CN110909201B - Content distribution method based on playing page, computing equipment and computer storage medium - Google Patents

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CN110909201B
CN110909201B CN201911183749.3A CN201911183749A CN110909201B CN 110909201 B CN110909201 B CN 110909201B CN 201911183749 A CN201911183749 A CN 201911183749A CN 110909201 B CN110909201 B CN 110909201B
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Abstract

The invention discloses a content distribution method based on a playing page, computing equipment and a computer storage medium. Wherein, the method comprises the following steps: monitoring pause operation triggered by a user on a first audio book currently played in a playing page; judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of a playing page; the audio book content list containing at least one second audio book is presented in the second area of the playing page, so that a user can select the audio book to be listened to in the currently presented playing page, the operation of searching the audio book by the user is greatly simplified, the user can find the audio book to be listened to without complicated operation, the user experience is improved, and the user viscosity is further improved.

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Content distribution method based on playing page, computing equipment and computer storage medium
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of computers, in particular to a content distribution method based on a playing page, a computing device and a computer storage medium.
Background
With the development of technology, more and more electronic books are converted into audio books, so that a user can acquire electronic book contents by playing the audio books. Through the audio book, the user can know the content in the book without watching or directly listening, so that the audio book is more intuitive, convenient and quick.
In the existing method, a user determines whether the audio book is the audio book to be listened by trying to listen to the audio book, the user needs to play the audio book first, and when it is determined that the audio book is not the audio book to be listened by the user, the user needs to pause first and then perform a return operation, and may need to perform a plurality of return operations to return to a list page of the audio book, and then select the content to be listened from the list page of the audio book.
Disclosure of Invention
In view of the above, the present invention has been made to provide a method, a computing device and a computer storage medium for content distribution based on played pages that overcome or at least partially solve the above-mentioned problems.
According to an aspect of the present invention, there is provided a content distribution method based on a playing page, including:
monitoring pause operation triggered by a user on a first audio book currently played in a playing page;
judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of a playing page; and presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page.
According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a computing device comprising: the processor, the memory and the communication interface complete mutual communication through the communication bus;
the memory is used for storing at least one executable instruction, and the executable instruction causes the processor to execute the following operations:
monitoring pause operation triggered by a user on a first audio book currently played in a playing page;
judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of a playing page; and presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page.
According to yet another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a computer storage medium having at least one executable instruction stored therein, the executable instruction causing a processor to:
monitoring pause operation triggered by a user on a first audio book currently played in a playing page;
judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of a playing page; and presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page.
According to the scheme provided by the invention, the pause operation triggered by the user to the first audio book currently played in the playing page is monitored; judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of a playing page; and presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page. According to the scheme provided by the invention, under the condition that the user is determined not to be an immersive user, the play page is utilized to present the audio book content list containing at least one second audio book, so that the user can select the audio book to be listened to in the currently presented play page, the operation of searching the audio book by the user is greatly simplified, the user can find the audio book to be listened to without complicated operation, the user experience is improved, and the user viscosity is further improved.
The foregoing description is only an overview of the technical solutions of the present invention, and the embodiments of the present invention are described below in order to make the technical means of the present invention more clearly understood and to make the above and other objects, features, and advantages of the present invention more clearly understandable.
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FIG. 1 is a flow diagram illustrating a method for content distribution based on a playing page according to one embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a flow diagram illustrating a method for content distribution based on a playing page according to another embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 3 shows a schematic structural diagram of a computing device according to one embodiment of the invention.
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Exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in more detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings. While exemplary embodiments of the invention are shown in the drawings, it should be understood that the invention can be embodied in various forms and should not be limited to the embodiments set forth herein. Rather, these embodiments are provided so that this disclosure will be thorough and complete, and will fully convey the scope of the invention to those skilled in the art.
Fig. 1 is a flowchart illustrating a content distribution method based on a playing page according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in fig. 1, the method comprises the steps of:
step S101, monitoring pause operation triggered by a user to a first audio book currently played in a playing page.
The application client is an APP with a voice book playing function, a user can select any first voice book which the user wants to play in the application client, and after the user clicks a playing button, the first voice book selected by the user can be played in a playing page.
The pause operation refers to an operation of a user temporarily stopping playing of a sound book, and in a general case, if the user does not want to continue listening to a first sound book, the user may select to pause playing of the first sound book.
Step S102, judging whether the user is an immersion user, if not, executing step S103; if so, the method ends. The immersion user in the present embodiment means that the user is immersed in the listening book environment, and in general, the user does not immerse in the listening book environment as follows: frequently triggering pause, frequently closing listened audio books, book finding behavior in an audio book content list and the like, which are not listed one by one, so that after the pause operation triggered by the user on the first audio book currently played in the playing page is monitored, whether the user is an immersion user needs to be judged.
