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// Copyright 2016 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include "base/callback.h"
#include "base/power_monitor/power_observer.h"
#include "base/time.h"
#include "base/timer/timer.h"
#include "cobalt/media/base/media_log.h"
#include "cobalt/media/base/timestamp_constants.h"
#include "cobalt/media/blink/media_blink_export.h"
#include "ui/gfx/size.h"
namespace cobalt {
namespace media {
// Class for monitoring and reporting watch time in response to various state
// changes during the playback of media. At present we are only recording the
// watch time for audio+video playbacks.
// TODO(dalecurtis): We want to introduce a similar "listening time" metric in
// the near future to track audio only cases.
// Watch time for our purposes is defined as the amount of elapsed media time
// for audio+video media. A minimum of 7 seconds of unmuted, foreground media
// must be watched to start watch time monitoring. Watch time is checked every
// 5 seconds from then on and reported to multiple buckets: All, MSE, SRC, EME,
// AC, and battery.
// Any one of paused, hidden, or muted is sufficient to stop watch time metric
// reports. Each of these has a hysteresis where if the state change is undone
// within 5 seconds, the watch time will be counted as uninterrupted.
// Power events (on/off battery power) have a similar hysteresis, but unlike
// the aforementioned properties, will not stop metric collection.
// Each seek event will result in a new watch time metric being started and the
// old metric finalized as accurately as possible.
class MEDIA_BLINK_EXPORT WatchTimeReporter : base::PowerObserver {
using GetMediaTimeCB = base::Callback<base::TimeDelta(void)>;
// Constructor for the reporter; all requested metadata should be fully known
// before attempting construction as incorrect values will result in the wrong
// watch time metrics being reported.
// |media_log| is used to continuously log the watch time values for eventual
// recording to a histogram upon finalization.
// |initial_video_size| required to ensure that the video track has sufficient
// size for watch time reporting.
// |get_media_time_cb| must return the current playback time in terms of media
// time, not wall clock time! Using media time instead of wall clock time
// allows us to avoid a whole class of issues around clock changes during
// suspend and resume.
// TODO(dalecurtis): Should we only report when rate == 1.0? Should we scale
// the elapsed media time instead?
WatchTimeReporter(bool has_audio, bool has_video, bool is_mse,
bool is_encrypted, scoped_refptr<MediaLog> media_log,
const gfx::Size& initial_video_size,
const GetMediaTimeCB& get_media_time_cb);
~WatchTimeReporter() OVERRIDE;
// These methods are used to ensure that watch time is only reported for
// media that is actually playing. They should be called whenever the media
// starts or stops playing for any reason.
void OnPlaying();
void OnPaused();
// This will immediately finalize any outstanding watch time reports and stop
// the reporting timer. Clients should call OnPlaying() upon seek completion
// to restart the reporting timer.
void OnSeeking();
// This method is used to ensure that watch time is only reported for media
// that is actually audible to the user. It should be called whenever the
// volume changes.
// Note: This does not catch all cases. E.g., headphones that are being
// listened too, or even OS level volume state.
void OnVolumeChange(double volume);
// These methods are used to ensure that watch time is only reported for
// videos that are actually visible to the user. They should be called when
// the video is shown or hidden respectively.
// TODO(dalecurtis): At present, this is only called when the entire content
// window goes into the foreground or background respectively; i.e. it does
// not catch cases where the video is in the foreground but out of the view
// port. We need a method for rejecting out of view port videos.
void OnShown();
void OnHidden();
friend class WatchTimeReporterTest;
// base::PowerObserver implementation.
// We only observe power source changes. We don't need to observe suspend and
// resume events because we report watch time in terms of elapsed media time
// and not in terms of elapsed real time.
void OnPowerStateChange(bool on_battery_power) OVERRIDE;
bool ShouldReportWatchTime();
void MaybeStartReportingTimer(base::TimeDelta start_timestamp);
enum class FinalizeTime { IMMEDIATELY, ON_NEXT_UPDATE };
void MaybeFinalizeWatchTime(FinalizeTime finalize_time);
void UpdateWatchTime();
// Initialized during construction.
const bool has_audio_;
const bool has_video_;
const bool is_mse_;
const bool is_encrypted_;
scoped_refptr<MediaLog> media_log_;
const gfx::Size initial_video_size_;
const GetMediaTimeCB get_media_time_cb_;
// The amount of time between each UpdateWatchTime(); this is the frequency by
// which the watch times are updated. In the event of a process crash or kill
// this is also the most amount of watch time that we might lose.
base::TimeDelta reporting_interval_ = base::TimeDelta::FromSeconds(5);
base::RepeatingTimer reporting_timer_;
// Updated by the OnXXX() methods above.
bool is_on_battery_power_ = false;
bool is_playing_ = false;
bool is_visible_ = true;
double volume_ = 1.0;
// The last media timestamp seen by UpdateWatchTime().
base::TimeDelta last_media_timestamp_ = kNoTimestamp;
// The starting and ending timestamps used for reporting watch time.
base::TimeDelta start_timestamp_;
base::TimeDelta end_timestamp_ = kNoTimestamp;
// Similar to the above but tracks watch time relative to whether or not
// battery or AC power is being used.
base::TimeDelta start_timestamp_for_power_;
base::TimeDelta end_timestamp_for_power_ = kNoTimestamp;
} // namespace media
} // namespace cobalt