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// Copyright 2018 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <limits>
#include "base/callback_helpers.h"
#include "base/command_line.h"
#include "base/files/file_util.h"
#include "base/numerics/safe_conversions.h"
#include "base/strings/string_number_conversions.h"
#include "build/build_config.h"
#include "media/base/decoder_buffer.h"
#include "media/base/encryption_scheme.h"
#include "media/base/media_switches.h"
#include "media/base/media_util.h"
#include "media/base/test_data_util.h"
#include "media/base/video_decoder_config.h"
#include "media/base/video_transformation.h"
#include "media/gpu/test/video.h"
#include "media/gpu/test/video_frame_file_writer.h"
#include "media/gpu/test/video_frame_validator.h"
#include "media/gpu/test/video_player/frame_renderer_dummy.h"
#include "media/gpu/test/video_player/frame_renderer_thumbnail.h"
#include "media/gpu/test/video_player/video_decoder_client.h"
#include "media/gpu/test/video_player/video_player.h"
#include "media/gpu/test/video_player/video_player_test_environment.h"
#include "media/gpu/test/video_test_helpers.h"
#include "media/media_buildflags.h"
#include "testing/gtest/include/gtest/gtest.h"
#if BUILDFLAG(ENABLE_DAV1D_DECODER)
#include "media/filters/dav1d_video_decoder.h"
#elif BUILDFLAG(ENABLE_LIBGAV1_DECODER)
#include "media/filters/gav1_video_decoder.h"
#endif
namespace media {
namespace test {
namespace {
// Video decoder tests usage message. Make sure to also update the documentation
// under docs/media/gpu/video_decoder_test_usage.md when making changes here.
constexpr const char* usage_msg =
"usage: video_decode_accelerator_tests\n"
" [-v=<level>] [--vmodule=<config>]\n"
" [--validator_type=(none|md5|ssim)]\n"
" [--output_frames=(all|corrupt)] [--output_format=(png|yuv)]\n"
" [--output_limit=<number>] [--output_folder=<folder>]\n"
" ([--use-legacy]|[--use_vd]|[--use_vd_vda]) [--gtest_help]\n"
" [--help] [<video path>] [<video metadata path>]\n";
// Video decoder tests help message.
constexpr const char* help_msg =
"Run the video decode accelerator tests on the video specified by\n"
"<video path>. If no <video path> is given the default\n"
"\"test-25fps.h264\" video will be used.\n"
"\nThe <video metadata path> should specify the location of a json file\n"
"containing the video's metadata, such as frame checksums. By default\n"
"<video path>.json will be used.\n"
"\nThe following arguments are supported:\n"
" -v enable verbose mode, e.g. -v=2.\n"
" --vmodule enable verbose mode for the specified module,\n"
" e.g. --vmodule=*media/gpu*=2.\n\n"
" --validator_type validate decoded frames, possible values are \n"
" md5 (default, compare against md5hash of expected\n"
" frames), ssim (compute SSIM against expected\n"
" frames, currently allowed for AV1 streams only)\n"
" and none (disable frame validation).\n"
" --use-legacy use the legacy VDA-based video decoders.\n"
" --use_vd use the new VD-based video decoders.\n"
" (enabled by default)\n"
" --use_vd_vda use the new VD-based video decoders with a\n"
" wrapper that translates to the VDA interface,\n"
" used to test interaction with older components\n"
" --output_frames write the selected video frames to disk, possible\n"
" values are \"all|corrupt\".\n"
" --output_format set the format of frames saved to disk, supported\n"
" formats are \"png\" (default) and \"yuv\".\n"
" --output_limit limit the number of frames saved to disk.\n"
" --output_folder set the folder used to store frames, defaults to\n"
" \"<testname>\".\n\n"
" --gtest_help display the gtest help and exit.\n"
" --help display this help and exit.\n";
media::test::VideoPlayerTestEnvironment* g_env;
// Video decode test class. Performs setup and teardown for each single test.
class VideoDecoderTest : public ::testing::Test {
public:
std::unique_ptr<VideoPlayer> CreateVideoPlayer(
const Video* video,
VideoDecoderClientConfig config = VideoDecoderClientConfig(),
std::unique_ptr<FrameRenderer> frame_renderer =
FrameRendererDummy::Create()) {
LOG_ASSERT(video);
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<VideoFrameProcessor>> frame_processors;
base::FilePath output_folder = base::FilePath(g_env->OutputFolder())
.Append(g_env->GetTestOutputFilePath());
// Write all video frames to the '<testname>' folder if the frame output
// mode is 'all'.
