QA:Testcase firefox media

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Description

This test case tests Package-x-generic-16.pngfirefox media handling.

Setup

  1. Ensure the Package-x-generic-16.pngfirefox package is installed
  2. Ensure that no Flash plugin for Firefox is installed, or that any installed plugin is disabled

How to test

  1. Run Firefox - you can use the menu system or the run dialog or a console
  2. Visit the HTML5 WebM test page
  3. Browse to a page with a WebM-format video using the HTML 5 <video> tag, such as this one, and attempt to play the video
  4. Browse to a page with a Theora format streamable video, such as any of the 'OGG' labelled files here, and attempt to play the video
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Check for fallbacks
Many sites will use H.264 if it is available, and Flash if it is available and <video> tag usage fails, so check to make sure it's not using Flash or H.264: copying the video's location should let you know)

Expected Results

  1. The WebM test page should report that the browser is capable of HTML 5 WebM playback in Fedora 15 and later (this will not work in Fedora 14 and earlier)
  2. Firefox should correctly play videos in Theora and WebM formats, including using the HTML 5 <video> tag in Fedora 15 and later (this will not work in Fedora 14 and earlier)
  3. Audio should play with the video if it is in Ogg Vorbis format (as it should be in most Theora and all WebM videos)