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- 1 Author(s)
- 2 Getting Started On A Harmonized Video Metadata Model
- 2.1 The Problem Space
- 2.2 Existing Video Metadata Archive Vocabularies
- 2.3 Compatibility Table
- 2.4 Other Compatibility Considerations
- 2.5 Suggested Core Elements
- 2.6 Other optional elements could include
- 3 See Also
- Lisa Rein - Bloqx, email@example.com
- Thomas Winningham
Getting Started On A Harmonized Video Metadata Model
The Problem Space
Currently, video objects are very hard to search for on the web. There a lack of a simple taxonomy for users to implement, and most of the technology used to derive meaning is basically dependent on what text is available from a corresponding web page.
With the emergence of video tools that both allow for some information to be embedded within the files themselves and/or prompt a user to enter such metadata before the file is generated, it is more important than ever to attempt to construct a core set of elements to facilitate metadata interoperability.
Perhaps a vocabulary based on the information that can be derived from the object itself, while also providing a framework for users to include additional data about a media object, if so desired, would be most useful.
This number one goal of this vocabulary would be to enable metadata compatibility between both existing and new types of services and applications. An element set that could be used by many different variations of metadata-based applications and services.
The idea is to create a practical, easy-to-use element set that can both be implemented quickly by software developers and archivists, while also being intuitive to artists, photographers, film makers etc. A metadata system that makes sense to artists will encourage them to become more involved and add more information about their works.
One starting point could be to begin with a dc-compatible subset that is already in use by numerous applications (and that, by definition, ensures compatibility with all W3C Metadata Formats), and build from there a larger framework capable of encompassing all media objects.
Every attempt should be made to be compatible with the following vocabularies, and, most likely, several others: Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language), Media RSS, and the Internet Archive's metadata format.
Existing Video Metadata Archive Vocabularies
Dublin Core Metadata Element Set
The Dublin Core metadata element set is a standard for cross-domain information resource description. Here an information resource is defined to be "anything that has identity". This is the definition used in Internet RFC 2396, "Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI): Generic Syntax", by Tim Berners-Lee et al. There are no fundamental restrictions to the types of resources to which Dublin Core metadata can be assigned.
Media RSS is a vocabulary for use with RSS 2.0s "enclosure" element to enable more detailed metadata to be included with media object syndication. (Note: You will need an enclosure-aware RSS reader to take advantage of the content within RSS 2.0 Enclosures. >br> FireANT http://www.antisnottv.net/?q=download is one such RSS reader.
SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language)
SMIL is a W3C Recommendation for an XML-based language for expressing the properties of largely web-based multimedia presentations. SMIL includes temporal behavior, methods for associating hyperlinks with a media object, and describing layout presentation on a screen.
(Scalable Vector Graphics SVG - note that it can be used to draw video boxes
OurMedia provides hosting for user generated media. OurMedia's metadata format conforms to the Internet Archive's metadata format.
The Showcase is an online media archive of streaming audio, video and web by individuals and organisations from around the UK and worldwide that was launched in 2003 and implements the SOMA metadata standard.
- Movie Database Metadata Format
The Internet Archive is an attempt at archiving everything on the web, and really, all text and documentation, whether or not it was ever meant to be on the web. The Moving Images archive provides users with the ability to upload their own films and associate some very simple metadata with the files to provide for better search.
MIDI Time Code (MTC), based on SMPTE Time Code
MIDI Time Code (MTC) is a low-level binary format spoken by many software packages and MIDI devices. From movie score composition and live theatrical events to home recording, this is in widespread use, and SMPTE is referenced by MPEG7. In order to do broadcast engineering, precise control over time, punch in/out, and cue points, are all a part of this specification.
Creative Commons provides a set of alternative copyright licenses and a metadata format for expressing the terms of those licenses.
TV-Anytime is a standard designed to support audio/video recording and video on demand. It is based on MPEG-7. It provides an extensive XML-based data model for the description of audio-visual content and the relationship between items of content. The metadata specification includes a genre classification scheme.
It is important that any newly-emerging video metadata format be compatible with the metadata formats already in extensive use within existing media archives.
Some of these, such as the Internet Archive's format, were designed to be compatible with the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, so compatibility is easy. Others use different names, but the models are similar, and so it is simple to do a one-to-one mapping between the varying elements.
|Bloqx Element||Description||Dublin Core||Media RSS||SMIL||Internet Archive|
|identifier||The URL of the movie (video object).||identifier||the "url" attribute of the "content" element||resource||link|
|title||The name of the movie.||title||title||title||title|
|creator||The creator of the movie.||creator||tbd||creator||creator|
|date||Date that the movie was created -- could also be date the movie was uploaded and made available via a URL. |
DCMI Best Practice to use the ISO 8601 profile for date format: YYYY-MM-DD.
|date||tbd||date||date (contains year eg: "2004"), also "publicdate" in the correct format. Our "date" seems that it is more compatible with "publicdate."|
|format||The format of the video file: Quicktime, Windows Media, MPEG, etc. (Mime type)||format||"type" attribute of the "content" element||format||format|
|rights||A URL for a text-based explanation of the movie's licensing terms.||rights||tbd||rights|
(contains text description rather than a url)
|subject||A set of keywords describing the topic of the movie.||subject||tbd||subject||subject|
|description||Provides a text-based description of the movie.||description||description||description||description|
Other Compatibility Considerations
It would be a good idea to consider designing our model to be compatible with most audio and still picture metadata formats, since it is likely that these types of objects would be generated and associated with the video objects we are describing. Also, one might want to compare the soundtrack information of a .mov file with that of an .mp3, etc.. For these reasons, it will be important to maintain one to one element relationships between the semantics of the different vocabularies whenever possible. Some of these formats include the Flickr, itunes, the Internet Archive's audio archive format.
The following is a list of the various elements that could be contained in a video metadata file.
At minimum, a metadata entry would contain the URL of the movie file (identifier), the date the URL was submitted (date), and the name of the person who submitted the metadata (uploader or creator).
The date and name can be added automatically, because, theoretically, a user would have to be logged in to enter metadata.
The below list represents one possible "core" subset of elements for more simple implementations. A more detailed description of elements is also provided after the list itself.
Suggested Core Elements
1. identifier (dc)
The URL of the movie file.
2. title (dc)
The title of the movie.
3. creator (dc)
The creator of the movie.
4. date (dc)
Date that the movie was uploaded (made available via a URL).
This value is automatically added when the metadata is initially entered into the service.
DCMI Recommended Best Practice is to use the ISO 8601 profile for date format: YYYY-MM-DD.
5. subject (dc)
A list of keywords describing the content of the movie. (This is where subject words of a formal classification scheme would be used.)
6. format (dc)
Format of the video file: Quicktime, Windows Media, etc. DCMI Recommended Best Practice is to use MIME type information.
7. rights (dc)
A URL to a text-based description of the movie's licensing terms.
8. description - used as a container for "abstract"
12. contributor (dc)
A person or organization who has contributed to the content of the resource.
13. rightsholder (dc)
A person or organization owning or managing rights over the resource. Recommended best practice is to use the URI or name of the Rights Holder to indicate the entity.
A SHA-1 Hash value for the file.
18. clip / time control
A portion of the playback, only. From SMIL 2.1: begin, dur, end, min, max, marker, clock-value, par, etc seeAlso: http://www.w3.org/TR/2005/REC-SMIL2-20051213/smil-timing.html
Other optional elements could include
- codec (Sorensen, etc.) - person - image (for that person) - director - producer - aspectradio - framerate - number of audio channels - sample rate