rotate_180.mp4
  215. bear_rotate_270.mp4
  216. bear_rotate_90.mp4
  217. bear_silent.mp4
  218. bear_silent.ogv
  219. bear_silent.webm
  220. blackwhite.html
  221. blackwhite.png
  222. blackwhite_yuv420p.avi
  223. blackwhite_yuv420p.mp4
  224. blackwhite_yuv420p.ogv
  225. blackwhite_yuv420p.webm
  226. blackwhite_yuv420p_hi10p.mp4
  227. blackwhite_yuv420p_rec709.mp4
  228. blackwhite_yuv422p.mp4
  229. blackwhite_yuv422p.ogv
  230. blackwhite_yuv444p.mp4
  231. blackwhite_yuv444p.ogv
  232. blackwhite_yuv444p.webm
  233. blackwhite_yuvj420p.mp4
  234. blank-1x1.jpg
  235. bouncy_ball.webp
  236. bunny-opus-intensity-stereo.webm
  237. butterfly-853x480.webm
  238. cleaner.html
  239. colour.webm
  240. colour_unspecified_range.webm
  241. corrupt.mp3
  242. crbug657437.mp4
  243. decode_capabilities_test.html
  244. double-bear.ogv
  245. double-sfx.ogg
  246. eme_load_session_after_close_test.html
  247. eme_player.html
  248. eme_player_js/
  249. eme_remove_session_test.html
  250. encrypted_frame_size_change.html
  251. four-colors-aspect-4x3.mp4
  252. four-colors-rot-180.mp4
  253. four-colors-rot-270.mp4
  254. four-colors-rot-90.mp4
  255. four-colors-vp9.webm
  256. four-colors.mp4
  257. frame_size_change-av_enc-v.webm
  258. green-a300hz.webm
  259. h264-320x180-frame-0
  260. h264-320x180-frame-1
  261. h264-320x180-frame-2
  262. h264-320x180-frame-3
  263. icy_sfx.mp3
  264. id3_png_test.mp3
  265. id3_test.mp3
  266. layout_change.wav
  267. load_many_videos.html
  268. media_source_player.html
  269. media_suspend_test.html
  270. midstream_config_change.mp3
  271. mse_config_change.html
  272. mse_different_containers.html
  273. multiple_cdm_types.html
  274. multitrack-3video-2audio.webm
  275. negative-audio-timestamps.avi
  276. negative_ts.flac
  277. no_audio_video.webm
  278. no_streams.webm
  279. nonzero-start-time.webm
  280. npot-video.h264
  281. npot-video.h264.md5
  282. opus-trimming-test.mp4
  283. opus-trimming-test.ogg
  284. opus-trimming-test.webm
  285. opus-trimming-video-test.webm
  286. peach_pi-1280x720.jpg
  287. pixel-1280x720-grayscale.jpg
  288. pixel-1280x720-trailing-zeros.jpg
  289. pixel-1280x720-yuv420.jpg
  290. pixel-1280x720-yuv444.jpg
  291. pixel-1280x720.jpg
  292. pixel-40x23-yuv420.jpg
  293. pixel-41x22-yuv420.jpg
  294. pixel-41x23-yuv420.jpg
  295. player.html
  296. rapid_video_change_test.html
  297. red-a500hz.webm
  298. red-green.h264
  299. red-green.h264.md5
  300. red_green_gradient_lossy.webp
  301. resolution_change_500frames-vp8.ivf
  302. resolution_change_500frames-vp8.ivf.json
  303. resolution_change_500frames-vp9.ivf
  304. resolution_change_500frames-vp9.ivf.json
  305. sfx-flac.mp4
  306. sfx-flac_frag.mp4
  307. sfx-opus-441.webm
  308. sfx-opus.ogg
  309. sfx-opus_frag.mp4
  310. sfx.adts
  311. sfx.flac
  312. sfx.m4a
  313. sfx.mp2
  314. sfx.mp3
  315. sfx.ogg
  316. sfx_f32le.wav
  317. sfx_s16le.wav
  318. sfx_s24le.wav
  319. sfx_s32le.wav
  320. sfx_u8.wav
  321. solid_green_2015x2015.webp
  322. speech_16b_stereo_48kHz.raw
  323. speex_audio_vorbis_video.ogv
  324. spherical.mp4
  325. switch_1080p_720p_240frames.h264
  326. switch_1080p_720p_240frames.h264.json
  327. sync2.ogv
  328. ten_byte_file
  329. test-25fps.h264
  330. test-25fps.h264.frames.md5
  331. test-25fps.h264.json
  332. test-25fps.h264.md5
  333. test-25fps.vp8
  334. test-25fps.vp8.frames.md5
  335. test-25fps.vp8.json
  336. test-25fps.vp8.md5
  337. test-25fps.vp9
  338. test-25fps.vp9.context
  339. test-25fps.vp9.frames.md5
  340. test-25fps.vp9.json
  341. test-25fps.vp9.md5
  342. test-25fps.vp9_2
  343. test-25fps.vp9_2.frames.md5
  344. test-25fps.vp9_2.json
  345. test-25fps.vp9_2.md5
  346. test_key_system_instantiation.html
  347. tos-h264-opus.mp4
  348. trailing-garbage.mp3
  349. tulip2.webm
  350. vorbis-extradata
  351. vorbis-packet-0
  352. vorbis-packet-1
  353. vorbis-packet-2
  354. vorbis-packet-3
  355. vorbis_audio_wmv_video.mkv
  356. vp8-I-frame-160x240
  357. vp8-I-frame-320x120
  358. vp8-I-frame-320x240
  359. vp8-I-frame-320x480
  360. vp8-I-frame-640x240
  361. vp8-P-frame-320x240
  362. vp8-corrupt-I-frame
  363. vp9-I-frame-1280x720
  364. vp9-I-frame-320x240
  365. vp9-duplicate-frame.webm
  366. vp90_2_10_show_existing_frame2.vp9.ivf
  367. vp90_2_10_show_existing_frame2.vp9.ivf.md5
  368. webaudio_oscillator.html
  369. webm_content_encodings
  370. webm_ebml_element
  371. webm_info_element
  372. webm_vorbis_track_entry
  373. webm_vp8_track_entry
  374. yellow_pink_gradient_lossless.webp
media/test/data/README.md

Media Test Data

Instructions

To add, update or remove a test file, please update the list below.

