Details for testcase: Brasero



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ID1516
TitleBrasero
LinkNo link provided
Part of testsuitesBrasero
Ubuntu Audio/Video
Ubuntu Studio Audio - Run Once/Optional

RevisionWritten on the 2013-05-30 17:35 by nskaggs
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Test-case name: brasero/bra-001
This test will check that Audio project menu Works

Open "Brasero Disc Burner"
Can you open Brasero correctly?
Click "Audio project"
A "New Audio Disc Project" window is shown
Press the "Add" button (+)
A new window asking for files appears
Select at least 3 music files
The files are added to the project
All information about the files is displayed: Track, Title, Artist, Length
Remove any project's file selecting it and using the "Remove" button (-)
The file is removed
Select another file and press the "Delete" button
The file is removed
Click on "Remove all files of the project"
The project is empty
Add again new files, press the "Add" button (+)
A new window asking for files appears
Select at least 3 music files
The files are added to the project
Write a new name for the CD/DVD in bottom the text field. It originally has "Audio disc (date)"
Can you change the name successfully?
Select one file and click "Split the select track" (the razor icon)
A new window should appear called "Split Track"
Use the slide-bar to define the cutting and click "Slice"
Can you see the changes in the "Slices Preview" area?
Click on the play button
No sound is heard
Change the track's volume
The sound is heard
Select any element of the "Slices Preview" area and click "Remove"
The element selected disappears
Click "Remove All"
A window asking for confirmation is displayed
Select "Remove All"
The preview area is empty
Click the "Ok" button
The main "New Audio Disc Project" window is displayed
Select one file and click "Split the select track" (the razor icon)
A new window should appear called "Split Track"
Select the method called "Split track in parts with a fixed length"
A new widget appears in the "Split Track" window asking for number of seconds.
Write "10", or use the buttons "-" or "+", and click "Slice"
The selected file is split into N tracks, each one with a 10 min duration
Select two elements of the "Slices Preview" area and click on the "Merge" button
The elements selected become one of 20min duration
Click "Remove All"
The preview area is empty
Click on "Ok"
The main "New Audio Disc Project" window is displayed
Select one file and click "Split the select track" (the razor icon)
A new window should appear called "Split Track"
Select the method called "Split track in a fixed number of parts"
A new widget appears in the "Split Track" window asking for number of parts.
Write "3", or use the buttons "-" or "+", and click "Slice"
The selected file is split into 3 tracks
Click "Ok"
The main "New Audio Disc Project" window is displayed with the file split into 3 chuncks
Select one file and click "Split the select track" (the razor icon)
A new window should appear called "Split Track"
Select the method called "Split track for each silence"
Click "Slice" to split the file
If the track has no silences
A new window appears showing "The track wasn't split" "No silence could be detected"
If the track has silences
Changes are displayed in the "Slices Preview" area
Click "Remove All"
Is the area empty?
Click "Ok"
The main "New Audio Disc Project" window is displayed
Select one file, and click the pause icon which stand for "Add a 2 second pause after the track"
A new entry appears called "Pause" below the track selected, is this track 2 seconds length?
Right click on the new entry and select "Remove"
Once you have added files, select one of those and click on "Add a 2 second pause after the track"
A new entry must appear called "Pause" below our track selected, has this track 2seconds of Length?
Right click on the new entry and select "Remove"
The "Pause" entry disapears
Click the "Burn..." button Note: If you don't have a CD/DVD, you can create a .iso file and keep testing
If you don't have a CD/DVD burner
A new window must appears asking for a name for the iso file
Write a new name (brasero.iso is the name by default) and click "Create Image"
A new window appears indicating the creation process
Select "Close" once Brasero finishes
Is the main "Audio Disc Project" interface displayed?

Test-case name: brasero/bra-002
This test will check that Data project Works

Open Brasero Disc Burner
Can you open Brasero correctly?
Click "Data project"
A "New Data Disc Project" window is shown
Press the "Add" button (+)
A new window asking for files appears
Select at least 3 files
The files are added to the project
All information about the files is displayed: Title, Size, Description and Space
Click the "Create a new folder" icon and press Enter
A new folder called "New folder" is created
Click the New folder item, write "Folder" and press Enter
The item is renamed to "Folder"
Drag an element to the "Folder" directory
The file is added and the folder gets opened
Click the "Burn..." button Note: If you don't have a CD/DVD burner, you can create a .iso file and keep testing
If you don't have a CD/DVD writer
A new window must appears asking for a name for the iso file
Write a new name (brasero.iso is the name by default) and click "Create Image"
A new window appears indicating the creation process
Select "Close" once Brasero finishes
Is the main "Audio Disc Project" interface shown?