if (g_env->GetFrameOutputMode() == FrameOutputMode::kAll) {
frame_processors.push_back(VideoFrameFileWriter::Create(
output_folder, g_env->GetFrameOutputFormat(),
g_env->GetFrameOutputLimit()));
VLOG(0) << "Writing video frames to: " << output_folder;
}
// Use the video frame validator to validate decoded video frames if
// enabled. If the frame output mode is 'corrupt', a frame writer will be
// attached to forward corrupted frames to.
if (g_env->IsValidatorEnabled()) {
std::unique_ptr<VideoFrameFileWriter> frame_writer;
if (g_env->GetFrameOutputMode() == FrameOutputMode::kCorrupt) {
frame_writer = VideoFrameFileWriter::Create(
output_folder, g_env->GetFrameOutputFormat(),
g_env->GetFrameOutputLimit());
}
if (g_env->Video()->BitDepth() != 8u &&
g_env->Video()->BitDepth() != 10u) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Unsupported bit depth: "
<< base::strict_cast<int>(g_env->Video()->BitDepth());
ADD_FAILURE();
}
const VideoPixelFormat validation_format =
g_env->Video()->BitDepth() == 10 ? PIXEL_FORMAT_YUV420P10
: PIXEL_FORMAT_I420;
if (g_env->GetValidatorType() ==
VideoPlayerTestEnvironment::ValidatorType::kMD5) {
frame_processors.push_back(media::test::MD5VideoFrameValidator::Create(
video->FrameChecksums(), validation_format,
std::move(frame_writer)));
} else {
DCHECK_EQ(g_env->GetValidatorType(),
VideoPlayerTestEnvironment::ValidatorType::kSSIM);
if (!CreateModelFrames(g_env->Video())) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Failed creating model frames";
ADD_FAILURE();
}
constexpr double kSSIMTolerance = 0.915;
frame_processors.push_back(media::test::SSIMVideoFrameValidator::Create(
base::BindRepeating(&VideoDecoderTest::GetModelFrame,
base::Unretained(this)),
std::move(frame_writer),
VideoFrameValidator::ValidationMode::kThreshold, kSSIMTolerance));
}
}
base::CommandLine& command_line = *base::CommandLine::ForCurrentProcess();
command_line.AppendSwitchASCII(
switches::kHardwareVideoDecodeFrameRate,
base::NumberToString(g_env->Video()->FrameRate()));
config.implementation = g_env->GetDecoderImplementation();
auto video_player = VideoPlayer::Create(
config, g_env->GetGpuMemoryBufferFactory(), std::move(frame_renderer),
std::move(frame_processors));
LOG_ASSERT(video_player);
LOG_ASSERT(video_player->Initialize(video));
// Increase event timeout when outputting video frames.
if (g_env->GetFrameOutputMode() != FrameOutputMode::kNone) {
video_player->SetEventWaitTimeout(std::max(
kDefaultEventWaitTimeout, g_env->Video()->GetDuration() * 10));
}
return video_player;
}
private:
// TODO(hiroh): Move this to Video class or video_frame_helpers.h.
// TODO(hiroh): Create model frames once during the test.