Please provide full reference and steps to generate the test file so that any people can regenerate or update the file in the future.

List of Test Files

General Test Files

bear-320x240.webm

WebM encode of bear.1280x720.mp4 resized to 320x240.

bear-320x240-video-only.webm

The video track of bear-320x240.webm.

bear-320x240-audio-only.webm

The audio track of bear-320x240.webm.

bear-vp9.webm

VP9 video only WebM file.

bear-vp9-opus.webm

VP9 Video with Opus Audio.

bear-opus.webm

Opus Audio only WebM file.

bear-vp8-webvtt.webm

WebM VP8 video with WebVTT subtitle track.

bear-1280x720.mp4

AAC audio and H264 high profile video.

bear-1280x720-avt_subt_frag.mp4

Fragmented bear_1280x720.mp4 with text track containing srt from bear-vp8-webvtt.webm as a ‘subt’ handler type.

bear-1280x720-av_frag.mp4 - Fragmented bear_1280x720.mp4.

bear-1280x720-av_frag-initsegment-mvhd_version_0-mvhd_duration_bits_all_set.mp4:

Just the first initialization segment of bear-1280x720_av_frag.mp4, modified to have the mvhd version 0 32-bit duration field set to all 1's.

media/test/data/negative-audio-timestamps.avi

A truncated audio/video file with audio packet timestamps of -1. We need to ensure that these packets arent dropped.

FLAC

bear-flac.mp4

Unfragmented audio-only 44.1kHz FLAC in MP4 file, created using:

ffmpeg -i bear-1280x720.mp4 -map 0:0 -acodec flac -strict -2 bear-flac.mp4

Note: “-strict -2” was required because current ffmpeg libavformat version 57.75.100 indicates that flac in MP4 support is experimental.

bear-flac_frag.mp4

Fragmented audio-only 44.1kHz FLAC in MP4 file, created using:

ffmpeg -i bear-flac.mp4 -acodec copy -strict -2 -movflags frag_keyframe+empty_moov+default_base_moof bear-flac_frag.mp4

bear-flac-192kHz.mp4

Unfragmented audio-only high-sample-rate FLAC in MP4 file, created using:

ffmpeg -i bear-1280x720.mp4 -map 0:0 -acodec flac -strict -2 -ar 192000 bear-flac-192kHz.mp4

bear-flac-192kHz_frag.mp4

Fragmented audio-only high-sample-rate FLAC in MP4 file, created using:

ffmpeg -i bear-flac-192kHz.mp4 -acodec copy -strict -2 -movflags frag_keyframe+empty_moov+default_base_moof bear-flac-192kHz_frag.mp4

sfx-flac.mp4

Unfragmented audio-only 44.1kHz FLAC in MP4 file, created using:

ffmpeg -i sfx.flac -map 0:0 -acodec copy -strict -2 sfx-flac.mp4

sfx-flac_frag.mp4

Fragmented audio-only 44.1kHz FLAC in MP4 file, created using:

ffmpeg -i sfx.flac -map 0:0 -acodec copy -strict -2 -movflags frag_keyframe+empty_moov+default_base_moof sfx-flac_frag.mp4

AV1

Unless noted otherwise, the codec string is av01.0.04M.08 for 8-bit files, and av01.0.04M.10 for 10-bit files.

bear.y4m

Not an AV1 file, but all of the following commands rely on this file. It was created using vpxdec with the following command:

vpxdec path/to/chrome/src/media/test/data/bear-vp9.webm -o bear.y4m

bear-av1.mp4

Created using FFmpeg with the following commands:

ffmpeg -i bear.y4m -vcodec libaom-av1 -strict -2 -y -f mp4 -b:v 50k \
  bear-av1-slowstart.mp4
ffmpeg -i bear-av1-slowstart.mp4 -vcodec copy -strict -2 -y -f mp4 \
  -movflags frag_keyframe+empty_moov+default_base_moof+faststart bear-av1.mp4

bear-av1.webm

Created using aomenc with the following command:

aomenc bear.y4m --lag-in-frames=0 --target-bitrate=50 --fps=30000/1001 \
  --cpu-used=8 --test-decode=fatal -o bear-av1.webm

bear-av1-480x360.webm

Created using FFmpeg and aomenc with the following commands:

ffmpeg -i bear.y4m -vf scale=-1:360 -f rawvideo bear_360P.yuv
aomenc bear_360P.yuv -w 480 -h 360 --fps=30000/1001 --cpu-used=8 \
  --lag-in-frames=0 --test-decode=fatal --target-bitrate=50 \
  -o bear-av1-480x360.webm

bear-av1-640x480.webm

Created using FFmpeg and aomenc with the following commands:

ffmpeg -i bear.y4m -vf scale=-1:480 -f rawvideo bear_480P.yuv
aomenc bear_480P.yuv -w 640 -h 480 --fps=30000/1001 --cpu-used=8 \
  --lag-in-frames=0 --test-decode=fatal --target-bitrate=50 \
  -o bear-av1-640x480.webm

bear-av1-320x180-10bit.mp4

Created using FFmpeg with the following command:

ffmpeg -i bear-av1-320x180-10bit.webm -vcodec copy -f mp4 \
  -movflags frag_keyframe+empty_moov+default_base_moof+faststart \
  bear-av1-320x180-10bit.mp4

bear-av1-320x180-10bit.webm

Created using vpxdec and aomenc with the following commands:

vpxdec bear-320x180-hi10p-vp9.webm -o bear-320x180-10bit.y4m
aomenc bear-320x180-10bit.y4m --lag-in-frames=0 --target-bitrate=50 \
  --fps=30000/1001 --cpu-used=8 --bit-depth=10 --test-decode=fatal \
  -o bear-av1-320x180-10bit.webm

Alpha Channel

bear-vp8a.webm

WebM VP8 video with alpha channel.

bear-vp8a-odd-dimensions.webm

WebM VP8 video with alpha channel and odd dimensions.

VP8 Frame Data

vp8-I-frame-160x240

The first I frame of a 160x240 re-encode of bear-320x240.webm.

vp8-I-frame-320x120

The first I frame of a 320x120 re-encode of bear-320x240.webm.

vp8-I-frame-320x240

The first I frame of bear-320x240.webm.

vp8-P-frame-320x240

The second P frame of bear-320x240.webm.

vp8-I-frame-320x480

The first I frame of a 320x480 re-encode of bear-320x240.webm.

vp8-I-frame-640x240

The first I frame of a 640x240 re-encode of bear-320x240.webm.

vp8-corrupt-I-frame

A copy of vp8-I-frame-320x240 w/ all bytes XORed w/ 0xA5.

