TWI488051B - Media data sharing method - Google Patents

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TWI488051B
TWI488051B TW102130649A TW102130649A TWI488051B TW I488051 B TWI488051 B TW I488051B TW 102130649 A TW102130649 A TW 102130649A TW 102130649 A TW102130649 A TW 102130649A TW I488051 B TWI488051 B TW I488051B
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Media data sharing method

The invention relates to a media data sharing method for use in a screen electronic device.

With the rapid development of electronic technology, various portable electronic products have greatly enriched the consumer market and satisfied people's multi-faceted work and entertainment needs. For example, mobile phones, mobile Internet devices (MIDs), personal digital assistants (PDAs), e-books, digital photo frames, digital walkmans, electronic dictionaries, global positioning system navigation machines (Global Positioning System) Navigator, GPS Navigator). In addition to the reduction in size and the improvement of external aesthetics, consumers will also use the convenience of use as a reference for selecting portable electronic products.

In daily life, electronic device users often use electronic devices to take pictures, photograph, view images, and listen to music. In addition, if you have a good image or music, you may want to share it with your friends and family. One of the traditional methods of sharing is to establish a connection between two electronic devices via Bluetooth or infrared and then transmit it. This method is slow and inconvenient. Another way is to upload the data to the server, and then tell the object to be shared by the URL of the stored data, and let the other party download the Internet by itself; the URL usually has a considerable length, and it is difficult to quickly and easily let the other party know. On the other hand, for some electronic devices, because of the limited performance of the processor or the function of the input module, it is impossible to achieve data sharing through the application.

The main purpose of the present invention is to provide a media data sharing method for use by a screen electronic device to increase the convenience of media data sharing.

The media data sharing method includes: (1A) transmitting media data to the server; (1B) receiving a quick response code (Quick Response Code, QR generated by the server) Code), wherein the content of the fast response matrix code includes a Universal Resource Locator (URL), and the unified positioning address points to the media data stored in the temporary storage space of the server; (1C) according to the received fast response matrix The code transmits the receipt confirmation message to the server, and starts the first time; (1D) displays the fast response matrix code on the screen of the electronic device; and (1E) removes the quick response matrix code and removes after the first time At least one of the stored media materials.

The step (1E) further includes: after the first time, removing the quick response matrix code and removing one of the stored media data, and after the second time, removing the quick response matrix code and removing the The other of the stored media materials. The media material contains image data, and the step (1D) includes displaying the media data at the same time, the remaining time from the first time, and the quick response matrix code.

The media material contains at least two files. In an embodiment, the step (1B) includes: (1B-1) causing the server to store the media data in the temporary storage space; (1B-2) causing the server to generate the unified positioning address to point to the file in the temporary storage space; 1B-3) causing the server to generate a fast response matrix code containing the uniform positioning address; and (1B-4) causing the server to transmit the fast response matrix code while starting the second time. In another embodiment, the step (1B) includes: (1B-1) causing the server to store the media data in the temporary storage space; (1B-2) causing the server to generate the plurality of unified positioning addresses respectively pointing into the temporary storage space. (1B-3) causes the server to generate a plurality of fast response matrix codes respectively containing the contents of the unified positioning address; and (1B-4) causes the server to transmit the fast response matrix code while starting the second time. The step (1E) further includes: after the second time, the server first removes the stored media data and the unified positioning address to the temporary space to the electronic device and then removes the fast response matrix code.

In another embodiment, the media data sharing method includes the following steps: (7A) transmitting media data to the server; (7B) receiving the media data generated by the server in response to the media data, wherein the media data includes media data And a fast response matrix code, wherein the content of the fast response matrix code comprises a unified positioning address, the unified positioning address points to the media data stored in the temporary storage space of the server; and (7C) displays the fast response matrix code on the screen of the electronic device .

Step (7B) includes: (7B-1) causing the server to store the media data in the temporary storage space; (7B-2) causing the server to generate the unified positioning address to point to the file in the temporary storage space; (7B-3) The server generates a fast response matrix code containing a uniform positioning address; (7B-4) causes the server to generate a media data, wherein the media data includes media data and a quick response matrix code; and (7B-5) The server transmits the media data. The media material contains image data, and the step (7B-4) includes annotating the quick response matrix code in the Exchangeable image file format (EXIF) field of the media material to generate the supplemental media data.

