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*{http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/askjack/2008/01/which_mp3_player_is_best_for_c.html Discussion of labelling of classical works] (with links to further discussion and proposed standards)
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*[http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/askjack/2008/01/which_mp3_player_is_best_for_c.html Discussion of labelling of classical works], with links to further discussion and proposed standards, in particular:
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**[http://oakroadsystems.com/genl/itunes.htm Taming iTunes for Classical Music]

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Contents

Contributors

Audio Metadata Formats

XSPF

MusicBrainz XML

OGG Comment Specification

OGG Tagging

Bitmunk XML

AVI

AVI is a container format for Audio/Video formats.

References:

B4S

B4S is a playlist format.

References:

Creative Commons RDF

References:

Music Ontology

Extended M3U

References:

FLAC

Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)

iTunes RSS

References:

M3U

M3U is a playlist format.

References:

MKV/MKA

Matroska MKV/MKA are video and audio containers, respectively.

PLS

PLS is a playlist format.

References:

RTSP

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SMIL

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Speex

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WAX

WAX is an SGML-based playlist for that looks exactly like ASX and WVX, except that it can only reference to ASF or WMA, but NOT to WMV files.

References:

Id3

References:

See also

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