Corrupted Files

no_streams.webm

Header, Info, & Tracks element from bear-320x240.webm slightly corrupted so it looks like there are no tracks.

nonzero-start-time.webm

Has the same headers as bear-320x240.webm but the first cluster of this file is the second cluster of bear-320x240.webm. This creates the situation where the media data doesn't start at time 0.

bear-320x240_corrupted_after_init_segment.webm

bear-320x240.webm's initialization segment followed by “CORRUPTED\n”

Live

bear-320x240-live.webm

bear-320x240.webm remuxed w/o a duration and using clusters with unknown sizes.

ffmpeg -i bear-320x240.webm -acodec copy -vcodec copy -f webm pipe:1 > bear-320x240-live.webm

Color / High Bit Depth

colour.webm

a WebM file containing color metadata in MKV/WebM Colour element copied from libwebm/testing/testdata/colour.webm

four-colors.mp4

A 960x540 H.264 mp4 video with 4 color blocks (Y,R,G,B) in every frame. The video playback looks like a still image. An image of 4 color blocks (.png file) is first created by Windows Paint.exe. This image is then used as a basic video frame in making this 2-second video from Mac iStopMotion.

four-colors-aspect-4x3.mp4

Actual video frames are the same as four-colors.mp4, except it specifies an aspect of 4x3 in mp4 meta data.

four-colors-aspect-rot-90.mp4

Actual video frames are the same as four-colors.mp4, except it specifies a rotation of 90 degrees in mp4 meta data.

four-colors-aspect-rot-180.mp4

Actual video frames are the same as four-colors.mp4, except it specifies a rotation of 180 degrees in mp4 meta data.

four-colors-aspect-rot-270.mp4

Actual video frames are the same as four-colors.mp4, except it specifies a rotation of 270 degrees in mp4 meta data.

four-colors-vp9.web

A 960x540 vp9 video with 4 color blocks (Y,R,G,B) in every frame. This is converted from four-colors.mp4 by ffmpeg.

bear-320x180-hi10p.mp4

bear-320x240-vp9_profile2.webm

VP9 encoded video with profile 2 (10-bit, 4:2:0). Codec string: vp09.02.10.10.01.02.02.02.00.

AAC test data from MPEG-DASH demoplayer (44100 Hz, stereo)

Duration of each packet is (1024/44100 Hz), approximately 23.22 ms.

  • aac-44100-packet-0 - timestamp: 0ms
  • aac-44100-packet-1 - timestamp: 23.22ms
  • aac-44100-packet-2 - timestamp: 46.44ms
  • aac-44100-packet-3 - timestamp: 69.66ms

Vorbis test data from bear.ogv (44100 Hz, 16 bits, stereo)

  • vorbis-extradata - Vorbis extradata section
  • vorbis-packet-0 - timestamp: 0ms, duration: 0ms
  • vorbis-packet-1 - timestamp: 0ms, duration: 0ms
  • vorbis-packet-2 - timestamp: 0ms, duration: 0ms
  • vorbis-packet-3 - timestamp: 2902ms, duration: 0ms

MSE MP4 keyframe-metadata versus encoded AVC keyframe-ness test media

bear-640x360-v-2frames_frag.mp4

Just first 2 video frames of bear-640x360-v_frag.mp4, created with:

ffmpeg -i bear-640x360-v_frag.mp4 -vcodec copy -movflags frag_keyframe+empty_moov+default_base_moof \
    -vframes 2 bear-640x360-v-2frames_frag.mp4

It‘s 1 keyframe + 1 non-keyframe, with container’s frame keyframe-ness correct.

bear-640x360-v-2frames-keyframe-is-non-sync-sample_frag.mp4

This is bear-640x360-v-2frames_frag.mp4, with manually updated trun.first_sample_flags: s/0x02000000/0x01010000 (first frame is non-sync-sample, depends on another frame, mismatches compressed h264 first frame's keyframe-ness).

bear-640x360-v-2frames-nonkeyframe-is-sync-sample_frag.mp4

This is bear-640x360-v-2frames_frag.mp4, with manually updated tfhd.default_sample_flags: s/0x01010000/0x02000000 (second frame is sync-sample, doesn‘t depend on other frames, mismatches compressed h264 second frame’s nonkeyframe-ness).

Encrypted Test Files

[1] Test key ID: 30313233343536373839303132333435

[2] Test key: ebdd62f16814d27b68ef122afce4ae3c

[3] KeyIds and Keys are created by left rotating key ID [1] and key [2] using std::rotate for every new crypto period. This is only for testing. The actual key rotation algorithm is often much more complicated.

General

bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc.mp4

A fragmented MP4 version of the audio track of bear-1280x720.mp4 encrypted (ISO CENC) using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc-key_rotation.mp4

A fragmented MP4 version of the audio track of bear-1280x720.mp4 encrypted (ISO CENC) using key ID [1] and key [2] with key rotation [3].

bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc_clear-all.mp4

Same as bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc.mp4 but no fragments are encrypted.

bear-1280x720-v_frag-cenc.mp4

A fragmented MP4 version of the video track of bear-1280x720.mp4 encrypted (ISO CENC) using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-1280x720-v_frag-cenc-key_rotation.mp4

A fragmented MP4 version of the video track of bear-1280x720.mp4 encrypted (ISO CENC) using key ID [1] and key [2] with key rotation [3].

bear-1280x720-v_frag-cenc_clear-all.mp4

Same as bear-1280x720-v_frag-cenc.mp4 but no fragments are encrypted.

bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc_missing-saiz-saio.mp4

An invalid file similar to bear-1280x720-a_frag-cenc.mp4 but has no saiz and saio boxes. To save space, it has only one encrypted sample.