The media data sharing method is further included after the step (7B): (7i) transmitting the receipt confirmation message to the server according to the received media data, so that the server starts the second time; or according to the received fast response matrix code Send the receipt confirmation message to the server and start the first time. The media data sharing method further comprises: (7D) causing the server to remove the media data after the second time; or after the second time, causing the server to remove the pointing of the unified positioning address to the media data stored in the temporary storage space . The media material contains image data, and step (7C) includes displaying the media data at the same time, the remaining time from the first time, and the quick response matrix code.

In another embodiment, the electronic device pre-stores a plurality of fast response matrix codes and corresponding plurality of identification codes, and the content of each fast response matrix code includes a unified positioning address, and the media data sharing method comprises the following steps: 15A) assigning one of the identification codes to the media material; (15B) transmitting the media data and the designated identification code to the server; (15C) receiving the activation confirmation information generated by the server according to the media data and the designated identification code; (15D) displaying a quick response matrix code corresponding to the designated identification code on the screen of the electronic device.

Step (15C) includes: (15C-1) causing the server to store the media data in the temporary storage space; (15C-2) causing the server to include the unified positioning address of the content of the fast response matrix code corresponding to the designated identification code Point to the media data in the scratch space; and (15C-3) cause the server to transmit the startup confirmation message and start the second time. The media data sharing method further includes: (15F) causing the server to remove the media data after the second time; or after the second time, causing the server to remove the pointing of the unified positioning address to the media data stored in the temporary storage space .

The media data sharing method is further included after the step (15D): (15E) the electronic device starts at the same time for the first time; and after the first time, the fast response matrix code is hidden. The media material contains image data, and step (15D) includes displaying the media data simultaneously, the time remaining from the first time, and the quick response matrix code.

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1 is a schematic flowchart of a preferred embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 2 is a schematic diagram of an embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 3A and FIG. 3B are schematic diagrams showing an embodiment of a method for sharing a plurality of files in a media data sharing method according to the present invention; FIG. 4A, FIG. 4B and FIG. 4C are diagrams showing an embodiment of the method for generating media data in the media data sharing method of the present invention; FIG. 5A and FIG. 5B are diagrams showing that the media data sharing method in the present invention prestores a plurality of electronic devices. Schematic diagram of an embodiment of a fast response matrix code.

The display method of the present invention is for use with an electronic device having a screen. The electronic device is preferably portable, such as but not limited to a mobile phone, a mobile network device, a personal digital assistant, an e-book, a digital photo frame, a digital walkman, an electronic dictionary, a GPS navigation machine, a notebook computer, a tablet Computer, etc.

As shown in the preferred embodiment of FIG. 1, the media material sharing method of the present invention includes, for example, the following steps.

In step 1010, the media data is transmitted to the server. Specifically, it is preferred that the user of the electronic device selects the media data sharing function in the operation menu of the electronic device and selects the media material to be shared. The electronic device can establish a connection with the server through mobile data communication, wireless or wired internet communication, and the media data selected by the user to the server. Among them, the media data is a general index image or sound data, and preferably a digital photo.

Step 1030: Receive a Quick Response Code (QR Code) generated by the server, where the content of the fast response matrix code includes a Universal Resource Locator (URL), and the unified positioning address points to the server. Media data stored in the temporary storage space. Specifically, after receiving the media data transmitted by the electronic device, the server stores the media data in the temporary storage space, and generates a unified positioning address to point to the media data in the temporary storage space and the content includes a quick response of the unified positioning address. The matrix code is then passed back to the electronic device.

Step 1050: Send a receipt confirmation message according to the received fast response matrix code. The information is sent to the server and the first time is counted. Specifically, after receiving the fast response matrix code sent by the server, the electronic device starts the first time and transmits a confirmation message to the server, so that the server can confirm that the electronic device has received the fast. Response matrix code and time of receipt. The quick response matrix code may be temporarily stored in a random access memory (RAM) of the electronic device or a storage device (such as a built-in memory, a hard disk, or a memory card) stored in the electronic device.

