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<!DOCTYPE HTML>
<html>
<head>
  <script type="application/javascript" src="pc.js"></script>
  <script type="application/javascript" src="/tests/dom/canvas/test/captureStream_common.js"></script>
</head>
<body>
<pre id="test">
<script type="application/javascript">
createHTML({
  bug: "1166832",
  title: "Canvas(2D)::Multiple CaptureStream as video-only input to peerconnection",
  visible: true
});

/**
 * Test to verify using multiple capture streams concurrently.
 */
runNetworkTest(() => {
  var test = new PeerConnectionTest();
  var h = new CaptureStreamTestHelper2D(50, 50);

  var vremote1;
  var stream1;
  var canvas1 = h.createAndAppendElement('canvas', 'source_canvas1');

  var vremote2;
  var stream2;
  var canvas2 = h.createAndAppendElement('canvas', 'source_canvas2');

  test.setMediaConstraints([{video: true}, {video: true}], []);
  test.chain.replace("PC_LOCAL_GUM", [
    function DRAW_INITIAL_LOCAL1_GREEN(test) {
      h.drawColor(canvas1, h.green);
    },
    function DRAW_INITIAL_LOCAL2_BLUE(test) {
      h.drawColor(canvas2, h.blue);
    },
    function PC_LOCAL_CANVAS_CAPTURESTREAM(test) {
      stream1 = canvas1.captureStream(0); // fps = 0 to capture single frame
      test.pcLocal.attachLocalStream(stream1);
      stream2 = canvas2.captureStream(0); // fps = 0 to capture single frame
      test.pcLocal.attachLocalStream(stream2);
    }
  ]);

  test.chain.append([
    function CHECK_REMOTE_VIDEO() {
      is(test.pcRemote.remoteMediaElements.length, 2, "pcRemote Should have 2 remote media elements");
      vremote1 = test.pcRemote.remoteMediaElements[0];
      vremote2 = test.pcRemote.remoteMediaElements[1];

      // since we don't know which remote video is created first, we don't know
      // which should be blue or green, but this will make sure that one is
      // green and one is blue
      return Promise.race([
               Promise.all([
                 h.waitForPixelColor(vremote1, h.green, 128,
                                     "pcRemote's remote1 should become green"),
                 h.waitForPixelColor(vremote2, h.blue, 128,
                                     "pcRemote's remote2 should become blue")
               ]),
               Promise.all([
                 h.waitForPixelColor(vremote2, h.green, 128,
                                     "pcRemote's remote2 should become green"),
                 h.waitForPixelColor(vremote1, h.blue, 128,
                                     "pcRemote's remote1 should become blue")
               ])
             ]);
    },
    function DRAW_LOCAL1_RED() {
      // After requesting a frame it will be captured at the time of next render.
      // Next render will happen at next stable state, at the earliest,
      // i.e., this order of `requestFrame(); draw();` should work.
      stream1.requestFrame();
      h.drawColor(canvas1, h.red);
    },
    function DRAW_LOCAL2_RED() {
      // After requesting a frame it will be captured at the time of next render.
      // Next render will happen at next stable state, at the earliest,
      // i.e., this order of `requestFrame(); draw();` should work.
      stream2.requestFrame();
      h.drawColor(canvas2, h.red);
    },
    function WAIT_FOR_REMOTE1_RED() {
      return h.waitForPixelColor(vremote1, h.red, 128,
                                 "pcRemote's remote1 should become red");
    },
    function WAIT_FOR_REMOTE2_RED() {
      return h.waitForPixelColor(vremote2, h.red, 128,
                                 "pcRemote's remote2 should become red");
    }
  ]);
  test.run();
});
</script>
</pre>
</body>
</html>