bear-320x240-v_frag-vp9.mp4

Bear video with VP9 codec in MP4 container. Generated with Shaka Packager at 1e2da22c8809c17cc4dfdb45924ec45e42058393:

packager in=bear-vp9.webm,stream=video,out=bear-320x240-v_frag-vp9.mp4

bear-320x240-v_frag-vp9-cenc.mp4

Same as above, with video encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2]. Generated with Shaka Packager at 1e2da22c8809c17cc4dfdb45924ec45e42058393:

packager in=bear-vp9.webm,stream=video,out=bear-320x240-v_frag-vp9-cenc.mp4
         --enable_fixed_key_encryption --key_id 30313233343536373839303132333435
         --key ebdd62f16814d27b68ef122afce4ae3c --clear_lead 0
         --pssh 0000003470737368010000001077EFECC0B24D02ACE33C1E52E2FB4B000000013031323334353637383930313233343500000000000000467073736800000000EDEF8BA979D64ACEA3C827DCD51D21ED000000261210303132333435363738393031323334351A00221030313233343536373839303132333435

bear-320x240-16x9-aspect-av_enc-av.webm

bear-320x240-16x9-aspect.webm with audio & video encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2]

bear-320x240-av_enc-av.webm

bear-320x240.webm with audio & video encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-320x240-av_enc-av_clear-1s.webm

Same as bear-320x240-av_enc-av.webm but with no frames in the first second encrypted.

bear-320x240-av_enc-av_clear-all.webm

Same as bear-320x240-av_enc-av.webm but with no frames encrypted.

bear-320x240-v-vp9_profile2_subsample_cenc-v.webm

Encrypted Bear video with VP9 codec (profile 2) in WebM container, using key ID [1] and key [2]. Codec string: vp09.02.10.10.01.02.02.02.00. Generated with Shaka Packager at 4ba5bec66054cfd4af13c07ac62a97f1a1a2e5f9:

packager in=bear-320x240-vp9_profile2.webm,stream=video,out=bear-320x240-v-vp9_profile2_subsample_cenc-v.webm
         --enable_fixed_key_encryption --key_id 30313233343536373839303132333435
         --key ebdd62f16814d27b68ef122afce4ae3c --clear_lead 0
         --pssh 0000003470737368010000001077EFECC0B24D02ACE33C1E52E2FB4B000000013031323334353637383930313233343500000000000000467073736800000000EDEF8BA979D64ACEA3C827DCD51D21ED000000261210303132333435363738393031323334351A00221030313233343536373839303132333435

bear-320x240-v-vp9_profile2_subsample_cenc-v.mp4

Same as above, in MP4 container. Codec string: vp09.02.10.10.01.02.02.02.00. Generated with Shaka Packager at 4ba5bec66054cfd4af13c07ac62a97f1a1a2e5f9:

packager in=bear-320x240-vp9_profile2.webm,stream=video,out=bear-320x240-v-vp9_profile2_subsample_cenc-v.mp4
         --enable_fixed_key_encryption --key_id 30313233343536373839303132333435
         --key ebdd62f16814d27b68ef122afce4ae3c --clear_lead 0
         --pssh 0000003470737368010000001077EFECC0B24D02ACE33C1E52E2FB4B000000013031323334353637383930313233343500000000000000467073736800000000EDEF8BA979D64ACEA3C827DCD51D21ED000000261210303132333435363738393031323334351A00221030313233343536373839303132333435

bear-640x360-av_enc-av.webm

bear-640x360.webm with audio & video encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-320x240-av_enc-v.webm

bear-320x240.webm with video track encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-320x240-av_enc-a.webm

bear-320x240.webm with audio track encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-320x240-v_enc-v.webm

bear-320x240-video-only.webm encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-320x240-v-vp9_fullsample_enc-v.webm

bear-vp9.webm VP9 video only encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2] with full sample encryption.

bear-320x240-v-vp9_subsample_enc-v.webm

bear-vp9.webm VP9 video only encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2] with subsample encryption.

bear-320x240-opus-a_enc-a.webm

bear-opus.webm encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-320x240-opus-av_enc-av.webm

bear-vp9-opus.webm with audio & video encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-320x240-opus-av_enc-v.webm

bear-vp9-opus.webm with video track encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

bear-640x360-a_frag-cenc.mp4

A fragmented MP4 version of the audio track of bear-640x360.mp4 encrypted (ISO CENC) using key ID [1] and key [2].

Note: bear-640x360.mp4 file does not exist any more. Files encrypted from it has AAC audio and H264 high profile video (if applicable).

bear-640x360-a_frag-cenc-key_rotation.mp4

A fragmented MP4 version of the audio track of bear-640x360.mp4 encrypted (ISO CENC) using key ID [1] and key [2] with key rotation [3].

bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc-mdat.mp4

A fragmented MP4 version of the video track of bear-640x360.mp4 encrypted (ISO CENC) using key ID [1] and key [2] and with sample encryption auxiliary information in the beginning of mdat box.

bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc-senc.mp4

Same as above, but with sample encryption information stored in SampleEncryption (‘senc’) box.

bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc-senc-no-saiz-saio.mp4

Same as above, but without saiz and saio boxes.

bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc-key_rotation.mp4

A fragmented MP4 version of the video track of bear-640x360.mp4 encrypted (ISO CENC) using key ID [1] and key [2] with key rotation [3].

bear-640x360-a_frag-cbcs.mp4

  • Same as previous instructions, except source is bear-640x360-a_frag.mp4 and no clear lead (i.e. --clear_lead 0).

bear-flac-cenc.mp4

Encrypted version of bear-flac.mp4, encrypted by Shaka Packager v2.1.0 using key ID [1] and key [2]. Sample encryption information stored in SampleEncryption (‘senc’) box (in each encrypted fragment).

packager in=bear-flac.mp4,stream=audio,output=bear-flac-cenc.mp4
         --enable_raw_key_encryption
         --clear_lead 0.5
         --segment_duration 0.5
         --keys label=:key_id=30313233343536373839303132333435:key=ebdd62f16814d27b68ef122afce4ae3c
         --pssh 000000327073736800000000EDEF8BA979D64ACEA3C827DCD51D21ED000000121210303132333435363738393031323334350000003470737368010000001077EFECC0B24D02ACE33C1E52E2FB4B000000013031323334353637383930313233343500000000

bear-a_enc-a.webm

bear-320x240-audio-only.webm encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

frame_size_change-av_enc-v.webm

third_party/WebKit/LayoutTests/media/resources/frame_size_change.webm encrypted using key ID [1] and key [2].