Step 1070: Display a fast response matrix code on the screen of the electronic device. Specifically, the quick response matrix code 200 is displayed on the screen 300 of the electronic device 100 as shown in FIG. At this time, the user can display the electronic device 100 to another person, and the other person can read the quick response matrix code 200 displayed by the electronic device 100 through another electronic device, thereby obtaining the temporary storage space of the server pointing to the storage media data. Unify the address and link to this scratch space to download the media. In this way, users can share media materials to others, effectively improving convenience.

Step 1090: After the first time, remove the quick response matrix code and remove at least one of the stored media materials. Specifically, after the first time, the electronic device may delete the fast response matrix code from the random access memory and/or the storage device, or at least continue to display the fast response matrix code on the screen; the server may also delete The media materials it stores. Observing from different angles, even if the quick response matrix code is removed, even if the unified positioning address of the temporary storage space of the server storing the media data cannot be obtained continuously, there is no unified positioning address, and naturally, the temporary storage space cannot be connected to the temporary storage space. Download the media material. The server deletes the stored media data so that the media data cannot be continuously obtained from the server, regardless of whether a fast response matrix code or a unified positioning address has been obtained. In this way, the security of the media data can be protected and the server space can be reduced.

As shown in FIG. 2, in the preferred embodiment, the screen 300 of the electronic device 100 simultaneously displays the digital photo 400 as the media material, the remaining time 600 from the first time, and the quick response matrix code 200. In this way, when sharing the media data, the user can confirm whether the quick response matrix code correctly corresponds to the media material to be shared, and can easily know how much time is available to share the media data. However, in various embodiments, the quick response matrix code 200 can be displayed separately or in conjunction with one of the media material 400 and the remaining time 600 of the first time. Digital photo 400, the remaining time 600 from the first time and the quick response matrix code 200 on the screen The display position and size on the 300 can also be adjusted according to the design or usage requirements.

In a different embodiment, step 1090 further includes: after the first time, removing the quick response matrix code and removing one of the stored media data, and then removing the fast response matrix code after the second time. And remove the other of the stored media materials. More specifically, the removal of the quick response matrix code and the stored media data is not limited to simultaneous, and may be performed sequentially according to the requirements. For example, in the foregoing step 1050, after receiving the fast response matrix code sent by the server, the electronic device starts the first time and transmits a receipt confirmation message to the server. However, if the server does not receive the acknowledgement message due to communication interruption and other factors, the first time cannot be counted. As a result, the server will not delete the stored media data after the first time. In contrast, if the server receives the receipt confirmation message transmitted by the electronic device, and deletes the stored media data after the second time, the above situation can be avoided. The second time can be started simultaneously when the server transmits the fast response matrix code.

In actual use, the media material that the user wants to share may contain at least two files, that is, the user may wish to select multiple files to share with others at one time. As shown in FIG. 3A, step 1030 includes: Step 1031, the server stores the media data in the temporary storage space; Step 1033, the server generates the unified positioning address to point to the file in the temporary storage space; Step 1035, The server generates a fast response matrix code containing the unified positioning address; and step 1037 causes the server to transmit the fast response matrix code while starting the second time. Specifically, in this embodiment, multiple files that the user wants to share are stored in the same temporary storage space, and a unified positioning address points to the temporary storage space, and the server only generates one content including the unified positioning address. Quick response matrix code. Others only need to read the quick response matrix code, and then connect to the temporary storage space through the unified positioning address to download multiple files that the user wants to share. The step 1090 further includes: after the second time, the server first removes the stored media data and the location of the unified positioning address to the temporary storage space, and the electronic device removes the fast response matrix code.