Step S103, judging that the user is not an immersion user, and presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of a playing page; and presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page.
In the existing scheme, a user is usually required to pause a first audio book currently played in a playing page, return to an upper page by triggering a return button, then return to an audio book content list page by triggering the return button, and after returning to the audio book content list page, if the user wants to listen to other audio books, the user finds a second audio book to be listened in the audio book content list page, and clicks the playing button to play the second audio book, which is a tedious operation process and easily causes loss of the user.
In order to avoid the loss of the user, in the case that it is determined that the user is not an immersive user according to step S102, it is described that the user is not interested in the first audio book currently played by the playing page, and the user may want to search for other audio books, at which time the content of the book may be distributed, and specifically, a playing window of the first audio book is presented in the first area of the playing page; and presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page. That is to say, the audio book content list containing at least one second audio book is displayed in the playing page, so that if a user wants to listen to other audio books in a switching manner, the user can correspondingly select the audio book content list displayed on the playing page, thereby simplifying user operation, enabling the user to quickly select the audio book to be listened to, and improving user stickiness.
According to the method provided by the embodiment of the invention, the pause operation triggered by the user to the first audio book currently played in the playing page is monitored; judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of a playing page; and presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page. According to the scheme provided by the invention, under the condition that the user is determined not to be an immersive user, the play page is utilized to present the audio book content list containing at least one second audio book, so that the user can select the audio book to be listened to in the currently presented play page, the operation of searching the audio book by the user is greatly simplified, the user can find the audio book to be listened to without complicated operation, the user experience is improved, and the user viscosity is further improved.
Fig. 2 is a flowchart illustrating a content distribution method based on a playing page according to another embodiment of the present invention. As shown in fig. 2, the method comprises the steps of:
step S201, a pause operation triggered by the user to the first audio book currently playing in the playing page is monitored.
The application client is an APP with a voice book playing function, a user can select any first voice book which the user wants to play in the application client, and after the user clicks a playing button, the first voice book selected by the user can be played in a playing page.
The pause operation refers to an operation of a user temporarily stopping playing of a sound book, and in a general case, if the user does not want to continue listening to a first sound book, the user may select to pause playing of the first sound book.
After monitoring the pause operation triggered by the user on the first audio book currently playing in the playing page, it is necessary to determine whether the user is an immersive user, for example, the following method may be used to determine whether the user is an immersive user: and judging whether the user is an immersion user or not according to the pause operation and the historical pause operation within the preset time period. The historical pause operation within the preset time period is considered here in order to accurately determine whether the user is immersed in the user, wherein the preset time period can be flexibly set according to actual experience, and in general, the preset time period is set to be shorter, for example, to be 1 minute or 2 minutes, etc.
Specifically, the method in step S202 may be employed to determine whether the user is an immersive user:
step S202, determining whether at least one historical pause operation occurs within a preset time period, where the trigger time is earlier than the pause operation, and the playing time of the audio book targeted by the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation is less than or equal to the preset time, if yes, executing step S203, and if not, ending the method.
The present embodiment does not distribute the book content according to one user pause operation, but determines whether to distribute the book content based on the pause operation and a history of the pause operation within a preset time period.
Generally, after a user is immersed in a book listening environment, the user does not frequently trigger pause, and the playing time of a voiced book listened to by the user is longer, so that whether the user is an immersed user can be judged by judging whether at least one historical pause operation with the trigger time earlier than that of the pause operation occurs within a preset time period, and the playing time of the voiced book targeted by the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation is less than or equal to the preset time. The preset time period may be flexibly set according to actual experience, and usually, the preset time period is set to be shorter, for example, 1 minute or 2 minutes.
Specifically, it may be determined whether at least one historical pause operation having a trigger time earlier than the pause operation occurs within a preset time period by: the user corresponds to a trigger time each time the user executes the pause operation, and writes the trigger time of the corresponding pause operation into the historical pause operation record, in this embodiment, after the pause operation triggered by the user to the first audio book currently playing in the playing page is monitored, the trigger time corresponding to the pause operation can be obtained, then, the historical pause operation record is inquired, the trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation is obtained,
determining whether at least one historical pause operation with trigger time earlier than the pause operation occurs within a preset time period according to the trigger time corresponding to the pause operation and the trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation, for example, calculating the time difference between the trigger time corresponding to the pause operation and the trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation, comparing the calculated time difference with the duration of the preset time period, and if the calculated time difference is less than or equal to the duration of the preset time period, determining that at least one historical pause operation with trigger time earlier than the pause operation occurs within the preset time period; if the calculated time difference is greater than the duration of the preset time period, it may be determined that at least one historical pause operation, in which the trigger time is earlier than the pause operation, has not occurred within the preset time period.
