Commit 533470c9 authored by Jim Bankoski's avatar Jim Bankoski

add unit test for datarate control

Adds some basic datarate control tests..

Change-Id: I6eff18aa58ef7cfd14886c6b1e048247cd1ad247
parent 65d73881
/*
* Copyright (c) 2012 The WebM project authors. All Rights Reserved.
*
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license
* that can be found in the LICENSE file in the root of the source
* tree. An additional intellectual property rights grant can be found
* in the file PATENTS. All contributing project authors may
* be found in the AUTHORS file in the root of the source tree.
*/
#include "test/encode_test_driver.h"
#include "test/i420_video_source.h"
#include "third_party/googletest/src/include/gtest/gtest.h"
namespace {
class DatarateTest : public ::libvpx_test::EncoderTest,
public ::testing::TestWithParam<enum libvpx_test::TestMode> {
protected:
virtual void SetUp() {
InitializeConfig();
SetMode(GetParam());
ResetModel();
}
virtual void ResetModel() {
last_pts_ = 0;
bits_in_buffer_model_ = cfg_.rc_target_bitrate * cfg_.rc_buf_initial_sz;
frame_number_ = 0;
first_drop_ = 0;
bits_total_ = 0;
duration_ = 0.0;
}
virtual bool Continue() const {
return !HasFatalFailure() && !abort_;
}
virtual void PreEncodeFrameHook(::libvpx_test::VideoSource *video,
::libvpx_test::Encoder *encoder) {
const vpx_rational_t tb = video->timebase();
timebase_ = static_cast<double>(tb.num) / tb.den;
duration_ = 0;
}
virtual void FramePktHook(const vpx_codec_cx_pkt_t *pkt) {
// Time since last timestamp = duration.
vpx_codec_pts_t duration = pkt->data.frame.pts - last_pts_;
// TODO(jimbankoski): Remove these lines when the issue:
// http://code.google.com/p/webm/issues/detail?id=496 is fixed.
// For now the codec assumes buffer starts at starting buffer rate
// plus one frame's time.
if (last_pts_ == 0)
duration = 1;
// Add to the buffer the bits we'd expect from a constant bitrate server.
bits_in_buffer_model_ += duration * timebase_ * cfg_.rc_target_bitrate
* 1000;
/* Test the buffer model here before subtracting the frame. Do so because
* the way the leaky bucket model works in libvpx is to allow the buffer to
* empty - and then stop showing frames until we've got enough bits to
* show one. */
ASSERT_GE(bits_in_buffer_model_, 0) << "Buffer Underrun at frame "
<< pkt->data.frame.pts;
const int frame_size_in_bits = pkt->data.frame.sz * 8;
// Subtract from the buffer the bits associated with a played back frame.
bits_in_buffer_model_ -= frame_size_in_bits;
// Update the running total of bits for end of test datarate checks.
bits_total_ += frame_size_in_bits ;
// If first drop not set and we have a drop set it to this time.
if (!first_drop_ && duration > 1)
first_drop_ = last_pts_ + 1;
// Update the most recent pts.
last_pts_ = pkt->data.frame.pts;
// We update this so that we can calculate the datarate minus the last
// frame encoded in the file.
bits_in_last_frame_ = frame_size_in_bits;
++frame_number_;
}
virtual void EndPassHook(void) {
if (bits_total_) {
const double file_size_in_kb = bits_total_ / 1000; /* bits per kilobit */
duration_ = (last_pts_ + 1) * timebase_;
// Effective file datarate includes the time spent prebuffering.
effective_datarate_ = (bits_total_ - bits_in_last_frame_) / 1000.0
/ (cfg_.rc_buf_initial_sz / 1000.0 + duration_);
file_datarate_ = file_size_in_kb / duration_;
}
}
vpx_codec_pts_t last_pts_;
int bits_in_buffer_model_;
double timebase_;
int frame_number_;
vpx_codec_pts_t first_drop_;
int64_t bits_total_;
double duration_;
double file_datarate_;
double effective_datarate_;
int bits_in_last_frame_;
};
TEST_P(DatarateTest, BasicBufferModel) {
cfg_.rc_buf_initial_sz = 500;
cfg_.rc_dropframe_thresh = 1;
cfg_.rc_max_quantizer = 56;
cfg_.rc_end_usage = VPX_CBR;
// 2 pass cbr datarate control has a bug hidden by the small # of
// frames selected in this encode. The problem is that even if the buffer is
// negative we produce a keyframe on a cutscene. Ignoring datarate
// constraints
// TODO(jimbankoski): ( Fix when issue
// http://code.google.com/p/webm/issues/detail?id=495 is addressed. )
::libvpx_test::I420VideoSource video("hantro_collage_w352h288.yuv", 352, 288,
30, 1, 0, 140);
for (int i = 70; i < 700; i += 200) {
cfg_.rc_target_bitrate = i;
ResetModel();
ASSERT_NO_FATAL_FAILURE(RunLoop(&video));
ASSERT_GE(cfg_.rc_target_bitrate, effective_datarate_)
<< " The datarate for the file exceeds the target!";
ASSERT_LE(cfg_.rc_target_bitrate, file_datarate_ * 1.3)
<< " The datarate for the file missed the target!";
}
}
TEST_P(DatarateTest, ChangingDropFrameThresh) {
cfg_.rc_buf_initial_sz = 500;
cfg_.rc_max_quantizer = 36;
cfg_.rc_end_usage = VPX_CBR;
cfg_.rc_target_bitrate = 200;
cfg_.kf_mode = VPX_KF_DISABLED;
const int frame_count = 40;
::libvpx_test::I420VideoSource video("hantro_collage_w352h288.yuv", 352, 288,
30, 1, 0, frame_count);
// Here we check that the first dropped frame gets earlier and earlier
// as the drop frame threshold is increased.
const int kDropFrameThreshTestStep = 30;
vpx_codec_pts_t last_drop = frame_count;
for (int i = 1; i < 91; i += kDropFrameThreshTestStep) {
cfg_.rc_dropframe_thresh = i;
ResetModel();
ASSERT_NO_FATAL_FAILURE(RunLoop(&video));
ASSERT_LE(first_drop_, last_drop)
<< " The first dropped frame for drop_thresh " << i
<< " > first dropped frame for drop_thresh "
<< i - kDropFrameThreshTestStep;
last_drop = first_drop_;
}
}
INSTANTIATE_TEST_CASE_P(AllModes, DatarateTest, ALL_TEST_MODES);
} // namespace
......@@ -12,6 +12,7 @@ LIBVPX_TEST_SRCS-yes += video_source.h
LIBVPX_TEST_SRCS-$(CONFIG_VP8_ENCODER) += altref_test.cc
LIBVPX_TEST_SRCS-$(CONFIG_VP8_ENCODER) += config_test.cc
LIBVPX_TEST_SRCS-$(CONFIG_VP8_ENCODER) += cq_test.cc
LIBVPX_TEST_SRCS-$(CONFIG_VP8_ENCODER) += datarate_test.cc
LIBVPX_TEST_SRCS-$(CONFIG_VP8_ENCODER) += encode_test_driver.cc
LIBVPX_TEST_SRCS-$(CONFIG_VP8_ENCODER) += encode_test_driver.h
LIBVPX_TEST_SRCS-$(CONFIG_VP8_ENCODER) += error_resilience_test.cc
......
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