media-formats

(Difference between revisions)

Jump to: navigation, search
(Container and Metadeta Formats: ID3 links, Ogg Vorbis Comments and Ogg Vorbis XML/RDF draft link)
(Image Formats: link to baseline tiff tags)
Line 57: Line 57:
* JPEG
* JPEG
* PSD
* PSD
-
* TIFF (Tag Image File Format)
+
* [http://www.awaresystems.be/imaging/tiff/tifftags/baseline.html TIFF (Tag Image File Format) baseline tags]
===Container and Metadeta Formats===
===Container and Metadeta Formats===

Revision as of 04:44, 9 July 2006

Current Media Formats

This page serves to document a list of media file metadata schemas, formats, and efforts as background for the design of a simple media info microformat. Rather than attempting a comprehensive analysis of existing formats (like media-metadata-examples), the main aim of this document is to just list common formats along with associated metadata in the hopes that it helps pave the way for later analysis and brainstorming. Although some playlist/distribution formats are listed, ideally playlists would be treated as a seperate problem and handled elsewhere. (That problem being: how should one describe a collection of media?)


Contents


Contributors

See Also

Media File Formats

What follows is a pretty general list of media file formats in use on the internet. I haven't really listed much in the way of specific metadata formats or made a distinction between container formats and codecs. The idea is to start with common formats that people use and examine the user facing data that they provide. Hopefully this can be done without getting too bogged down in the nuts and bolts of each format. -Dean

Audio Formats

Video Formats

Image Formats

Container and Metadeta Formats

Distribution/Sydication Formats

Notes

The above list is just a brainstorm of existing media formats and, as such, is bound to contain some not-quite-so-useful examples. But hopefully it'll help reveal some common elements shared in currently published media and help reinvigorate media-info-brainstorming.

Next Steps

  1. A section for descriptive, data-only formats (MusicBrainz, etc.) or does that belong in media-info-examples?
  2. Add links to specifications for formats.
  3. Provide brief summaries of descriptive information provided by the formats with a focus on user visible information.
  4. Find the common ground.
media-formats was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Views