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ID1577
TitleAudacity
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Part of testsuitesUbuntu Studio Audio - Run Once/Optional

RevisionWritten on the 2015-12-17 06:35 by flocculant
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This test will check that Audacity Transport Toolbar Works

Go to File menu and then Click on "Open..."
A new window should appear, pick up an audio file and open it.
Can you see the file information on the desk?
Go to Audacity Transport Toolbar, once there...
Click on Play icon
Did the audio file start to sound?
Click on Pause icon
Was the audio file paused?
Click on Play icon again
Click on Stop icon
Was the audio file stopped completely?
Click on Record icon
A new entry should appear in the desk
Record your voice, stopped and play it. Can you hear yourself?

This test will check that Audacity Device Toolbar Works

All options are in default mode
Output and Input devices are in default.
Go to Audio Host
ALSA by default and if you have another Audio Hosts pick it.
Go to Output Device
Could you select a different device (pulse, hdmi or anything else)?
Go to Input Device
Could you select a different device (pulse, sysdefault or anything else)?
Go to Input Channels
Could you select a different channel?

This test will check that Audacity Tools Toolbar Works

Click on "Selection Tool"
Select a segment of the song and click on "Play" button
Did you only listen the audio segment?
Click on "Time Shift Tool"
You should be available to move the track in the time line.
Click on "Zoom Tool"
Right click must increase the zoom
Left click must zoom out
Make zoom enough until see the track as a dotted line and click on "Draw Tool"
you might move the points in the dotted line, doing click on each point
Click on "Multitool Mode"
Can you use all tools at the same time? zoom, selection, time.

This test will check that Audacity Edit Toolbar Works

Use the "Selection Tool" to select a segment and then click on "Cut"
The select segment should disappear
Use the "Selection Tool" to select a segment and then click on "Copy", now select a different segment and click on "Paste"
Did Audacity make a successful copy of the segment?
Use the "Selection Tool" to select a segment and then click on "Trim Audio"
You should see only your selection
To restore the track, do click on "Undo"
Does the restore work?
Click on "Redo"
the changes that you made must appear again.
Click on "Silence Audio"
The select segment appears like a line, right?
Click on "Zoom In"
Is the Zoom working?
Click on "Zoom Out"
Is the Zoom working?

This test will check that Transcription Toolbar works

Use the "Selection Tool" in the "Toolbar" to select a segment and then click on "Play-at-speed"
Does it play only the select segment?
Move the "Playback Speed" and click on "Play-at-speed" again
Can you feel the difference in the speed?

This test will check that Mixer Toolbar works

Open an audio file, play it and move the "Output Volume"
Can you feel the change?
Record an audio file and change the input volume several times.
Can you feel the change

This test will check that Meter Toolbar works

Open an audio file and play it
Can you see the "Output Level" moving?
Click on "Disable Meter"
Is the Meter disable?
Click on "Enable Meter"
The Meter would be available again
Click on "Vertical Stereo"
The output level appears vertical, right?
You can back to the horizontal mode, doing click on "Horizontal Stereo"
Click on "Preferences..."
A nezw window appears where you can change the refresh rather, Can you do it? (30 by default)
Open Audacity again and click on "Record"
Do you see the Input Level Meter working?
Click on "Enable Meter"
The Meter would be available again
Click on "Vertical Stereo"
The input level appears vertical, right?
You can back to the horizontal mode, doing click on "Horizontal Stereo"
Click on "Preferences..."
A new window appears where you can change the refresh rather, Can you do it? (30 by default)

This test will check that File Menu Works

Click on "New"
A new instance of Audacity appears
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+N"
Click on "Open..."
A new interface appears, choose a file, Can Audacity open it?
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+O"
Click on "Close"
If this is your first time, a new message appears telling you about to save your changes.
Can you close the file correctly?
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+W"
Click on "Save Project"
If this is your first time, it'll send a message about your file, and it creates a file.aup
Choose a location for your file.aup and click on "Save"
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+S"
Click on "Save Project As..."
If this is your first time, it'll send a message about your file, and it creates a file.aup
Choose a location for your file.aup and click on "Save"
Click on "Exit"
Was Audacity close correctly?
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+Q"
Open Audacity again and click on "Recent Files"
Can you see the last file?
If you do click on "Clear" all files will be delete, Could you do it?
Click on "Check Dependencies..."
A new window appears to check the dependencies of your project and if you project is self-contained, a message appears.
Click on "Export"
A new interface should appear, select a new format, location and then click on "Save"
Could you export the file in the correct location?
you should have the same result using the key combination "Shift+Ctrl+E"
Select a segment of a track opened previously and click on "Export Selection..."
A new interface should appear, select a new format, location and then click on "Save"
Could you export the segment in the correct location?
Click on "Page Setup..."
A new window should appear, select the paper size and orientation that you like and click on "OK"
Click on "Print..."
A new interface appears, choose your settings and click on "OK"
Could you print the file?

This test will check that View Menu Works

Open Audacity and import/open a new file.
Go to "Zoom In"
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+1"
Go to "Zoom Normal"
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+2"
Go to "Zoom Out"
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+3"
Go to "Fit in Window"
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+F"
Go to"Fit Vertically"
you should have the same result using the key combination "Shift+Ctrl+F"
Select a segment on the track and click on "Zoom to Selection"
Could you notice the zoom?
you should have the same result using the key combination "Ctrl+E"
Click on "History"
A new interface appears showing you the full history, can you see a line like: "Imported /home/user/location_of_the_file"
Click on "OK" and the interface disappears.
Click on "Mixer Board"
A new window should appear, you can change the track mode to mute or solo from this window.
Go to "Toolbars" and check that you can enable and disable all bars
Did you get some problem with any bar?
Click on "Reset Toolbars" and everything come back to default mode.