AV1

Unless noted otherwise, the codec string is av01.0.04M.08 for 8-bit files, and av01.0.04M.10 for 10-bit files.

bear-av1-cenc.mp4

Encrypted version of bear-av1.mp4. Encrypted by Shaka Packager built locally at commit 53aa775ea488c0ffd3a2e1cb78ad000154e414e1 using key ID [1] and key [2].

packager in=bear-av1.mp4,stream=video,output=bear-av1-cenc.mp4
         --enable_raw_key_encryption --protection_scheme cenc --clear_lead 0
         --keys label=:key_id=30313233343536373839303132333435:key=ebdd62f16814d27b68ef122afce4ae3c
         --pssh 000000327073736800000000EDEF8BA979D64ACEA3C827DCD51D21ED000000121210303132333435363738393031323334350000003470737368010000001077EFECC0B24D02ACE33C1E52E2FB4B000000013031323334353637383930313233343500000000

bear-av1-cenc.webm

Same as bear-av1-cenc.mp4, except that the output name is bear-av1-cenc.webm.

bear-av1-320x180-10bit-cenc.mp4

Same as bear-av1-cenc.mp4, except that the input name is bear-av1-320x180-10bit.mp4, and the output name is bear-av1-320x180-10bit-cenc.mp4.

bear-av1-320x180-10bit-cenc.webm

Same as bear-av1-cenc.mp4, except that the input name is bear-av1-320x180-10bit.webm, and the output name is bear-av1-320x180-10bit-cenc.webm.

Encryption Scheme Test

  • bear-640x360-v_frag-cenc.mp4
  • bear-640x360-v_frag-cbc1.mp4
  • bear-640x360-v_frag-cbcs.mp4
  • bear-640x360-v_frag-cens.mp4

Encrypted versions of bear-640x360-v_frag.mp4, encrypted by Shaka Packager v2.0.0 using key ID [1] and key [2]. Sample encryption information stored in SampleEncryption (‘senc’) box (in each encrypted fragment).

Command: (replace both places of ‘cenc’ with desired scheme)

packager in=bear-640x360-v_frag.mp4,stream=video,output=bear-640x360-v-cenc.mp4
         --enable_raw_key_encryption
         --protection_scheme cenc
         --clear_lead 0.5
         --segment_duration 0.5
         --keys label=:key_id=30313233343536373839303132333435:key=ebdd62f16814d27b68ef122afce4ae3c
         --pssh 000000327073736800000000EDEF8BA979D64ACEA3C827DCD51D21ED000000121210303132333435363738393031323334350000003470737368010000001077EFECC0B24D02ACE33C1E52E2FB4B000000013031323334353637383930313233343500000000

The ‘pssh’ data includes entries for both Widevine and Common SystemID. It was generated from concatenating the output of:

shaka/packager/tools/pssh/pssh-box.py --widevine-system-id --key-id 30313233343536373839303132333435 --hex
shaka/packager/tools/pssh/pssh-box.py --common-system-id --key-id 30313233343536373839303132333435 --hex

HLS

bear-1280x720-hls.ts

Produced using Apple's mediafilesegmenter tool with bear-1280x720.ts as input, with no encryption.

mediafilesegmenter -t 10 -start-segments-with-iframe -f 'output_clear/' bear-1280x720.ts

bear-1280x720-hls-sample-aes.ts

Produced using Apple's mediafilesegmenter tool also with bear-1280x720.ts as input, but with SAMPLE_AES encryption. (Additional TS packets were constructed manually and prepended to convey the encryption metadata, notably key id and IV).

mediafilesegmenter -S -P -k 'key_iv.bin' -t 10 -start-segments-with-iframe -f 'output/' bear-1280x720.ts

bear-1280x720-hls-with-CAT.ts

Same as bear-1280x720-hls.ts but with an extra TS packet prepended. This is the same as the first of the metadata packets in bear-1280x720-hls-sample-aes.ts. Its presence indicates that SAMPLE_AES encryption may occur later in the stream, and causes the initial audio and video configs to have an encryption_scheme (of AES-CBC). The actual data is unencrypted, which is indicated by the lack of key ID and IV. This ends up very similar to how clear leader of an otherwise encrypted stream can occur in MP4.

Container Test Files

Additional containers derived from bear.ogv:

  • bear.ac3 -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f ac3 -b 192k bear.ac3.
  • bear.adts -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f adts -strict experimental bear.adts.
  • bear.aiff -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f aiff bear.aiff.
  • bear.asf -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f asf bear.asf.
  • bear.avi -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f avi -b 192k bear.avi.
  • bear.eac3 -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f eac3 bear.eac3.
  • bear.flac -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f flac bear.flac.
  • bear.flv -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f flv bear.flv.
  • bear.h261 -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f h261 -s:0 cif bear.h261.
  • bear.h263 -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f h263 -s:0 cif bear.h263.
  • bear.m2ts -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f mpegts bear.m2ts.
  • bear.mjpeg -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f mjpeg bear.mjpeg.
  • bear.mpeg -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f mpeg bear.mpeg.
  • bear.rm -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f rm -b 192k bear.rm.
  • bear.swf -- created using avconv -i bear.ogv -f swf -an bear.swf.

VDA Test Files:

test-25fps

test-25fps.h264

Using ffmpeg SVN-r0.5.9-4:0.5.9-0ubuntu0.10.04.1 @ WebKit r122718, generated with:

ffmpeg -i third_party/WebKit/LayoutTests/media/content/test-25fps.mp4 \
      -vcodec copy -vbsf h264_mp4toannexb -an test-25fps.h264

test-25fps.h264.md5

MD5s of RGB thumbnail rendered version of test-25fps.h264 decoded with Intel VAAPI and V4L2VDA on various platforms. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest. These differ between implementations because color space-converted frames are not specified to the last bit and GLES shader/texture filtering precision varies.

test-25fps.h264.frames.md5:

MD5s of frame which is decoded with Intel VAAPI and V4L2 decoders and is converted to I420 pixel format. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest when input file is test-25fps.h264. This value must be identical on all platforms.

test-25fps.h264.json:

JSON file that contains all metadata related to test-25fps.h264, used by the video_decode_accelerator_tests. This includes the video codec, resolution and md5 checksums of individual video frames when converted to the I420 format.

test-25fps.vp8

ffmpeg git-2012-07-19-a8d8e86, libvpx ToT 7/19, chromium r147247, mkvextract v5.0.1

ffmpeg -i test-25fps.h264 -vcodec libvpx -an test-25fps.webm && \
    mkvextract tracks test-25fps.webm 1:test-25fps.vp8 && rm test-25fps.webm

test-25fps.vp8.md5

MD5 of RGB thumbnail rendered version of test-25fps.vp8. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest.