In order to improve the accuracy of the judgment, it is further required to judge whether the playing time lengths of the voiced books targeted by the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation are both less than or equal to a preset time length, wherein the historical pause operation record can also contain the playing time length of the targeted voiced books besides the trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation, so that the playing time length of the voiced books targeted by the at least one historical pause operation can be acquired by inquiring the historical pause operation record.
The play duration of the first audio book for which the pause operation is directed is determined by the following method: monitoring playing operation triggered by a first audio book currently played in a playing page, and recording playing time of the first audio book; monitoring user pause operation triggered by a first audio book currently played in a playing page, and recording pause time of the first audio book; and calculating the playing time length of the first audio book according to the playing time and the pause time, for example, calculating the time difference between the pause time and the playing time, where the time difference is the playing time length of the first audio book.
After the play time lengths of the voiced books for which the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation are directed are determined, the play time lengths of the voiced books for which the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation are directed are compared with a preset time length, and the play time lengths of the voiced books for which the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation are both less than or equal to the preset time length, then it may be determined that the user is not an immersive user. The preset time period is flexibly set according to practical experience, for example, the preset time period is 1 minute.
In an alternative embodiment of the present invention, the following method may be used to determine whether the user is an immersive user: and judging whether the closing number of the audio books in a preset time period before the trigger time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to the preset closing number, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
Specifically, if the user frequently closes the listened audio books, it may be determined that the user is not immersed in the listening environment, and therefore, it may be determined whether the user is an immersed user by determining whether the closed number of the audio books within a preset time period before the trigger time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to a preset closed number, where the preset time period and the preset closed number may be set according to actual experience, for example, the preset time period is 1 minute or 2 minutes, etc., the preset closed number is 3, etc., that is, it is determined whether the closed number of the audio books within 1 minute before the trigger time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to 3, and if so, it is determined that the user is not an immersed user; if not, judging that the user is the immersion user. This is by way of example only and is not intended to be limiting.
In an alternative embodiment of the present invention, the following method may be used to determine whether the user is an immersive user: and judging whether the first audio book is added into the bookshelf of the user or not, and if not, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
Specifically, if the user likes a sound book, the sound book is added to the user bookshelf so as to be continuously listened to subsequently, and if the user just listens at will, the user may not add the sound book to the user bookshelf, so that whether the user is an immersion user can be determined by determining whether the first sound book is added to the user bookshelf, and if the first sound book is added to the user bookshelf, the user can be determined as an immersion user; if the first voiced book is not added to the user's bookshelf, it may be determined that the user is not an immersive user.
In order to more accurately determine whether the user is an immersive user, in addition to determining whether the first audio book has been added to the user bookshelf, other methods may be used to determine, for example, whether the playing time length of the first audio book is less than or equal to a preset time length.
In an alternative embodiment of the present invention, the following method may be used to determine whether the user is an immersive user: and judging whether the sliding operation frequency of the audio book content list in a preset time period before the triggering time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to the preset sliding frequency, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
In general, if a user is not immersed in a book listening environment, the user may have a frequent book finding behavior, that is, find a voiced book in a voiced book content list, specifically, the user performs a sliding operation on the voiced book content list, for example, the user searches for a voiced book to be listened by sliding the voiced book content list upwards or downwards, and therefore, it may be determined whether the number of sliding operations on the voiced book content list in a preset time period before the trigger time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to a preset sliding number, and if so, it is determined that the user is not an immersed user; if not, judging that the user is the immersion user. The preset time period and the preset sliding times can be set according to actual experience, for example, the preset time period is 1 minute or 2 minutes and the like, and the preset sliding times are 3 minutes and the like, that is, whether the sliding times of the audio book content list within 1 minute before the trigger time of the pause operation are greater than or equal to 3 times is judged, and if yes, the user is judged not to be an immersion user; if not, judging that the user is the immersion user. This is by way of example only and is not intended to be limiting.
Step S203, judging whether the user is an immersive user, automatically refreshing the playing page, presenting a playing window containing user interaction elements of the first audio book in a first area of the refreshed playing page, wherein the playing window does not contain non-user interaction elements, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the refreshed playing page.
In the existing scheme, a user is usually required to pause a first audio book currently played in a playing page, return to a previous page by triggering a return button, then return to an audio book content list page by triggering the return button, and after returning to the audio book content list page, if the user wants to listen to other audio books, the user finds a second audio book to be listened in the audio book content list page, and clicks the playing button to play the second audio book.
