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The tools here run an end-to-end audio quality test on Linux using PulseAudio.
The test depends on PulseAudio virtual devices (null sinks). Without additional
arguments, expects a pair of sinks named "capture" and
"render". To create these devices at machine startup, place the provided file in ~/.pulse. Alternately, the "pacmd" commands therein can be
run on the command-line to create the devices.
Similarly, place the provided daemon.conf file in ~/.pulse to use high quality
resampling in PulseAudio. This will reduce the resampling impact on the outcome
of the test.
Build all WebRTC targets as usual (or just the audio_e2e_harness target) to
generate the VoiceEngine harness.
Run to start. The script has reasonable defaults and will
use the expected location of audio_e2e_harness. Some settings will usually
be provided by the user, particularly the comparison tool command-line and
regular expression to extract the quality metric.
An example command-line, run from trunk/
webrtc/tools/e2e_quality/audio/ \
--input=data/voice_engine/audio_short16.pcm --output=e2e_audio_out.pcm \
--codec=L16 --compare="comparison-tool" --regexp="(\d\.\d{3})"