anbox stream sdk js screen option not working

Bug #1983740 reported by Terence
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Simon Fels

Bug Description

I'm using 1.14.2 with anbox-stream-sdk.js 1.14.1

 * @param options.screen {object} Display settings for the Android instance to create
     * @param [options.screen.width=1280] {number} Screen width in pixel
     * @param [options.screen.height=720] {number} Screen height in pixel
     * @param [options.screen.fps=60] {number} Desired number of frames per second
     * @param [options.screen.density=240] {number} Pixel density

Trying to create an instance using the screen options example (1280*520) is not working also is there anyway we can resize the screen accordingly?

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/anbox-cloud/anbox-streaming-sdk/master/examples/js/example.html
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/anbox-cloud/anbox-streaming-sdk/master/js/anbox-stream-sdk.js

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Simon Fels (morphis) wrote :

Hey Terence,

Can you tell us more about what is not working?
Is it that the screen doesn't show any video or is the resolution not applied?
Are you trying to join an existing streaming session?

> is not working also is there anyway we can resize the screen accordingly?

You cannot change the screen resolution of an already started Android instance currently.

Changed in anbox-cloud:
status: New → Incomplete
assignee: nobody → Simon Fels (morphis)
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Terence (terencetwork) wrote :

1) We tried to change the width , height settings and added density (DPI to 480), it does not seems to have any different when we tweak the value, downloaded displayinfo (app) to check the DPI and it still showing

720x1280 (240dpi)

(Should be 1280*720 instead of 720*1280)

2) We are trying to create a new application

3) Yes, i understand that we can't change the resolution once the instance is created

4) I'm running anbox 1.14.2 with anbox-stream-sdk.js 1.14.1 and g5g.2xlarge

    let stream = new AnboxStream({
        connector: connector,
        targetElement: "anbox-stream",
        screen: {
            width: 720,
            height: 1280,
            fps: 60,
            density: 480,
        },
        controls: {
            keyboard: true
        },
        callbacks: {
            error: error => {
                window.alert("AnboxStream failed: " + error.message);
            },
            requestCameraAccess: () => {
                return window.confirm("Anbox Cloud requires to access the camera device")
            }
        }
    });

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Simon Fels (morphis) wrote :

Thanks!

Can you also share the output of the bug-report command from within a container? E.g. you can run

$ amc exec <container id> -- /usr/bin/bug-report

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Terence (terencetwork) wrote :

There's no output...

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Simon Fels (morphis) wrote :

What do you mean by that?

Is the container still running or stopped? Did the shell command return a non-zero exit code?

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Terence (terencetwork) wrote :

ubuntu@ip-192-168-3-249:~/anbox-streaming-sdk/examples/js$ amc list
+----------------------+---------------+---------+---------+------------------------------+------+---------------+-----------------------------+
| ID | APPLICATION | TYPE | STATUS | TAGS | NODE | ADDRESS | ENDPOINTS |
+----------------------+---------------+---------+---------+------------------------------+------+---------------+-----------------------------+
| cbove5kldf6s3mu82ua0 | android11 | regular | running | session=cbove5m3j8db0gr79n3g | lxd0 | 192.168.100.3 | adb:192.168.100.3:5559/tcp |
| | | | | | | | adb:192.168.3.249:10001/tcp |
+----------------------+---------------+---------+---------+------------------------------+------+---------------+-----------------------------+
ubuntu@ip-192-168-3-249:~/anbox-streaming-sdk/examples/js$ amc exec cbove5kldf6s3mu82ua0 -- /usr/bin/bug-report
ubuntu@ip-192-168-3-249:~/anbox-streaming-sdk/examples/js$

No Output

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Terence (terencetwork) wrote :

I read the code for /usr/bin/bug-report

It's output will be in a .log file, i've capture the log and uploaded here

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Simon Fels (morphis) wrote :

Thanks! I forgot that the tool produces a file instead of dumping to stdout.

Checking the log Anbox is configured with 1280x720@60

Aug 10 02:52:43 ams-cbphqlcldf6g28hdijjg anbox-starter[144]: I0810 02:52:43.275903 228 platform.cpp:151] Using display configuration: 1280x720@60

So looks like the problem is further up in the chain.

Can you confirm that from within the dashboard you can create a streaming session in both landscape and portrait and it works correct (both simply flip width/height)?

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Terence (terencetwork) wrote :

Yes dashboard work perfectly

However while using the sdk js it does not, would it it be possible to provide a full sample code of dashboard example in the GitHub ?

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Simon Fels (morphis) wrote :

Yes, we have an example which demonstrates how to use the SDK. Have a look at https://github.com/anbox-cloud/anbox-streaming-sdk/tree/master/examples/js

You may want to add the following to make the video element fit correctly for your purposes:

- <div id="anbox-stream"></div>
+ <div id="anbox-stream" style="width: 50vw; height: 50vh;"></div>

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Terence (terencetwork) wrote :

I've found the issue,

Screen should be part of AnboxStreamGatewayConnector settings not AnboxStream settings

Line 35 to 39 should be moved to line 23 - 27

https://github.com/anbox-cloud/anbox-streaming-sdk/blob/master/examples/js/example.html

The document has to be updated too
https://anbox-cloud.io/docs/howto/stream/web-client

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