In this embodiment, in order to avoid the churn of the user, in the case that it is determined that the user is not an immersive user, it is described that the user is not interested in a first audio book currently played by the playing page, the user may want to search for other audio books, at this time, the content of the book may be distributed, for example, the playing page may be automatically refreshed, a playing window of the first audio book is presented in a first region of the refreshed playing page, specifically, a playing window including a user interaction element of the first audio book is presented in the first region of the refreshed playing page, and the playing window does not include a non-user interaction element, where the user interaction element includes one or more of the following elements: a play button, a close button, a next button, a previous button, a pause button, a download button, a share button, and a progress bar; the non-user interaction elements include: book covers, book names and/or book profiles, which are given here by way of illustration only and are not meant to be limiting in any way.
By refreshing the playing page, the non-user interaction elements of the first audio book are hidden, and the playing window containing the user interaction elements of the first audio book is presented in the first area of the refreshed playing page, so that the user can operate the first audio book again conveniently.
In addition, a voiced book content list containing at least one second voiced book is presented in the second area of the refreshed playing page. That is to say, the audio book content list containing at least one second audio book is displayed in the playing page, so that if a user wants to listen to other audio books in a switching manner, the user can correspondingly select the audio book content list displayed on the playing page, thereby simplifying user operation, enabling the user to quickly select the audio book to be listened to, and improving user stickiness.
In an alternative embodiment of the present invention, in the case where it is determined that the user is not an immersive user, distribution of the book content may also be achieved by: and reducing the playing window of the first audio book to a first area of the playing page, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the playing page.
When a playing page plays a first audio book, the playing page presents a first audio book playing window, the playing window comprises user interaction elements and non-user interaction elements, in order to facilitate the distribution of book contents to a user, the playing window of the first audio book is reduced to a first area of the playing page, as the playing window of the first audio book is reduced, the contents which can be presented by the playing window of the first audio book are reduced, and the playing window of the reduced first audio book presents the user interaction elements preferentially, so that the user can operate the first audio book again; and presenting a vocal book content list containing at least one second vocal book in a second area of the playing page, wherein the second area is other areas of the playing page except the first area.
In an alternative embodiment of the present invention, in the case where it is determined that the user is not an immersive user, distribution of the book content may also be achieved by: creating a layer on a playing page; and presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of the layer, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the layer.
In this embodiment, in order to avoid the loss of the user, in a case that it is determined that the user is not an immersive user, it is described that the user is not interested in a first audio book currently played on the playing page, and the user may want to search for other audio books, at this time, book content may be distributed, specifically, a new layer may be created in the playing page, where the new layer covers the layer presenting the first audio book, and a playing window of the first audio book is presented in a first area of the newly created layer, for example, a playing window including a user interaction element of the first audio book is presented, the playing window does not include a non-user interaction element, and a list of audio book content including at least one second audio book is presented in a second area of the layer.
Optionally, the arrangement mode of the first area and the second area in the playing page may be arranged up and down, that is, the first area is located above the second area, for example, the first area is a top area or a bottom area of the playing page, and the second area is another area of the playing page except the first area, so that a user can select a second audio book to be played from the audio book content list in the second area conveniently, and the user can be prevented from performing a misoperation on the first audio book. The arrangement of the first region and the second region is not limited to the vertical arrangement, and the first region and the second region may be arranged in the left-right arrangement.
In addition, the area sizes of the first area and the second area may also be flexibly set, for example, the area size of the first area may be determined according to a user interaction element that needs to be presented, and an area in the playing page other than the first area is the second area, which is only an example here and does not have any limiting function.
Step S204, monitoring the user playing operation of any second audio book in the audio book content list in the refreshed playing page.
Specifically, the audio book content list includes at least one second audio book, and the user determines whether there is a second audio book desired to be listened to by browsing the audio book content list. In this embodiment, it is likely that the second audio books included in the audio book content list are more, so that the second area cannot display all the second audio books, and the user may find the audio book desired to be listened to in the second audio books presented in the second area, at this time, the user may find the audio book desired to be listened to by sliding the audio book content list. In this embodiment, the user playing operation on any second audio book in the audio book content list in the refreshed playing page needs to be monitored in real time, for example, a user double-clicking or single-clicking any second audio book in the audio book content list is regarded as triggering the user playing operation on the second audio book; or, a play button may be provided for at least one second audio book in the audio book content list, and a user clicking the play button is regarded as triggering a user play operation of the second audio book.
Step S205, refreshing the playing page again, and presenting a playing window of the second audio book in the refreshed playing page.
After monitoring the user playing operation on any second audio book in the audio book content list in the refreshed playing page, the playing page is refreshed again, a playing window of the second audio book is presented in the refreshed playing page, at this time, the playing page displays the related information of the second audio book, for example, user interaction elements and non-user interaction elements are displayed, wherein the user interaction elements include one or more of the following elements: a play button, a close button, a next button, a previous button, a pause button, a download button, a share button, and a progress bar; the non-user interaction elements include: book covers, book names, and/or book profiles.