bool CreateModelFrames(const Video* video) {
if (video->Codec() != VideoCodec::kAV1) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Frame validation by SSIM is allowed for AV1 streams only";
return false;
}
#if BUILDFLAG(ENABLE_DAV1D_DECODER)
Dav1dVideoDecoder decoder(
#elif BUILDFLAG(ENABLE_LIBGAV1_DECODER)
Gav1VideoDecoder decoder(
#endif
/*media_log=*/nullptr,
OffloadableVideoDecoder::OffloadState::kOffloaded);
VideoDecoderConfig decoder_config(
video->Codec(), video->Profile(),
VideoDecoderConfig::AlphaMode::kIsOpaque, VideoColorSpace(),
kNoTransformation, video->Resolution(), video->VisibleRect(),
video->VisibleRect().size(), EmptyExtraData(),
EncryptionScheme::kUnencrypted);
bool init_success = false;
VideoDecoder::InitCB init_cb = base::BindOnce(
[](bool* init_success, media::Status result) {
*init_success = result.is_ok();
},
&init_success);
decoder.Initialize(decoder_config, /*low_delay=*/false,
/*cdm_context=*/nullptr, std::move(init_cb),
base::BindRepeating(&VideoDecoderTest::AddModelFrame,
base::Unretained(this)),
/*waiting_cb=*/base::NullCallback());
if (!init_success)
return false;
auto encoded_data_helper =
std::make_unique<EncodedDataHelper>(video->Data(), video->Codec());
DCHECK(encoded_data_helper);
while (!encoded_data_helper->ReachEndOfStream()) {
bool decode_success = false;
media::VideoDecoder::DecodeCB decode_cb = base::BindOnce(
[](bool* decode_success, media::Status status) {
*decode_success = status.is_ok();
},
&decode_success);
scoped_refptr<DecoderBuffer> bitstream_buffer =
encoded_data_helper->GetNextBuffer();
if (!bitstream_buffer) {
LOG(ERROR) << "Failed to get next video stream data";
return false;
}
decoder.Decode(std::move(bitstream_buffer), std::move(decode_cb));
if (!decode_success)
return false;
}
bool flush_success = false;
media::VideoDecoder::DecodeCB flush_cb = base::BindOnce(
[](bool* flush_success, media::Status status) {
*flush_success = status.is_ok();
},
&flush_success);
decoder.Decode(DecoderBuffer::CreateEOSBuffer(), std::move(flush_cb));
return flush_success && model_frames_.size() == video->NumFrames();
}
void AddModelFrame(scoped_refptr<VideoFrame> frame) {
model_frames_.push_back(std::move(frame));
}
scoped_refptr<const VideoFrame> GetModelFrame(size_t frame_index) {
CHECK_LT(frame_index, model_frames_.size());
return model_frames_[frame_index];
}
std::vector<scoped_refptr<VideoFrame>> model_frames_;
};
} // namespace
// Play video from start to end. Wait for the kFlushDone event at the end of the
// stream, that notifies us all frames have been decoded.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, FlushAtEndOfStream) {
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
// Flush the decoder immediately after initialization.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, FlushAfterInitialize) {
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
tvp->Flush();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount(), 2u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
// Reset the decoder immediately after initialization.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, ResetAfterInitialize) {
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
tvp->Reset();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForResetDone());
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetResetDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
// Reset the decoder when the middle of the stream is reached.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, ResetMidStream) {
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameDecoded(g_env->Video()->NumFrames() / 2));
tvp->Reset();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForResetDone());
size_t numFramesDecoded = tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount();
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetResetDoneCount(), 1u);
// In the case of a very short clip the decoder may be able
// to decode all the frames before a reset is sent.
// A flush occurs after the last frame, so in this situation
// there will be 2 flushes that occur.
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount() == 1u || tvp->GetFlushDoneCount() == 2u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(),
numFramesDecoded + g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
// Reset the decoder when the end of the stream is reached.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, ResetEndOfStream) {
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
tvp->Reset();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForResetDone());
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetResetDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount(), 2u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames() * 2);
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
// Reset the decoder immediately when the end-of-stream flush starts, without
// waiting for a kFlushDone event.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, ResetBeforeFlushDone) {
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
// Reset when a kFlushing event is received.
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
tvp->Reset();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForResetDone());
// Reset will cause the decoder to drop everything it's doing, including the
// ongoing flush operation. However the flush might have been completed
// already by the time reset is called. So depending on the timing of the
// calls we should see 0 or 1 flushes, and the last few video frames might
// have been dropped.
EXPECT_LE(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetResetDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_LE(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
// Reset the decoder immediately when encountering the first config info in a
// H.264/HEVC video stream. After resetting the video is played until the end.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, ResetAfterFirstConfigInfo) {
// This test is only relevant for H.264/HEVC video streams.
if (g_env->Video()->Codec() != media::VideoCodec::kH264 &&
g_env->Video()->Codec() != media::VideoCodec::kHEVC)
GTEST_SKIP();
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
tvp->PlayUntil(VideoPlayerEvent::kConfigInfo);
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForEvent(VideoPlayerEvent::kConfigInfo));
tvp->Reset();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForResetDone());
size_t numFramesDecoded = tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount();
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetResetDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(),
numFramesDecoded + g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_GE(tvp->GetEventCount(VideoPlayerEvent::kConfigInfo), 1u);
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, ResolutionChangeAbortedByReset) {
if (g_env->GetDecoderImplementation() != DecoderImplementation::kVDVDA)
GTEST_SKIP();
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
tvp->PlayUntil(VideoPlayerEvent::kNewBuffersRequested);
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForEvent(VideoPlayerEvent::kNewBuffersRequested));
// TODO(b/192523692): Add a new test case that continues passing input buffers
// between the resolution change has been aborted and resetting the decoder.
