QA:Testcase KDE4 KMix

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|description=This tests the new feature of kmix: ability to control audio streams in addition to controlling volumes of only devices.
 
|description=This tests the new feature of kmix: ability to control audio streams in addition to controlling volumes of only devices.
|setup=You will need some recording HW (a microphone) in order to test the Capture Streams handling.
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|setup=You will need some recording HW (a microphone) in order to test the Capture Streams handling. Also you will need to install some audio recorder - since the removal of KRecord, the best one may be i.e. Audacity.
 
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# Play
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# Playback Streams
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## First, open KMix - you can do that via the volume tray icon. Now, start playing two different streams - you can for example play an online video in Konqueror while starting your favorite song with Amarok
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## Reduce the volume of one of the streams to a half
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## Now start reducing the overall volume through left-clicking on the kmix tray icon.
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## Stop both sources of playback
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# Capture Streams
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## Open the recording application and start a recording.
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## Speak to the microphone, while slowly reducing the volume and raising it back again.
  
 
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#  
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# Playback Streams
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## You should hear both items playing in the same time and see both streams present in the Playback Streams tab in kmix.
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## You should now hear the second stream better as the first one's volume gets reduced.
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## As you reduce the overall volume you can see that the specific streams get reduced too - relatively to their previous setting.
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## Streams should both disappear from the 'Playback Streams' tab.
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# Capture Streams
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## The Capture stream will appear in the Capture Streams tab at the moment of recording start.
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## Play back your recording - you should hear a volume decrease and increase.
 
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Latest revision as of 17:14, 14 November 2012

Contents

Description

This tests the new feature of kmix: ability to control audio streams in addition to controlling volumes of only devices.

Setup

You will need some recording HW (a microphone) in order to test the Capture Streams handling. Also you will need to install some audio recorder - since the removal of KRecord, the best one may be i.e. Audacity.

How to test

  1. Playback Streams
    1. First, open KMix - you can do that via the volume tray icon. Now, start playing two different streams - you can for example play an online video in Konqueror while starting your favorite song with Amarok
    2. Reduce the volume of one of the streams to a half
    3. Now start reducing the overall volume through left-clicking on the kmix tray icon.
    4. Stop both sources of playback
  2. Capture Streams
    1. Open the recording application and start a recording.
    2. Speak to the microphone, while slowly reducing the volume and raising it back again.

Expected Results

  1. Playback Streams
    1. You should hear both items playing in the same time and see both streams present in the Playback Streams tab in kmix.
    2. You should now hear the second stream better as the first one's volume gets reduced.
    3. As you reduce the overall volume you can see that the specific streams get reduced too - relatively to their previous setting.
    4. Streams should both disappear from the 'Playback Streams' tab.
  2. Capture Streams
    1. The Capture stream will appear in the Capture Streams tab at the moment of recording start.
    2. Play back your recording - you should hear a volume decrease and increase.