According to the method provided by the above embodiment of the present invention, it is determined that at least one history pause operation occurs within a preset time period, where the trigger time is earlier than that of the pause operation, and the playing time lengths of the audio books targeted by the pause operation and the at least one history pause operation are both less than or equal to the preset time length, it may be determined that the user is not an immersive user, at this time, the playing page is automatically refreshed, a playing window including the user interaction element of the first audio book is presented in the first region of the refreshed playing page, the playing window does not include the non-user interaction element, that is, the non-user interaction element of the first audio book is hidden, the playing window including the user interaction element of the first audio book is presented in the first region of the refreshed playing page, so that the user can operate the first audio book again, and the distributed audio book content including at least one second audio book is presented in the second region of the refreshed playing page The list enables a user to select the audio books to be listened to in the playing page presented currently, so that the operation of searching the audio books by the user is greatly simplified, the user does not need to find the audio books to be listened to through complicated operation, the user experience is improved, and the user viscosity is further improved.
The embodiment of the invention also provides a nonvolatile computer storage medium, wherein the computer storage medium stores at least one executable instruction, and the computer executable instruction can execute the content distribution method based on the playing page in any method embodiment.
The executable instructions may be specifically configured to cause the processor to:
monitoring pause operation triggered by a user on a first audio book currently played in a playing page;
judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of a playing page; and presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the user is an immersion user or not according to the pause operation and the historical pause operation within the preset time period.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
and judging whether at least one historical pause operation with the trigger time earlier than that of the pause operation occurs within a preset time period, wherein the playing time of the audio book aimed at by the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation is less than or equal to the preset time, and if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the closing number of the audio books in a preset time period before the trigger time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to the preset closing number, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the first audio book is added into the bookshelf of the user or not, and if not, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the sliding operation frequency of the audio book content list in a preset time period before the triggering time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to the preset sliding frequency, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
automatically refreshing a playing page, and presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of the refreshed playing page; and presenting a voiced book content list containing at least one second voiced book in a second area of the refreshed playing page.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
and reducing the playing window of the first audio book to a first area of the playing page, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the playing page.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
creating a layer on a playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of the layer, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the layer.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and presenting a playing window containing the user interaction elements of the first audio book in a first area of the playing page, wherein the playing window does not contain non-user interaction elements.
In an alternative embodiment, the user interaction element comprises one or more of the following elements: a play button, a close button, a next button, a previous button, a pause button, a download button, a share button, and a progress bar;
the non-user interaction elements include: book covers, book names, and/or book profiles.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions further cause the processor to: monitoring user playing operation of any second audio book in the audio book content list in the playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the second audio book in the playing page.
In an alternative embodiment, the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to:
acquiring trigger time corresponding to the pause operation;
inquiring historical pause operation records to obtain trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation;
and determining whether at least one historical pause operation with trigger time earlier than the pause operation occurs within a preset time period according to the trigger time corresponding to the pause operation and the trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation.
In an alternative embodiment, the historical pause operation record comprises: trigger time corresponding to historical pause operation and playing time length of the targeted audio book.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of a computing device according to an embodiment of the present invention, and the specific embodiment of the present invention does not limit the specific implementation of the computing device.
As shown in fig. 3, the computing device may include: a processor (processor)302, a communication Interface 304, a memory 306, and a communication bus 308.
Wherein:
the processor 302, communication interface 304, and memory 306 communicate with each other via a communication bus 308.
A communication interface 304 for communicating with network elements of other devices, such as clients or other servers.
The processor 302 is configured to execute the program 310, and may specifically perform relevant steps in the above-described embodiment of the content distribution method based on the played page.
In particular, program 310 may include program code comprising computer operating instructions.
The processor 302 may be a central processing unit CPU, or an application specific Integrated circuit (asic), or one or more Integrated circuits configured to implement an embodiment of the present invention. The computing device includes one or more processors, which may be the same type of processor, such as one or more CPUs; or may be different types of processors such as one or more CPUs and one or more ASICs.
And a memory 306 for storing a program 310. Memory 306 may comprise high-speed RAM memory and may also include non-volatile memory (non-volatile memory), such as at least one disk memory.
The program 310 may specifically be configured to cause the processor 302 to perform the following operations:
monitoring pause operation triggered by a user on a first audio book currently played in a playing page;
judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of a playing page; and presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page.
In an alternative embodiment, the program 310 specifically causes the processor 302 to perform the following operations: and judging whether the user is an immersion user or not according to the pause operation and the historical pause operation within the preset time period.