tvp->Reset();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForResetDone());
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetResetDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
// Play video from start to end. Multiple buffer decodes will be queued in the
// decoder, without waiting for the result of the previous decode requests.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, FlushAtEndOfStream_MultipleOutstandingDecodes) {
VideoDecoderClientConfig config;
config.max_outstanding_decode_requests = 4;
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video(), config);
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
// Play multiple videos simultaneously from start to finish.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, FlushAtEndOfStream_MultipleConcurrentDecodes) {
// The minimal number of concurrent decoders we expect to be supported.
constexpr size_t kMinSupportedConcurrentDecoders = 3;
std::vector<std::unique_ptr<VideoPlayer>> tvps(
kMinSupportedConcurrentDecoders);
for (size_t i = 0; i < kMinSupportedConcurrentDecoders; ++i)
tvps[i] = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
for (size_t i = 0; i < kMinSupportedConcurrentDecoders; ++i)
tvps[i]->Play();
for (size_t i = 0; i < kMinSupportedConcurrentDecoders; ++i) {
EXPECT_TRUE(tvps[i]->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvps[i]->GetFlushDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvps[i]->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_TRUE(tvps[i]->WaitForFrameProcessors());
}
}
// Test initializing the video decoder for the specified video. Initialization
// will be successful if the video decoder is capable of decoding the test
// video's configuration (e.g. codec and resolution). The test only verifies
// initialization and doesn't decode the video.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, Initialize) {
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetEventCount(VideoPlayerEvent::kInitialized), 1u);
}
// Test video decoder re-initialization. Re-initialization is only supported by
// the media::VideoDecoder interface, so the test will be skipped if --use_vd
// is not specified.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, Reinitialize) {
if (g_env->GetDecoderImplementation() != DecoderImplementation::kVD)
GTEST_SKIP();
// Create and initialize the video decoder.
auto tvp = CreateVideoPlayer(g_env->Video());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetEventCount(VideoPlayerEvent::kInitialized), 1u);
// Re-initialize the video decoder, without having played the video.
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->Initialize(g_env->Video()));
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetEventCount(VideoPlayerEvent::kInitialized), 2u);
// Play the video from start to end.
tvp->Play();
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFlushDone());
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFlushDoneCount(), 1u);
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetFrameDecodedCount(), g_env->Video()->NumFrames());
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->WaitForFrameProcessors());
// Try re-initializing the video decoder again.
EXPECT_TRUE(tvp->Initialize(g_env->Video()));
EXPECT_EQ(tvp->GetEventCount(VideoPlayerEvent::kInitialized), 3u);
}
// Create a video decoder and immediately destroy it without initializing. The
// video decoder will be automatically destroyed when the video player goes out
// of scope at the end of the test. The test will pass if no asserts or crashes
// are triggered upon destroying.
TEST_F(VideoDecoderTest, DestroyBeforeInitialize) {
VideoDecoderClientConfig config = VideoDecoderClientConfig();
config.implementation = g_env->GetDecoderImplementation();
auto tvp = VideoPlayer::Create(config, g_env->GetGpuMemoryBufferFactory(),
FrameRendererDummy::Create());
EXPECT_NE(tvp, nullptr);
}
} // namespace test
} // namespace media
int main(int argc, char** argv) {
// Set the default test data path.
media::test::Video::SetTestDataPath(media::GetTestDataPath());
// Print the help message if requested. This needs to be done before
// initializing gtest, to overwrite the default gtest help message.
base::CommandLine::Init(argc, argv);
base::CommandLine* cmd_line = base::CommandLine::ForCurrentProcess();
LOG_ASSERT(cmd_line);
if (cmd_line->HasSwitch("help")) {
std::cout << media::test::usage_msg << "\n" << media::test::help_msg;
return 0;
}
// Check if a video was specified on the command line.
base::CommandLine::StringVector args = cmd_line->GetArgs();
base::FilePath video_path =
(args.size() >= 1) ? base::FilePath(args[0]) : base::FilePath();
base::FilePath video_metadata_path =
(args.size() >= 2) ? base::FilePath(args[1]) : base::FilePath();
// Parse command line arguments.