test-25fps.vp8.frames.md5:

MD5s of frame which is decoded with Intel VAAPI and V4L2 decoders and is converted to I420 pixel format. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest when input file is test-25fps.vp8. This value must be identical on all platforms.

test-25fps.vp8.json:

JSON file that contains all metadata related to test-25fps.vp8, used by the video_decode_accelerator_tests. This includes the video codec, resolution and md5 checksums of individual video frames when converted to the I420 format.

test-25fps.vp9

avconv 9.16-6:9.16-0ubuntu0.14.04.1, vpxenc v1.3.0

avconv -i test-25fps.h264 -c:v rawvideo -pix_fmt yuv420p test-25fps_i420.yuv
vpxenc test-25fps_i420.yuv -o test-25fps.vp9 --codec=vp9 -w 320 -h 240 --ivf \
    --profile=0 --kf-min-dist=0 --kf-max-dist=150 --lag-in-frames=24 \
    --drop-frame=0 --target-bitrate=140 --cq-level=23 --min-q=4 --max-q=56 \
    --static-thresh=1000 --arnr-maxframes=7 --arnr-strength=5 --arnr-type=3 \
    --cpu-used=1 --good --tile-columns=1 --passes=2 --threads=1 --fps=25/1 \
    --end-usage=cq --auto-alt-ref=1 --bias-pct=50 --minsection-pct=0 \
    --maxsection-pct=2000 --undershoot-pct=100

test-25fps.vp9.md5

MD5 of RGB thumbnail rendered version of test-25fps.vp9. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest.

test-25fps.vp9.frames.md5:

MD5s of frame which is decoded with Intel VAAPI and V4L2 decoders and is converted to I420 pixel format. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest when input file is test-25fps.vp9. This value must be identical on all platforms.

test-25fps.vp9.json:

JSON file that contains all metadata related to test-25fps.vp9, used by the video_decode_accelerator_tests. This includes the video codec, resolution and md5 checksums of individual video frames when converted to the I420 format.

test-25fps.vp9_2

Similar to test-25fps.vp9, substituting the option --profile=0 with --profile=2 --bit-depth=10 to vpxenc. (Note that vpxenc must have been configured with the option --enable-vp9-highbitdepth).

test-25fps.vp9_2.md5

MD5 of RGB thumbnail rendered version of test-25fps.vp9_2. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest.

test-25fps.vp9_2.frames.md5:

MD5s of frame which is decoded with Intel VAAPI and V4L2 decoders and is converted to I420 pixel format. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest when input file is test-25fps.vp9_2. This value must be identical on all platforms.

test-25fps.vp9_2.json:

JSON file that contains all metadata related to test-25fps.vp9_2, used by the video_decode_accelerator_tests. This includes the video codec, resolution and md5 checksums of individual video frames when converted to the I420 format.

VP9 video with show_existing_frame flag

vp90_2_10_show_existing_frame2.vp9.ivf

VP9 video with show_existing_frame flag. The original test stream comes from Android CTS.

ffmpeg -i vp90_2_17_show_existing_frame.vp9 -vcodec copy -an -f ivf \
    vp90_2_17_show_existing_frame.vp9.ivf

vp90_2_10_show_existing_frame2.vp9.ivf.md5

MD5 of RGB thumbnail rendered version of vp90_2_10_show_existing_frame2.vp9.ivf. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest.

bear

bear.h264

Using ffmpeg version 0.8.6-4:0.8.6-0ubuntu0.12.04.1, generated with bear.mp4 (https://chromiumcodereview.appspot.com/10805089):

ffmpeg -i bear.mp4 -vcodec copy -vbsf h264_mp4toannexb -an bear.h264

bear.h264.md5

MD5s of RGB thumbnail rendered version of bear.h264 decoded with Intel VAAPI on Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge and V4L2VDA on Exynos. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest. These differ between implementations because color space-converted frames are not specified to the last bit and GLES shader/texture filtering precision varies.

npot-video

npot-video.h264

Using ffmpeg version 0.8.6-4:0.8.6-0ubuntu0.12.04.1, generated with npot-video.mp4 (https://codereview.chromium.org/8342021):

ffmpeg -i npot-video.mp4 -vcodec copy -vbsf h264_mp4toannexb -an npot-video.h264

npot-video.h264.md5

MD5s of RGB thumbnail rendered version of npot-video.h264 decoded with Intel VAAPI on Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge and V4L2VDA on Exynos. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest. These differ between implementations because color space-converted frames are not specified to the last bit and GLES shader/texture filtering precision varies.

red-green

red-green.h264

Using ffmpeg version 0.8.6-4:0.8.6-0ubuntu0.12.04.1, generated with red-green.mp4 (https://codereview.chromium.org/8342021):

ffmpeg -i red-green.mp4 -vcodec copy -vbsf h264_mp4toannexb -an red-green.h264

red-green.h264.md5

MD5s of RGB thumbnail rendered version of red-green.h264 decoded with Intel VAAPI on Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge and V4L2VDA on Exynos. Written out by video_decode_accelerator_unittest. These differ between implementations because color space-converted frames are not specified to the last bit and GLES shader/texture filtering precision varies.

Misc Test Files

resolution_change_500frames

resolution_change_500frames-vp8.ivf

resolution_change_500frames-vp9.ivf

Dumped compressed stream of videos on http://crosvideo.appspot.com manually changing resolutions at random. Those contain 144p, 240p, 360p, 480p, 720p, and 1080p frames. Those frame sizes can be found by

ffprobe -show_frames resolution_change_500frames.vp8

switch_1080p_720p_240frames

switch_1080p_720p_240frames.h264

Extract 240 frames using ffmpeg from http://commondatastorage.googleapis.com/chromiumos-test-assets-public/MSE/switch_1080p_720p.mp4.

The frame sizes change between 1080p and 720p every 24 frames.