However, in the different embodiment shown in FIG. 3B, step 1030 includes: step 1032, causing the server to store the media data in the temporary storage space; and step 1034, causing the server to generate a plurality of unified positioning addresses respectively pointing to the temporary storage space. Some files; step 1036, causing the server to generate a plurality of quick response matrix codes respectively containing the contents of the unified positioning address; and step 1038, Causes the server to transmit a fast response matrix code while counting the second time. Specifically, in this embodiment, multiple files that the user wants to share can be stored in the same or different temporary storage space, and a separate unified positioning address points to each file, and the server generates multiple quick responses. The matrix code, each fast response matrix code respectively contains a unified positioning address corresponding to the file pointed to by it. The user can display the quick response matrix code corresponding to the file to be downloaded according to the requirement of the user, and the other person only needs to read the fast response matrix code, and the unified positioning address can be connected to the temporary storage space to download the corresponding corresponding to the fast response matrix code. Single file. For example, as shown in FIG. 2, only one set of corresponding digital photo 400, the remaining time 600 of the first time, and the quick response matrix code 200 may be displayed at a time, and multiple sets of corresponding digital photos may be displayed at one time as shown in FIG. 3C ( 400`, 400``, 400```, 400*, 400**), the remaining time of the first time (600`, 600``, 600```, 600*, 600**) and quick response Matrix code (200`, 200``, 200```, 200*, 200**). Step 1090 further includes, after the second time, the server first removes the stored media data and the location of the unified positioning address to the temporary storage space, and the electronic device removes the fast response matrix code.

As shown in different embodiments of FIG. 4A, the media material sharing method of the present invention includes, for example, the following steps.

In step 3010, the media data is transmitted to the server.

Step 3030: Receive a media data generated by the server according to the media data, where the media data includes media data and a quick response matrix code, wherein the content of the fast response matrix code includes a unified positioning address, and the unified positioning address points to the servo. Media data stored in the temporary storage space of the device.

Step 3050, displaying a fast response matrix code on the screen of the electronic device.

Step 3030 preferably includes: step 3031, the server stores the media data in the temporary storage space; in step 3033, the server generates the unified positioning address to point to the file in the temporary storage space; and step 3035, the server generates the content including the unified positioning. The quick response matrix code of the address; in step 3037, the server generates the refill media data, wherein the refill media data includes the media data and the quick response matrix code; and step 3039, the server transmits the refill media data.

Specifically, in this embodiment, in addition to storing the media data, generating the unified positioning address, and generating the fast response matrix code, the server further generates the refilling media data including the media data and the quick response matrix code, and transmits the media data. Give electronic devices. In other words, servo The device transmits the electronic device to the electronic device instead of the simple quick response matrix code, but the quick response matrix code is used as the media data for the combination of the object and the media data. In a preferred embodiment, the media material includes image data, and step 3037 includes annotating the quick response matrix code in the Exchangeable image file format (EXIF) field of the media material to generate the posted media material. The user can use the electronic device to read and add the media data, and then display the quick response matrix code on the screen, and the other person only needs to read the quick response matrix code through another electronic device, and then can connect to the temporary storage through the unified positioning address. Space to download the original media material or to add media materials. In this embodiment, since the quick response matrix code is directly included in the posted media material, it is possible to avoid re-operation of the entire process to share the media material due to the unexpected disappearance of the quick response matrix code. On the other hand, if others download the media data, they can further share the media data to a third person, which can increase the liquidity of the media materials that the user wants to share.

In the embodiment shown in FIG. 4B, the media data sharing method further includes a step 3041 of transmitting a receipt confirmation message to the server according to the received charging media data, so that the server starts the second time. The media data sharing method further includes causing the server to remove the media data after the second time; or after the second time, causing the server to remove the pointing of the unified positioning address to the media data stored in the temporary storage space. In this way, the security of the media data can be protected and the server space can be reduced.

In the embodiment shown in FIG. 4C, the media data sharing method further includes a step 3042 of transmitting a receipt confirmation message to the server according to the received fast response matrix code, and starting the first time. The media material contains image data, and step 3050 includes displaying the media material simultaneously, the time remaining from the first time, and the quick response matrix code. In this way, when sharing the media data, the user can confirm whether the quick response matrix code correctly corresponds to the media material to be shared, and can easily know how much time is available to share the media data.