In an alternative embodiment, program 310 further causes processor 302 to: and judging whether at least one historical pause operation with the trigger time earlier than that of the pause operation occurs within a preset time period, wherein the playing time of the audio book aimed at by the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation is less than or equal to the preset time, and if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
In an alternative embodiment, the program 310 specifically causes the processor 302 to perform the following operations: and judging whether the closing number of the audio books in a preset time period before the trigger time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to the preset closing number, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
In an alternative embodiment, the program 310 specifically causes the processor 302 to perform the following operations: and judging whether the first audio book is added into the bookshelf of the user or not, and if not, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
In an alternative embodiment, the program 310 specifically causes the processor 302 to perform the following operations: and judging whether the sliding operation frequency of the audio book content list in a preset time period before the triggering time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to the preset sliding frequency, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
In an alternative embodiment, program 310 further causes processor 302 to: automatically refreshing a playing page, and presenting a playing window of a first audio book in a first area of the refreshed playing page; and presenting a voiced book content list containing at least one second voiced book in a second area of the refreshed playing page.
In an alternative embodiment, program 310 further causes processor 302 to: and reducing the playing window of the first audio book to a first area of the playing page, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the playing page.
In an alternative embodiment, program 310 further causes processor 302 to:
creating a layer on a playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of the layer, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the layer.
In an alternative embodiment, the program 310 specifically causes the processor 302 to perform the following operations: and presenting a playing window containing the user interaction elements of the first audio book in a first area of the playing page, wherein the playing window does not contain non-user interaction elements.
In an alternative embodiment, the user interaction element comprises one or more of the following elements: a play button, a close button, a next button, a previous button, a pause button, a download button, a share button, and a progress bar;
the non-user interaction elements include: book covers, book names, and/or book profiles.
In an alternative embodiment, program 310 also causes processor 302 to: monitoring user playing operation of any second audio book in the audio book content list in the playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the second audio book in the playing page.
In an alternative embodiment, program 310 further causes processor 302 to: acquiring trigger time corresponding to the pause operation;
inquiring historical pause operation records to obtain trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation;
and determining whether at least one historical pause operation with trigger time earlier than the pause operation occurs within a preset time period according to the trigger time corresponding to the pause operation and the trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation.
In an alternative embodiment, the historical pause operation record comprises: trigger time corresponding to historical pause operation and playing time length of the targeted audio book.
The algorithms or displays presented herein are not inherently related to any particular computer, virtual system, or other apparatus. Various general purpose systems may also be used with the teachings herein. The required structure for constructing such a system will be apparent from the description above. In addition, embodiments of the present invention are not directed to any particular programming language. It is appreciated that a variety of programming languages may be used to implement the teachings of the present invention as described herein, and any descriptions of specific languages are provided above to disclose the best mode of the invention.
In the description provided herein, numerous specific details are set forth. It is understood, however, that embodiments of the invention may be practiced without these specific details. In some instances, well-known methods, structures and techniques have not been shown in detail in order not to obscure an understanding of this description.
Similarly, it should be appreciated that in the foregoing description of exemplary embodiments of the invention, various features of the embodiments of the invention are sometimes grouped together in a single embodiment, figure, or description thereof for the purpose of streamlining the invention and aiding in the understanding of one or more of the various inventive aspects. However, the disclosed method should not be interpreted as reflecting an intention that: that the invention as claimed requires more features than are expressly recited in each claim. Rather, as the following claims reflect, inventive aspects lie in less than all features of a single foregoing disclosed embodiment. Thus, the claims following the detailed description are hereby expressly incorporated into this detailed description, with each claim standing on its own as a separate embodiment of this invention.
Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the modules in the device in an embodiment may be adaptively changed and disposed in one or more devices different from the embodiment. The modules or units or components of the embodiments may be combined into one module or unit or component, and furthermore they may be divided into a plurality of sub-modules or sub-units or sub-components. All of the features disclosed in this specification (including any accompanying claims, abstract and drawings), and all of the processes or elements of any method or apparatus so disclosed, may be combined in any combination, except combinations where at least some of such features and/or processes or elements are mutually exclusive. Each feature disclosed in this specification (including any accompanying claims, abstract and drawings) may be replaced by alternative features serving the same, equivalent or similar purpose, unless expressly stated otherwise.
Furthermore, those skilled in the art will appreciate that while some embodiments herein include some features included in other embodiments, rather than other features, combinations of features of different embodiments are meant to be within the scope of the invention and form different embodiments. For example, in the following claims, any of the claimed embodiments may be used in any combination.
The various component embodiments of the invention may be implemented in hardware, or in software modules running on one or more processors, or in a combination thereof. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that a microprocessor or Digital Signal Processor (DSP) may be used in practice to implement some or all of the functionality of some or all of the components according to embodiments of the present invention. The present invention may also be embodied as apparatus or device programs (e.g., computer programs and computer program products) for performing a portion or all of the methods described herein. Such programs implementing the present invention may be stored on computer-readable media or may be in the form of one or more signals. Such a signal may be downloaded from an internet website or provided on a carrier signal or in any other form.
