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Review of test cases

From: Thomas Steiner <tomac@google.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2011 11:55:42 +0200
Message-ID: <CALgRrLnhs3o30fE6acYpAnhthg8WT5M0b+dnibZc2txGjPevLQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: Media Fragment <public-media-fragment@w3.org>
Hi all,

Please find the review of the test cases TC0006, TC0009, TC0011,
TC0012, TC0014, TC0015, TC0017, TC0018, TC0019, TC0020, TC0021,
TC0022, TC0023, TC0024, TC0025, TC0026 in this email:

* TC0006
Valid test case. The interval end is greater than the video length, so
the video is played to the end.

* TC0009
Valid test case. The interval start is greater than the video length,
so the video is sought to the end.

* TC0011
Valid test case. Only an interval start is given, the video is played
back from the interval start to the end.

* TC0012
Invalid test case. The specified interval is invalid (trailing comma).

* TC0014
Valid test case. Only the interval start is given, and the start is
greater than the video length. The video is sought to the end.

* TC0015
Valid test case. Only the interval end is given, the video is played
back to the interval end.

TC0017
Valid test case. Only the interval end is given, the interval end is
greater than the video length, so the whole video is played back.

TC0018
Valid test case. The video is played back from the interval start to
the interval end.

TC0019
Valid test case. The description misses the 15ms part though (copy &
paste error from TC0018?)

TC0020
Valid test case. The video is played back from the interval start to
the interval end.

TC0021
Valid test case. The video rate is not 25, so the media fragment is ignored.

TC0022
Valid test case. The video is played back from the interval start to
the interval end.

TC0023
Valid test case. The video is played back from the interval start to
the interval end.

TC0024
Valid test case. The video is played back from the interval start to
the interval end.

TC0025
(Probably) invalid test case. The media fragment is spun up on a
static video resource, not a live stream. Given the unknown creation
time of the video resource, the "3s in the video" makes no sense in my
opinion, unless I have misunderstood the definition.

TC0026
(Probably) invalid test case. The media fragment is spun up on a
static video resource, not a live stream. Given the unknown creation
time of the video resource, the "3s in the video" makes no sense in my
opinion, unless I have misunderstood the definition.

Cheers,
Tom

-- 
Thomas Steiner, Research Scientist, Google Inc.
http://blog.tomayac.com, http://twitter.com/tomayac
Received on Monday, 11 July 2011 09:56:28 GMT

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