In various embodiments, the electronic device may pre-store a plurality of fast response matrix codes and corresponding plurality of identification codes, and the content of each fast response matrix code includes a unified positioning address. Among them, because the fast response matrix is pre-stored in the electronic device, rather than being transmitted to the electronic device after the server is generated, the amount of data transferred can be saved and the burden of the server operation can be reduced. More specifically, as shown in FIG. 5A, the media material sharing method of the present invention includes, for example, the following steps.

In step 5010, one of the identification codes is assigned to the media material. Preferably, the user of the electronic device selects the media data sharing function in the operation menu of the electronic device, selects the media data to be shared, and assigns one of the identification codes to the media data. However, the electronic device may also sequentially or randomly assign one of the plurality of identification codes to the media data.

In step 5030, the media data and the assigned identification code are transmitted to the server.

Step 5050: Receive activation confirmation information generated by the server according to the media data and the designated identification code.

Step 5070: Display a fast response matrix code corresponding to the designated identification code on the screen of the electronic device.

In the embodiment shown in FIG. 5A, the media data sharing method further includes a step 5091, after which the electronic device starts the first time at the same time; and after the first time, the fast response matrix code is hidden. The media data preferably includes image data, and step 5070 preferably displays the media data, the remaining time from the first time, and the quick response matrix code, so that the user can confirm whether the quick response matrix code is correct when sharing the media data. Corresponding to the media materials to be shared, and it is convenient to know how much time is left to share media materials.

As shown in FIG. 5B, step 5030 preferably includes: step 5031, the server stores the media data in the temporary storage space; and step 5033, the server includes the content of the fast response matrix code corresponding to the designated identification code. The unified positioning address points to the media data in the temporary storage space; and in step 5035, the server transmits the startup confirmation information and starts the second time. The media data sharing method further includes a step 5092 of causing the server to remove the media material after the second time; or after the second time, causing the server to remove the pointing of the unified positioning address to the media data stored in the temporary storage space. In this way, the security of the media data can be protected and the server space can be reduced.

While the foregoing description of the preferred embodiments of the invention, the embodiments of the invention The spirit and scope of the principles of the invention. Modifications of many forms, structures, arrangements, ratios, materials, components and components can be made by those skilled in the art to which the invention pertains. Therefore, the embodiments disclosed herein should It is intended to be illustrative of the invention and not to limit the invention. The scope of the present invention is defined by the scope of the appended claims, and the legal equivalents thereof are not limited to the foregoing description.