It should be noted that the above-mentioned embodiments illustrate rather than limit the invention, and that those skilled in the art will be able to design alternative embodiments without departing from the scope of the appended claims. In the claims, any reference signs placed between parentheses shall not be construed as limiting the claim. The word "comprising" does not exclude the presence of elements or steps not listed in a claim. The word "a" or "an" preceding an element does not exclude the presence of a plurality of such elements. The invention may be implemented by means of hardware comprising several distinct elements, and by means of a suitably programmed computer. In the unit claims enumerating several means, several of these means may be embodied by one and the same item of hardware. The usage of the words first, second and third, etcetera do not indicate any ordering. These words may be interpreted as names. The steps in the above embodiments should not be construed as limiting the order of execution unless specified otherwise.

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1. A content distribution method based on a playing page comprises the following steps:
monitoring pause operation triggered by a user on a first audio book currently played in a playing page;
judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of a playing page; presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page;
the specific steps of the playing window for presenting the first audio book in the first area of the playing page are as follows: and presenting a playing window containing the user interaction elements of the first audio book in a first area of a playing page, wherein the playing window does not contain non-user interaction elements.
2. The method of claim 1, wherein determining whether the user is an immersive user specifically comprises:
and judging whether the user is an immersion user or not according to the pause operation and the historical pause operation within the preset time period.
3. The method of claim 2, wherein the determining whether the user is an immersive user according to the pause operation and the historical pause operation within the preset time period further comprises:
and judging whether at least one historical pause operation with the trigger time earlier than that of the pause operation occurs within a preset time period, wherein the playing time of the audio book aimed at by the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation is less than or equal to a preset time, and if so, judging that the user is not an immersive user.
4. The method of claim 1, wherein determining whether the user is an immersive user specifically comprises:
and judging whether the closing number of the audio books in a preset time period before the trigger time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to the preset closing number, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
5. The method of claim 1, wherein determining whether the user is an immersive user specifically comprises:
and judging whether the first audio book is added into a bookshelf of the user or not, and if not, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
6. The method of claim 1, wherein determining whether the user is an immersive user specifically comprises:
and judging whether the sliding operation frequency of the audio book content list in a preset time period before the triggering time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to a preset sliding frequency, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
7. The method of any one of claims 1-6, wherein presenting the playback window of the first audio book in a first region of a playback page and presenting the list of audio book contents containing at least a second audio book in a second region of the playback page further comprises:
automatically refreshing the playing page, and presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of the refreshed playing page; and presenting a voiced book content list containing at least one second voiced book in a second area of the refreshed playing page.
8. The method of any one of claims 1-6, wherein presenting the playback window of the first audio book in a first region of a playback page and presenting the list of audio book contents containing at least a second audio book in a second region of the playback page further comprises:
and reducing the playing window of the first audio book to a first area of the playing page, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the playing page.
9. The method of any one of claims 1-6, wherein presenting the playback window of the first audio book in a first region of a playback page and presenting the list of audio book contents containing at least a second audio book in a second region of the playback page further comprises:
creating a layer on a playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of the layer, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the layer.
10. The method of claim 1, wherein the user interaction element comprises one or more of the following elements: a play button, a close button, a next button, a previous button, a pause button, a download button, a share button, and a progress bar;
the non-user interaction elements include: book covers, book names, and/or book profiles.
11. The method of any of claims 1-6, wherein the method further comprises:
monitoring user playing operation of any second audio book in the audio book content list in the playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the second audio book in a playing page.
12. The method of claim 3, wherein the determining whether at least one historical pause operation occurs within a preset time period with a trigger time earlier than the pause operation further comprises:
acquiring trigger time corresponding to the pause operation;
inquiring historical pause operation records to obtain trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation;
and determining whether at least one historical pause operation with trigger time earlier than the pause operation occurs within a preset time period according to the trigger time corresponding to the pause operation and the trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation.
13. The method of claim 12, wherein the historical pause operation record comprises: trigger time corresponding to historical pause operation and playing time length of the targeted audio book.
14. A computing device, comprising: the system comprises a processor, a memory, a communication interface and a communication bus, wherein the processor, the memory and the communication interface complete mutual communication through the communication bus;
the memory is configured to store at least one executable instruction that causes the processor to:
monitoring pause operation triggered by a user on a first audio book currently played in a playing page;
judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of a playing page; presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page;
wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and presenting a playing window containing the user interaction elements of the first audio book in a first area of a playing page, wherein the playing window does not contain non-user interaction elements.
15. The computing device of claim 14, wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the user is an immersion user or not according to the pause operation and the historical pause operation within the preset time period.
