Video Frames Test Cases
Frame rate is the speed at which those images are shown, or how fast you “flip” through the book and it’s usually expressed as “frames per second,” or FPS. Each image represents a frame, so if a video is captured and played back at 24fps, that means each second of the video shows 24 distinct still images.
|Test Scenario Overview|
|Post On:||Test Case For Video Frames|
|Post Type:||Test Case Template|
|Applicable For:||Freshers & Experience|
As a QA Engineer, what would be your best approach (test cases) for testing video frames on your website?
- Test on all needed browsers
- Test on all screen resolutions – does it scale
- Test video resolutions – with some of them might be looking bad
- Test if it is accessible by various locations depending on the service you use
- Test how it works as far as open in a new tab or current, depending on needs.
- Manually review settings of the video in the HTML source to see it matches your expectations.
|Tasks To Improve Your Knowledge|
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|☑️ Selenium video length||☑️ Video call testing tools|
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