This test will check that Menu Transport Works

Open Audacity and an Audio file.
Go to Transport and click on "Play", "Pause" and "Stop"
Did you get the same result than using the Transport toolbar?
Click on "Loop Play"
The song start to play and the Transport Toolbar icon of Play change of form, did you see it?
you should have the same result using the key combination "Shift+Space"
Click on "Record"
you should have the same result using the key combination "R"
Click on "Time Record..."
A new interface appears where you can modify the start and end dates
you should have the same result using the key combination "Shift+T"
Click on "Append Record..."
Audacity starts to record with the "Time Record" preferences, Can you record an audio file?
you should have the same result using the key combination "Shift+R"
Click on "Sounds Activation Level..."
A new interface appears, called "Sounds Activated Record", Can you change the Activation Level?

This test will check that Menu Tracks Works

Open Audacity and an Audio file.
Click on "Add New" and later on "Audio Track"
Could you add a new "Audio Track"?
Click on "Add New" and later on "Stereo Track"
Could you add a new "Stereo Track"?
Click on "Add New" and later on "Label Track"
Could you add a new "Label Track"?
Click on "Add New" and later on "Time Track"
Could you add a new "Label Track"?
Click on "Resample"
A new window appears, select a new sample rate. Does the color in the desk change to dark-grey?
Click on "Remove Tracks"
The desk should be clean, right?
Click on "Mute All Tracks"
The track appears in grey color and when you play it, there is not any sound.
Click on "Unmute All Tracks"
The track appears in blue color and when you play it, there is sound.
Click on "Edit Labels"
Double click on "Label" and write a name. Could you change the name?
Click on "Insert After" and "Insert Before", Can you see these entries?
Click on "Export", select a folder and save it as a txt file. Did it work?
Click on "OK", a new entry should appear in the desk.

This test will check that Menu Generate Works

Open Audacity and an Audio file.
Click on "Chirp..."
A new window appears, Can you change the values? (Waveform, Frequency, Amplitude and Interpolation)
Click on "OK", Can you see the difference in the audio chart?
Click on "DTFM Tones..."
A new window appears called "DTFM Tone Generator", Can you change the values? (DTFM sequence, Amplitude, Tone/Silence ratio)
Click on "OK", Can you see the difference in the audio chart?
Click on "Noise..."
Select a noise type, amplitude and then click on OK
Can you see the difference in the audio chart?
Click on "Silence..."
Select a new "Duration" and click on "OK"
Can you see the difference in the audio chart?
Click on "Tone..."
Change the default values and click on "OK"
Can you see the difference in the audio chart?
Click on "Click Track..."
A new interface appears, select values and click on "OK"
A new entry should appear in the desk, Can you see it?
Click on "Pluck..."
A new window appears, select values and click on "OK"
A new entry should appear in the desk, Can you see it?
Click on "Risset Drum..."
A new interface appears, called "Risset Drum...", select values and click on "OK"
A new entry should appear in the desk, Can you see it?

This test will check that Menu Analyse Works

Open Audacity and an Audio file.
Click on "Contrast..."
Click on "Plot Spectrum..."
A new interface appears called "Frequency Analysis"
Can you see the frequency chart?
Try to change the Algorithm, the chart is updated. Did you see it?
Try to change the Size, the chart is updated. Did you see it?
Click on "Close" and the interface disappears
Click on "Find Clipping..."
A new interface appear called "Find Clipping", select a number for "start and stop threshold" (3 by default)
Click on OK, a new entry in the desk should appear called "Clipping", Can you see the points?, Can you move them?, Can you change their labels?
Click on "Beat Finder..."
A new window must appear, Can you change the Threshold percentage? (65 by default)
Click on OK and a new entry in the desk appears, Can you see the points with a B Label?, Can you move them?, Can you change their labels?
Click on "Regular Interval Labels..."
A new window should appear, Can you move the values?
Click on OK and a new entry in the desk appears, Can you see the points with Labels?, Can you move them?, Can you change their labels?
Click on "Simple Data Export..."
A new interface appears, Select values and change the file name and output folder. (sample-data and Home directory by default).
Click on OK. Could you create the file in the directory?
Click on "Silence Finder..."
A new window should appear, Can you move the values?
Click on OK and a new entry in the desk appears, Can you see the points with a S Label?, Can you move them?, Can you change their labels?
Click on "Sound Finder..."
A new interface should appear, Can you move the values?
Click on OK and a new entry in the desk appears, Can you see the points with a number Label?, Can you move them?, Can you change their labels?

This test will check that Menu Help Works

Click on "About Audacity"
A new window should appear with three taps (Audacity, build information and GPL License)
Try to navigate for all information there
is there a issue with the content?
Click on "OK... Audacious!" must close the window
Click on "Quick Help"
you should be redirect to the help page in your browser http://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/tos/, do you?
Click on "Manual"
you should be redirect to the manual page in your browser http://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/tos/, do you?
Click on "Screenshot Tools..."
A new interface should appear called "Screen Capture Frame"
Choose a different location for your captures (/home/your_home by default)
Make a capture and check that it is in the right location
Go to "Screenshot Tools..." again, change others features and make a new capture
Can you see the new changes?
Click on "Audio Device Info..."
A new windows appears with all information about your audio advices
Click on "Show Log..."
A new windows appears with the log information

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 2013-07-10 16:50 by nskaggs
RevisionWritten on the 2013-07-10 16:15 by nskaggs