VEA test files:

bear_320x192_40frames.yuv.webm

First 40 raw i420 frames of bear-1280x720.mp4 scaled down to 320x192 for video_encode_accelerator_unittest. Encoded with vp9 lossless: ffmpeg -pix_fmt yuv420p -s:v 320x192 -r 30 -i bear_320x192_40frames.yuv -lossless 1 bear_320x192_40frames.yuv.webm

bear_640x384_40frames.yuv.webm

First 40 raw i420 frames of bear-1280x720.mp4 scaled down to 340x384 for video_encode_accelerator_unittest. Encoded with vp9 lossless: ffmpeg -pix_fmt yuv420p -s:v 640x384 -r 30 -i bear_640x384_40frames.yuv -lossless 1 bear_640x384_40frames.yuv.webm

ImageProcessor Test Files

bear_320x192.i420.yuv

First frame of bear_320x192_40frames.yuv for image_processor_test.

bear_320x192.i420.yuv.json

Metadata describing bear_320x192.i420.yuv.

bear_320x192.nv12.yuv

First frame of bear_320x192_40frames.nv12.yuv for image_processor_test.

bear_320x192.nv12.yuv.json

Metadata describing bear_320x192.nv12.yuv.

bear_320x192.yv12.yuv

First frame of bear_320x192_40frames.yv12.yuv for image_processor_test.

bear_320x192.rgba

RAW RGBA format data. This data is created from bear_320x192.i420.yuv by the following command. Alpha channel is always 0xFF because of that. ffmpeg -s 320x192 -pix_fmt yuv420p -i bear_320x192.i420.yuv -vcodec rawvideo -f image2 -pix_fmt rgba bear_320x192.rgba

bear_320x192.bgra

RAW BGRA format data. This data is created from bear_320x192.i420.yuv by the following command. Alpha channel is always 0xFF because of that. ffmpeg -s 320x192 -pix_fmt yuv420p -i bear_320x192.i420.yuv -vcodec rawvideo -f image2 -pix_fmt rgba bear_320x192.bgra

VP9 parser test files:

bear-vp9.ivf

Created using “avconv -i bear-vp9.webm -vcodec copy -an -f ivf bear-vp9.ivf”.

bear-vp9.ivf.context

test-25fps.vp9.context

Manually dumped from libvpx with bear-vp9.ivf and test-25fps.vp9. See vp9_parser_unittest.cc for description of their format.

WebM files for testing multiple tracks.

green-a300hz.webm

WebM file containing 12 seconds of solid green video + 300Hz sine wave audio

red-a500hz.webm

WebM file containing 10 seconds of solid red video + 500Hz sine wave audio

Created with the following commands:

ffmpeg -f lavfi -i color=c=green:size=160x120 -t 12 -c:v libvpx green.webm
ffmpeg -f lavfi -i color=c=red:size=320x240 -t 10 -c:v libvpx red.webm
ffmpeg -f lavfi -i "sine=frequency=300:sample_rate=48000" -t 12 -c:v libvpx a300hz.webm
ffmpeg -f lavfi -i "sine=frequency=500:sample_rate=48000" -t 10 -c:v libvpx a500hz.webm
ffmpeg -i green.webm -i a300hz.webm -map 0 -map 1 green-a300hz.webm
ffmpeg -i red.webm -i a500hz.webm -map 0 -map 1 red-a500hz.webm

WebP Test Files

BlackAndWhite_criss-cross_pattern_2015x2015.webp

A lossy WebP encoded image of 2015x2015. Created by gildekel@ using Gimp.

bouncy_ball.webp

An animated (extended) WebP encoded image of 450x450. Created by gildekel@ using Gimp.

red_green_gradient_lossy.webp

A lossy WebP encoded image of 3000x3000. Created by gildekel@ using Gimp.

RGB_noise_2015x2015.webp

A lossy WebP encoded image of 2015x2015 that contains RGB noise. Created by gildekel@ using Gimp.

RGB_noise_large_pixels_115x115.webp

A lossy WebP encoded image of 115x115 that contains large pixels RGB noise. Created by gildekel@ using Gimp.

RGB_noise_large_pixels_2015x2015.webp

A lossy WebP encoded image of 2015x2015 that contains large pixels RGB noise. Created by gildekel@ using Gimp.

RGB_noise_large_pixels_4000x4000.webp

A lossy WebP encoded image of 4000x4000 that contains large pixels RGB noise. Created by gildekel@ using Gimp.

solid_green_2015x2015.webp

A lossy WebP encoded image of 2015x2015 of solid bright green. Created by gildekel@ using Gimp.

yellow_pink_gradient_lossless.webp

A lossless WebP encoded image of 3000x3000. Created by gildekel@ using Gimp.

JPEG Test Files

pixel-1280x720.jpg

Single MJPEG encoded frame of 1280x720, captured on Chromebook Pixel. This image does not have Huffman table.

pixel-1280x720-trailing-zeros.jpg

A version of pixel-1280x720.jpg with five trailing zero bytes after the EOI marker. The command used to generated it was:

echo -e "`xxd -g1 -p -c1 pixel-1280x720.jpg`" "\n00\n00\n00\n00\n00" | xxd -r -g1 -p -c1 > pixel-1280x720-trailing-zeros.jpg

pixel-1280x720-grayscale.jpg

A version of pixel-1280x720.jpg converted to grayscale using:

jpegtran -grayscale pixel-1280x720.jpg > pixel-1280x720-grayscale.jpg

Then, using a hex editor, the Huffman table sections were removed from the resulting file.

pixel-1280x720-yuv420.jpg

A version of pixel-1280x720.jpg converted to 4:2:0 subsampling using:

convert pixel-1280x720.jpg -sampling-factor 4:2:0 -define jpeg:optimize-coding=false pixel-1280x720-yuv420.jpg

Then, using a hex editor, the Huffman table sections were removed from the resulting file.

pixel-40x23-yuv420.jpg

A version of pixel-1280x720-yuv420.jpg resized to 40x23 (so that the height is odd) using:

convert pixel-1280x720-yuv420.jpg -resize 40x23\! -define jpeg:optimize-coding=false pixel-40x23-yuv420.jpg

Then, using a hex editor, the Huffman table sections were removed from the resulting file.

pixel-41x22-yuv420.jpg

A version of pixel-1280x720-yuv420.jpg resized to 41x22 (so that the width is odd) using:

convert pixel-1280x720-yuv420.jpg -resize 41x22\! -define jpeg:optimize-coding=false pixel-41x22-yuv420.jpg

Then, using a hex editor, the Huffman table sections were removed from the resulting file.

pixel-41x23-yuv420.jpg

A version of pixel-1280x720-yuv420.jpg resized to 41x23 (so that both dimensions are odd) using:

convert pixel-1280x720-yuv420.jpg -resize 41x23\! -define jpeg:optimize-coding=false pixel-41x23-yuv420.jpg

Then, using a hex editor, the Huffman table sections were removed from the resulting file.

pixel-1280x720-yuv444.jpg

A version of pixel-1280x720.jpg converted to 4:4:4 subsampling using:

convert pixel-1280x720.jpg -sampling-factor 4:4:4 -define jpeg:optimize-coding=false pixel-1280x720-yuv444.jpg

Then, using a hex editor, the Huffman table sections were removed from the resulting file.

peach_pi-1280x720.jpg

Single MJPEG encoded frame of 1280x720, captured on Samsung Chromebook 2(13"). This image has Huffman table.

blank-1x1.jpg

1x1 small picture to test special cases.