auto validator_type =
media::test::VideoPlayerTestEnvironment::ValidatorType::kMD5;
media::test::FrameOutputConfig frame_output_config;
base::FilePath::StringType output_folder = base::FilePath::kCurrentDirectory;
bool use_legacy = false;
bool use_vd = false;
bool use_vd_vda = false;
media::test::DecoderImplementation implementation =
media::test::DecoderImplementation::kVD;
base::CommandLine::SwitchMap switches = cmd_line->GetSwitches();
for (base::CommandLine::SwitchMap::const_iterator it = switches.begin();
it != switches.end(); ++it) {
if (it->first.find("gtest_") == 0 || // Handled by GoogleTest
it->first == "v" || it->first == "vmodule") { // Handled by Chrome
continue;
}
if (it->first == "validator_type") {
if (it->second == "none") {
validator_type =
media::test::VideoPlayerTestEnvironment::ValidatorType::kNone;
} else if (it->second == "md5") {
validator_type =
media::test::VideoPlayerTestEnvironment::ValidatorType::kMD5;
} else if (it->second == "ssim") {
validator_type =
media::test::VideoPlayerTestEnvironment::ValidatorType::kSSIM;
} else {
std::cout << "unknown validator type \"" << it->second
<< "\", possible values are \"none|md5|ssim\"\n";
return EXIT_FAILURE;
}
} else if (it->first == "output_frames") {
if (it->second == "all") {
frame_output_config.output_mode = media::test::FrameOutputMode::kAll;
} else if (it->second == "corrupt") {
frame_output_config.output_mode =
media::test::FrameOutputMode::kCorrupt;
} else {
std::cout << "unknown frame output mode \"" << it->second
<< "\", possible values are \"all|corrupt\"\n";
return EXIT_FAILURE;
}
} else if (it->first == "output_format") {
if (it->second == "png") {
frame_output_config.output_format =
media::test::VideoFrameFileWriter::OutputFormat::kPNG;
} else if (it->second == "yuv") {
frame_output_config.output_format =
media::test::VideoFrameFileWriter::OutputFormat::kYUV;
} else {
std::cout << "unknown frame output format \"" << it->second
<< "\", possible values are \"png|yuv\"\n";
return EXIT_FAILURE;
}
} else if (it->first == "output_limit") {
if (!base::StringToUint64(it->second,
&frame_output_config.output_limit)) {
std::cout << "invalid number \"" << it->second << "\n";
return EXIT_FAILURE;
}
} else if (it->first == "output_folder") {
output_folder = it->second;
} else if (it->first == "use-legacy") {
use_legacy = true;
implementation = media::test::DecoderImplementation::kVDA;
} else if (it->first == "use_vd") {
use_vd = true;
implementation = media::test::DecoderImplementation::kVD;
} else if (it->first == "use_vd_vda") {
use_vd_vda = true;
implementation = media::test::DecoderImplementation::kVDVDA;
} else {
std::cout << "unknown option: --" << it->first << "\n"
<< media::test::usage_msg;
return EXIT_FAILURE;
}
}
if (use_legacy && use_vd) {
std::cout << "--use-legacy and --use_vd cannot be enabled together.\n"
<< media::test::usage_msg;
return EXIT_FAILURE;
}
if (use_legacy && use_vd_vda) {
std::cout << "--use-legacy and --use_vd_vda cannot be enabled together.\n"
<< media::test::usage_msg;
return EXIT_FAILURE;
}
if (use_vd && use_vd_vda) {
std::cout << "--use_vd and --use_vd_vda cannot be enabled together.\n"
<< media::test::usage_msg;
return EXIT_FAILURE;
}
testing::InitGoogleTest(&argc, argv);
// Add the command line flag for HEVC testing which will be checked by the
// video decoder to allow clear HEVC decoding.
cmd_line->AppendSwitch("enable-clear-hevc-for-testing");
#if defined(ARCH_CPU_ARM_FAMILY)
// On some platforms bandwidth compression is fully opaque and can not be
// read by the cpu. This prevents MD5 computation as that is done by the
// cpu.
cmd_line->AppendSwitch("disable-buffer-bw-compression");
#endif
// Set up our test environment.
media::test::VideoPlayerTestEnvironment* test_environment =
media::test::VideoPlayerTestEnvironment::Create(
video_path, video_metadata_path, validator_type, implementation,
base::FilePath(output_folder), frame_output_config);
if (!test_environment)
return EXIT_FAILURE;
media::test::g_env = static_cast<media::test::VideoPlayerTestEnvironment*>(
testing::AddGlobalTestEnvironment(test_environment));
return RUN_ALL_TESTS();
}