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  1. A media data sharing method for use in a screen electronic device, comprising the steps of: (1A) transmitting a media data to a server; (1B) receiving a quick response matrix code generated by the server (Quick Response Code) , QR Code), wherein the content of the fast response matrix code includes a Universal Resource Locator (URL), the unified positioning address points to the media data stored in one of the temporary storage spaces of the server; (1C Transmitting a receipt confirmation message to the server according to the received fast response matrix code, and starting a first time; (1D) displaying the fast response matrix code on the screen of the electronic device; and (1E) passing After the first time, the quick response matrix code is removed and at least one of the stored media materials is removed.
  2. The media data sharing method of claim 1, wherein the media data comprises at least two files, and the step (1B) comprises: (1B-1) causing the server to store the media data in a temporary storage space; (1B- 2) causing the server to generate a unified positioning address to point to the files in the temporary storage space; (1B-3) causing the server to generate a fast response matrix code containing the unified positioning address; and (1B) -4) causing the server to transmit the fast response matrix code while counting a second time.
  3. The media data sharing method of claim 1, wherein the media data comprises at least two files, and the step (1B) comprises: (1B-1) causing the server to store the media data in a temporary storage space; (1B- 2) causing the server to generate a plurality of unified positioning addresses respectively pointing to the temporary storage space The files (1B-3) cause the server to generate a plurality of fast response matrix codes respectively containing the contents of the unified positioning addresses; and (1B-4) causing the server to transmit the fast response matrix codes, At the same time, a second time is counted.
  4. The media data sharing method of claim 1, wherein (1E) further comprises: after the first time, removing the quick response matrix code and removing one of the stored media data, and then passing one After the second time, the quick response matrix code is removed and the other of the stored media materials is removed.
  5. The media data sharing method of claim 2 or 3, wherein (1E) further comprises: after the second time, the server first removes the stored media data and the unified positioning address The electronic device then removes the fast response matrix code.
  6. The media material sharing method of claim 1, wherein the media material comprises image data, and the step (1D) comprises simultaneously displaying the media material, the remaining time from the first time, and the quick response matrix code.
  7. A media data sharing method for use in a screen electronic device, comprising the steps of: (7A) transmitting a media data to a server; (7B) receiving a media data generated by the server in response to the media data The content of the fast response matrix code includes a Quick Response Code (QR Code), wherein the content of the quick response matrix code includes a Universal Resource Locator (URL), the unified The positioning address points to the media data stored in one of the temporary storage spaces of the server; and (7C) displays the fast response matrix code on the screen of the electronic device.
  8. The media data sharing method of claim 7, wherein the step (7B) comprises: (7B-1) causing the server to store the media data in a temporary storage space; (7B-2) causing the server to generate a unified positioning address to point to the files in the temporary storage space; (7B-3) causing the server to generate a fast response matrix code containing the unified positioning address; (7B-4) causing the server to generate a refill media material, wherein the refill media material includes the media material and the quick response matrix code; and (7B-5) causing the server to transmit the refill media material.
  9. The media data sharing method of claim 7, wherein the media data includes image data, and the step (7B-4) includes the note in the Exchangeable image file format (EXIF) field of the media data. Quickly respond to the matrix code to generate the posted media material.
  10. The media data sharing method as claimed in claim 7 is further included after the step (7B): (7i) transmitting a receipt confirmation message to the server according to the received media data, so that the server starts The second time.
  11. The media data sharing method of claim 7, further comprising after step (7B): (7C) transmitting a receipt confirmation message to the server according to the received fast response matrix code, and starting a first time .
  12. The media data sharing method of claim 10, further comprising: (7D) causing the server to remove the media material after the second time.
  13. The media data sharing method of claim 10, further comprising: (7D) after the second time, causing the server to remove the pointing of the media data stored by the unified positioning address in the temporary storage space.
  14. The media material sharing method of claim 11, wherein the media material comprises image data, and the step (7C) comprises simultaneously displaying the media material, the remaining time from the first time, and the quick response matrix code.
  15. A media data sharing method for use in a screen electronic device, wherein the electronic device Pre-stored a plurality of Quick Response Codes (QR Codes) and corresponding plurality of identification codes, and the content of each fast response matrix code includes a Universal Resource Locator (URL), the medium The data sharing method comprises the steps of: (15A) assigning one of the identification codes to a media material; (15B) transmitting the media data and specifying the identification code to a server; (15C) receiving a servo by the servo And (15D) displaying, on the screen of the electronic device, the quick response matrix code corresponding to the designated identification code, based on the media data and the activation confirmation information generated by the designated identification code.
  16. The media material sharing method of claim 15, wherein the step (15C) comprises: (15C-1) causing the server to store the media data in a temporary storage space; (15C-2) causing the server to be designated The content of the fast response matrix code corresponding to the identification code includes the unified positioning address pointing to the media data in the temporary storage space; and (15C-3) causing the server to transmit a startup confirmation message, and simultaneously counting one The second time.
  17. The media data sharing method of claim 16, further comprising: (15F) after the second time, causing the server to remove the media material.
  18. The media data sharing method of claim 16, further comprising: (15F) after the second time, causing the server to remove the pointing of the media data stored by the unified positioning address in the temporary storage space.
  19. The media data sharing method of claim 15, further comprising the step (15D): (15E) the electronic device simultaneously starts a first time; and after the first time, hiding the fast response matrix code.
  20. The media material sharing method of claim 19, wherein the media material includes image data, and the step (15D) comprises simultaneously displaying the media material, and the remaining time of the first time is And the fast response matrix code.
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