Video reports

It is important that the analysis of the failure conditions of a test be fast and effective to determine if the test needs to be modified or if there is a regression condition in the software.

This is crucial to further reduce the maintenance burden of automated testing.

That's why we provided Agilitest with a video-generation module when replaying the tests.

This feature is provided by ATS natively: it is open source. You will be able to exchange your reports with your partners even if they do not have access to Agilitest.

How to produce a video report in Agilitest

There are several ways to produce a video report directly in Agilitest.

By going through the channel management execution parameters

This function is accessible to the left side of the Agilitest editor and allows you to request the generation of a report during an execution.

  • Click on Parameters and select Visual Report
  • Then click on Play
  • At the end of the replay, the report is accessible with the project explorer in the target\report directory.

Channel management : Execution parameters

By double clicking on the generated ATSV file, the video report is read in the viewer provided with Agilitest.

Playing an ATSV file in the viewer provided with Agilitest

Using the executions menu

In the Execution Control Panel, you will be able to request the generation of video reports.

You will have access to additional options regarding the quality of the generated video reports. It is important to properly configure this point as this can affect the runtime or size of video reports when replaying continuous integration tests.

The ATSV format has been optimized so that it does not take up much space and can be generated quickly, but be aware that the configuration of the videos in the executions concerns all the tests that will be replayed and can produce a large amount of reports.

How to play ATSV video without Agilitest

An ATSV player written in HTML5 / Javascript is provided free of charge and can be integrated directly into your continuous integration environments, or even launched on the command line.

You can use it following this link :

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