YouTube „Warp“: Neue Funktion zum direkten Teilen von Videos entdeckt

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Die Entwickler von YouTube arbeiten offenbar an einer neuen interessanten Funktion namens Warp, welche ganz offensichtlich zum Teilen von Videos gedacht ist. Hier werden Videos direkt über Wifi Direct geteilt, die Verbindung über Bluetooth hergestellt und ein physischer Kontakt beider Geräte muss offenbar auch bestehen. Noch ist nicht ganz klar, wie Warp final als Funktion aussehen wird, doch die zahlreiche Strings im Quellcode der aktuellen Version der YouTube-App für Android sind schon recht interessant. Video sollen über Warp privat und direkt miteinander geteilt werden, mehr klare Vorstellungen fehlen mir aber.

AndroidManifest.xml
<service android:enabled=“true“ android:exported=“false“ android:isolatedProcess=“false“ android:name=“com.google.android.apps.warp.WarpService“/>
strings.xml
<string name=“activity_quarkstore_contents_label“>Warp Data</string>
<string name=“activity_sharing_fail“>Pairing failed. Try again.</string>
<string name=“activity_sharing_timeout“>The other phone did not respond. Try again.</string>
<string name=“activity_warning_message“>Warp is experiencing bluetooth difficulties. Consider restarting bluetooth.</string>
<string name=“activity_dismiss“>Dismiss</string>
<string name=“activity_go_to_bluetooth_settings“>Go to Bluetooth Settings</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_hold_phones_together“>Hold your phones close together…</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_opening_connection“>Opening %s connection…</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_listening_for_connection“>Listening for connection…</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_got_connection“>Got %s connection!</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_warbling“>Warbling credentials…</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_warble_sent“>Warble sent!</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_listening_for_warble“>Listening for warble…</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_received_warble“>Received warble!</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_already_in_progress“>A share is already in progress. Wait for it to finish and try again.</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_user_canceled“>Share canceled : you changed the phone position.</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_no_items_to_share“>Nothing to share.</string>
<string name=“activity_direct_share_bt_enable_failed“>Unable to turn on bluetooth. Enable bluetooth in Settings and try again.</string>
<string name=“sending_video_has_started“>Transferring video</string>
<string name=“sending_video_success“>Video sent</string>
<string name=“receiving_video_has_started“>Video transferring</string>
<string name=“toast_bluetooth_is_off“>Warp is offline. Sync will not occur while Bluetooth is disabled. Turn Bluetooth on for Warp to sync.</string>
<string name=“toast_warning_no_audio“>The phone is mute. Turn up the volume and try again.</string>
<string name=“toast_warning_no_bluetooth“>Bluetooth is off. Turn on Bluetooth and try again.</string>
<string name=“notification_new_content“>Got new content!</string>
<string name=“notification_new_content_detail“>New content received over Warp</string>
<string name=“notification_direct_share“>Establishing connection…</string>
<string name=“notification_direct_share_detail“>Establishing connection for video transfer</string>
<string name=“notification_direct_share_received“>Direct share received!</string>
<string name=“notification_direct_share_received_detail“>Item saved to Downloads</string>
<string name=“gagdet_direct_share_button_description“>Direct Share Button</string>
<string name=“gagdet_settings_button_description“>Settings Button</string>
<string name=“menu_receive_offline“>Receive Offline (Warp)</string>
<string name=“share_offline_label“>Share Offline (Warp)</string>
<string name=“offline_transfer_tutorial_text“>Share this video without using the Internet. Just drop any offline video into another device.</string>
<string name=“warp_receive_success“><b>%1$s</b> has been transferred.</string>

Wie die Funktion ungefähr aussehen könnte, umgesetzt in einer animierten Grafik, zeigt das folgende Video:

[embedvideo id=“3Amudc0SAUo“ website=“youtube“]

(via Androidpolice)