MP4 files with non-square pixels.

bear-640x360-non_square_pixel-with_pasp.mp4

Size in TKHD is (639.2x360) and size in STSD is (470x360). A PASP box is present with hSpacing=34 and vSpacing=25. Note that 470.0 * 34 / 25 = 639.2.

bear-640x360-non_square_pixel-without_pasp.mp4

Size in TKHD is (639.2x360) and size in STSD is (470x360). No PASP box is present.

MP4 files with AC3 and EAC3 audio

bear-ac3-only-frag.mp4

AC3 audio in framented MP4, generated with

ffmpeg -i bear.ac3 -acodec copy -movflags frag_keyframe bear-ac3-only-frag.mp4

bear-eac3-only-frag.mp4

EAC3 audio in framented MP4, generated with

ffmpeg -i bear.eac3 -acodec copy -movflags frag_keyframe bear-eac3-only-frag.mp4

Mpeg2ts stream with AAC HE audio that uses SBR

bear-1280x720-aac_he.ts

Generated by the following command:

ffmpeg -i bear-1280x720.mp4 -c:v libx264 -c:a libfdk_aac -profile:a aac_he  bear-1280x720-aac_he.ts

Mpeg2ts streams MP3 audio

bear-audio-mp4a.6B.ts

Generated by the following commands:

ffmpeg -i bear_pcm.wav -c:a mp3 -ar 44100 bear-audio-mp4a.6B.ts

bear-audio-mp4a.69.ts

Generated by the following commands:

ffmpeg -i bear_pcm.wav -c:a mp3 -ar 22050 bear-audio-mp4a.69.ts

MP4 file with HEVC

bear-320x240-v_frag-hevc.mp4

HEVC video stream in fragmented MP4 container, generated with

ffmpeg -i bear-320x240.webm -c:v libx265 -an -movflags faststart+frag_keyframe bear-320x240-v_frag-hevc.mp4

bear-320x240-v-2frames_frag-hevc.mp4

HEVC video stream in fragmented MP4 container, including the first 2 frames, generated with

ffmpeg -i bear-320x240.webm -c:v libx265 -an -movflags frag_keyframe+empty_moov+default_base_moof \
    -vframes 2  bear-320x240-v-2frames_frag-hevc.mp4

bear-320x240-v-2frames-keyframe-is-non-sync-sample_frag-hevc.mp4

This is bear-320x240-v-2frames_frag-hevc.mp4, with manually updated trun.first_sample_flags: s/0x02000000/0x01010000 (first frame is non-sync-sample, depends on another frame, mismatches compressed h265 first frame's keyframe-ness).

bear-320x240-v-2frames-nonkeyframe-is-sync-sample_frag-hevc.mp4

This is bear-320x240-v-2frames_frag-hevc.mp4, with manually updated tfhd.default_sample_flags: s/0x01010000/0x02000000 (second frame is sync-sample, doesn‘t depend on other frames, mismatches compressed h265 second frame’s nonkeyframe-ness).

Multi-track MP4 file

(c) copyright 2008, Blender Foundation / www.bigbuckbunny.org

bbb-320x240-2video-2audio.mp4

Generated using following steps:

  1. Download the source file with 1 video and 1 audio stream.
    wget http://distribution.bbb3d.renderfarming.net/video/mp4/bbb_sunflower_1080p_30fps_normal.mp4
    
  2. Generate a scaled down to 320x240 video + 2 channel AAC LC audio from the source file.
    ffmpeg -i bbb_sunflower_1080p_30fps_normal.mp4 -c:v libx264 -crf 36 -vf  scale=320:240 -c:a libfdk_aac -ac 2 -t 24 bbb1.mp4
    
  3. Generate a file with the original video scaled down to 320x240 and flipped upside down and sine wave instead of audio.
    ffmpeg -i bbb_sunflower_1080p_30fps_normal.mp4 -f lavfi -i "sine=frequency=500:sample_rate=48000" -map 0:v -map 1:a -c:v libx264 -crf 36 -vf scale=320:240,vflip -c:a libfdk_aac -ac 2 -t 24 bbb2.mp4
    
  4. Combine the two files generated above into a single fragmented .mp4 file with 2 video and 2 audio tracks.
    ffmpeg -i bbb1.mp4 -i bbb2.mp4 -map 0:0 -map 0:1 -map 1:0 -map 1:1 -c:v copy -c:a copy -movflags frag_keyframe+omit_tfhd_offset+separate_moof bbb-320x240-2video-2audio.mp4
    

Multi-track WebM file

multitrack-3video-2audio.webm

Generated using following commands:

ffmpeg -f lavfi -i color=c=red:size=320x240 -t 5 -c:v libvpx red.webm
ffmpeg -f lavfi -i color=c=green:size=320x240 -t 5 -c:v libvpx green.webm
ffmpeg -f lavfi -i color=c=blue:size=160x120 -t 10 -c:v libvpx blue.webm
ffmpeg -f lavfi -i "sine=frequency=300:sample_rate=48000" -t 10 -c:v libvpx a300hz.webm
ffmpeg -f lavfi -i "sine=frequency=500:sample_rate=48000" -t 5 -c:v libvpx a500hz.webm
ffmpeg -i red.webm -i green.webm -i blue.webm -i a300hz.webm -i a500hz.webm -map 0 -map 1 -map 2 -map 3 -map 4  multitrack-3video-2audio.webm

Opus pre-skip and end-trimming test clips

https://people.xiph.org/~greg/opus_testvectors/

  • opus-trimming-test.mp4
  • opus-trimming-test.ogg
  • opus-trimming-test.webm