Test-case name: brasero/bra-003
This test will check that the Video project menu works

Open the Brasero Disc Burner
Click "Video project"
A "New Video Disc Project" window is shown
Press the "Add" button (+)
A new window asking for files appears
Select at least 3 video files
The files are added to the project
All information about the files is displayed: Title, Size
Click the "Burn..." button Note: If you don't have a CD/DVD burner, you can create a .iso file and keep testing
If you don't have a CD/DVD writter
A new window must appears asking for a name for the iso file
Write a new name (brasero.iso is the name by default) and click "Create Image"
A new window appears indicating the creation process
Select "Close" once Brasero finishes
Is the main "Video Disc Project" interface shown?

Test-case name: brasero/bra-004
This test will check that the Copy disc feature works

Open the Brasero Disc Burner
Can you open Brasero correctly?
Click "Disc copy"
A new interface appears where you can select "Disc to copy" and "Disc to write to", do you see it?
Click on "Select a disc to copy"
All discs mounted are displayed
Click on "Select a disc to write to"
All burners are displayed
If you don't have a CD/DVD writer, the window shows an option to create an image (iso/toc/cue)
Click on "Burn" or "Create Image"
Is the process completed successfully?

Test-case name: brasero/bra-005
This test will check that Burn image feature works

Open "Brasero Disc Burner"
Can you open Brasero correctly?
Click on "Burn image"
A new interface appears where you select "disc image to write" and "disc to write to"
Press the "Click here to select a disc image" button
A new window asking for an iso file is shown
Select an iso file and press "Open"
The file information is displayed in the main interface
Click the "Select a disc to write to" button
You should see all discs availables to burn
If you don't have a disc, the "write to" section will be gray out
Click the "Burn" or "Create Image" button
Is the process completed successfully?

Test-case name: brasero/bra-006
This test will check that the plugins Work

Open the Brasero Disc Burner
Can you open Brasero correctly?
Go to the top bar and click on "Edit" and later on "Plugins"
A new "Brasero Plugins" window appears
Select a plugin and configure it by doing click on "Configure"
A new "Disc Burner" window appears
Select the appropriate options and select "Close"
The "Brasero Plugins" take the focus
Click the "About" button
A new window appears with information about the plugin and its developers
Select "Close"
Changes were applied successfully?

Test-case name: brasero/bra-007
This test will check that the Help menu works

Open the Brasero Disc Burner
Can you open Brasero correctly?
Press "F1"
A new "Brasero Help" window appears
Navigate main topics
Is there any issue with the content?
Close the "Brasero Help" window
The main Brasero window is displayed
Go to the top bar and click the "Help" menu and later "Contents"
The same content which was displayed in the previous step is shown
Close the "Brasero Help" window
The main Brasero window is displayed
Go to the top bar and click the "Help" menu and later "About"
A new "About Brasero" window appears
Press the "Brasero Homepage" link
Firefox open a valid url?
Go back to the "About Brasero" window
Press the "Credits" button
The interface shows credits?
Press the "License" button
The interface shows a licence?

Test-case name: brasero/bra-008
This test will check that the Tools menu work

Open the Brasero Disc Burner
Can you open Brasero correctly?
Go to the top bar and click the "Tools" menu and later "Cover Editor"
A new interface appears with a tools panel above
Make a small cover, trying to use all options
Did you get any problem with an option in particular?
Close the "Cover Editor" window
The main Brasero interface is shown
Go to the top bar and click the "Tools" menu and later click on "Eject"
A new interface appears and ask to select a disc
Select a disk and press "Eject"
The system ejects the disc correctly?
Go to the top bar and click the "Tools" menu and later click "Blank..."
A new interface appears called "Disc Blanking"
Select a disk
Click on "Fast blanking" and later "Blank"
Is the process completed successfully?
Go to the top bar and click the "Tools" menu and later "Check Integrity..."
A new interface appears called "Disc Checking"
Select a disk
You can use an MD5 file if you want, select "Use an MD5 file to check the disc"
Could you select the file correctly?
Click the "Check" button
Is the process completed successfully?

If all actions produce the expected results listed, please submit a 'passed' result.
If an action fails, or produces an unexpected result, please submit 'failed' and file a bug. Please be sure to include the bug number when you submit your result

RevisionWritten on the 2013-04-10 16:16 by nskaggs