16. The computing device of claim 15, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to: and judging whether at least one historical pause operation with the trigger time earlier than that of the pause operation occurs within a preset time period, wherein the playing time of the audio book aimed at by the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation is less than or equal to a preset time, and if so, judging that the user is not an immersive user.
17. The computing device of claim 14, wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the closing number of the audio books in a preset time period before the trigger time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to the preset closing number, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
18. The computing device of claim 14, wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the first audio book is added into a bookshelf of the user or not, and if not, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
19. The computing device of claim 14, wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the sliding operation frequency of the audio book content list in a preset time period before the triggering time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to a preset sliding frequency, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
20. The computing device of any of claims 14-19, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
automatically refreshing the playing page, and presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of the refreshed playing page; and presenting a voiced book content list containing at least one second voiced book in a second area of the refreshed playing page.
21. The computing device of any of claims 14-19, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to: and reducing the playing window of the first audio book to a first area of the playing page, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the playing page.
22. The computing device of any of claims 14-19, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
creating a layer on a playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of the layer, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the layer.
23. The computing device of claim 14, wherein the user interaction element includes one or more of the following elements: a play button, a close button, a next button, a previous button, a pause button, a download button, a share button, and a progress bar;
the non-user interaction elements include: book covers, book names, and/or book profiles.
24. The computing device of any of claims 14-19, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
monitoring user playing operation of any second audio book in the audio book content list in the playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the second audio book in a playing page.
25. The computing device of any of claims 14-19, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
acquiring trigger time corresponding to the pause operation;
inquiring historical pause operation records to obtain trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation;
and determining whether at least one historical pause operation with trigger time earlier than the pause operation occurs within a preset time period according to the trigger time corresponding to the pause operation and the trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation.
26. The computing device of claim 25, wherein the historical pause operation record includes: trigger time corresponding to historical pause operation and playing time length of the targeted audio book.
27. A computer storage medium having at least one executable instruction stored therein, the executable instruction causing a processor to:
monitoring pause operation triggered by a user on a first audio book currently played in a playing page;
judging whether the user is an immersion user or not, and if the user is not the immersion user, presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of a playing page; presenting a sound book content list containing at least one second sound book in a second area of the playing page;
wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and presenting a playing window containing the user interaction elements of the first audio book in a first area of a playing page, wherein the playing window does not contain non-user interaction elements.
28. The computer storage medium of claim 27, wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the user is an immersion user or not according to the pause operation and the historical pause operation within the preset time period.
29. The computer storage medium of claim 28, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
and judging whether at least one historical pause operation with the trigger time earlier than that of the pause operation occurs within a preset time period, wherein the playing time of the audio book aimed at by the pause operation and the at least one historical pause operation is less than or equal to a preset time, and if so, judging that the user is not an immersive user.
30. The computer storage medium of claim 27, wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the closing number of the audio books in a preset time period before the trigger time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to the preset closing number, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
31. The computer storage medium of claim 27, wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the first audio book is added into a bookshelf of the user or not, and if not, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
32. The computer storage medium of claim 27, wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to: and judging whether the sliding operation frequency of the audio book content list in a preset time period before the triggering time of the pause operation is greater than or equal to a preset sliding frequency, if so, judging that the user is not an immersion user.
33. The computer storage medium of any of claims 27-32, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
automatically refreshing the playing page, and presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of the refreshed playing page; and presenting a voiced book content list containing at least one second voiced book in a second area of the refreshed playing page.
34. The computer storage medium of any of claims 27-32, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
and reducing the playing window of the first audio book to a first area of the playing page, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the playing page.
35. The computer storage medium of any of claims 27-32, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to:
creating a layer on a playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the first audio book in a first area of the layer, and presenting an audio book content list containing at least one second audio book in a second area of the layer.
36. The computer storage medium of claim 27, wherein the user interaction element comprises one or more of: a play button, a close button, a next button, a previous button, a pause button, a download button, a share button, and a progress bar;
the non-user interaction elements include: book covers, book names, and/or book profiles.
37. The computer storage medium of any of claims 27-32, wherein the executable instructions further cause the processor to: monitoring user playing operation of any second audio book in the audio book content list in the playing page;
and presenting a playing window of the second audio book in a playing page.
38. The computer storage medium of claim 29, wherein the executable instructions specifically cause the processor to:
acquiring trigger time corresponding to the pause operation;
inquiring historical pause operation records to obtain trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation;
and determining whether at least one historical pause operation with trigger time earlier than the pause operation occurs within a preset time period according to the trigger time corresponding to the pause operation and the trigger time corresponding to the historical pause operation.
39. The computer storage medium of claim 38, wherein the historical pause operation record comprises: trigger time corresponding to historical pause operation and playing time length of the targeted audio book.
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